Verse by Verse: The Four Gospels (2020)

Verse by Verse The Four Gospels Verse by Verse The Four Gospels is both an outstanding reference resource and a wonderful biographical account of the Savior s ministry In depth scripture commentary is supplemented with photos pain
  • Title: Verse by Verse: The Four Gospels
  • Author: D. Kelly Ogden Andrew C. Skinner
  • ISBN: 9781590385838
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Verse by Verse, The Four Gospels is both an outstanding reference resource and a wonderful biographical account of the Savior s ministry In depth scripture commentary is supplemented with photos, paintings, drawings, charts, maps, and other invaluable study helps There is something here for everyone You ll find a treasure trove of understanding to enrich your grasp of tVerse by Verse, The Four Gospels is both an outstanding reference resource and a wonderful biographical account of the Savior s ministry In depth scripture commentary is supplemented with photos, paintings, drawings, charts, maps, and other invaluable study helps There is something here for everyone You ll find a treasure trove of understanding to enrich your grasp of the Savior s teachings and deepen your appreciation for the priceless testimonies contained in the four Gospels.
    Teaching God s Word Verse By Verse Ministry International Verse by Verse Ministry International is a non profit, non denominational, unaffiliated Christian ministry that is dedicated to promoting the preaching and teaching of God s Word clearly and boldly. Verse by Verse Bible Commentary StudyLight To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources useful use our convenient contact form Verse by Verse Bible Commentary StudyLight Choose a book, chapter and verse to begin your Verse by Verse study of God s Word using the than commentaries available on StudyLight Verse by Verse Verse by Verse Previously in John Previously in John In Ch we saw Jesus turn water into wine In Ch we witnessed his dialog with Nicodemus In Ch we looked at Christ s conversation with the
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    1. I suppose the low rating is for four reasons.1 The author was my New Testament professor and I detested the class.2 Though this book is really most useful as a reference book, I was required to read it like a novel 3 I found this commentary to be full of irritating suppositions that come from the author s perception of the New Testament For instance, the claim that Jesus Christ was likely thinking about the Psalmist s valley of death while crossing the Kidron after leaving Gethsemane on the nig [...]

    2. For it being the first time reading the four gospels from the bible, I can honestly say that it was pretty interesting It gave me knowledge about God and why things occurred I don t have much background on the Bible but this reading really helped me The four gospels that we read are based off of the New Testament These gospels give us background and talk about Jesus Christ It talks about his life, death and resurrection of him They basically all talk about the same person and pretty much have a [...]

    3. Written from an LDS perspective, this is an absolutely marvelous study guide for the first four books of the New Testament It includes background materials, pictures, notes, and verse by verse commentary using sources ranging from early Christian historians to revelation from modern prophets I especially enjoyed the first chapter, The Foreordained Messiah Using the source materials previously mentioned, the author describes Jesus Christ s roles before his birth premortal god, creator, redeemer, [...]

    4. I LOVE this book my best book purchase in years I have been looking for a commentary like this since our trip to Israel in 2007 and was often frustrated Robert L Millet describes this book best This book reflects years of research and contains a wealth of information cultural, historical, and linguistic details combined with distinctive insights from the restored gospel It demonstrates learning from both the best books, learning by study and also by faith.

    5. This is the ONLY way to study the New Testament I learned and UNDERSTOOD the gospels studying with this book Kelly Ogden DKO was one of my Israel professors and he, and his family, actually lived in Israel for many years He even baptized most of his children in the Jordan River So he is someone who really understands the Holy Lands and made them come alive for me in this book.

    6. A birthday present from my hubby Its to supplement my reading of the New Testament this year LOVE IT At my current pace of 5 pages a day for every scripture study, I will have finished it and the New Testament by the end of the year Wahoo

    7. Incredibly helpful book in synthesizing a point of view I love reading this alongside my Bible, as it does a great job pulling in disparate elements, historical, as well as other languages It s accessible than a concordance Less complete, but that s not a criticism.

    8. Well organized book I really liked the examples and stories in it that help one understand the NT better.

    9. I read this as a commentary companion to the New Testament We used the chronology guide found in Bible Dictionary as the method of reading all the gospels simultaneously.

    10. This book was a perfect commentary to read along with the New Testament It added history insights which were very helpful.

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