Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary: Exalting Jesus in Ezra and Nehemiah
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Number of Pages: 261
Vendor: Holman Reference
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 X 0.75 (inches)|
Series: Christ Centered Exposition
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Beeson Divinity School of Samford University
There is nothing more helpful to a pastor than resources that are biblically faithful and pastorally applicable. The Christ-Centered Exposition series hits the bull's eye. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to understand the Scripture in its context in order to apply it in real life.
Lead pastor of The Journey, St. Louis
David Platt, Tony Akin, and Tony Merida have launched a series that will give a rising generation of pastors a tremendous resource for seeing how all the Scriptures prepare for and proclaim the ministry of Christ. The pastoral focus, the preaching tools and the redemptive insights make this a series of immediate use and great aid to pastors who want to equip their people to serve the Lord in the joyous power of the gospel rather than in the vain pressures of servile dread or slavish fear.
President Emeritus, Covenant Seminary and Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church
James Merrill Hamilton's contribution to the Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary series shines as a bright and clear star among all the books that seek to help explain Ezra and Nehemiah. Often overlooked or employed only when a church is undergoing a building program, Ezra-Nehemiah is treated like what is negatively termed the "fly-over" portion of the country - many are glad it is there but have no real reason or desire to visit. However, Hamilton's work shows that in these books dwell the heartland of the story of the exiled people of God. This is one commentary worth reading cover to cover and, as you do, you will smile as you see the Lord Jesus shining forth.
-Jason G. Duesing, Ph.D.,
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
We're looking forward to TGCW14, our women's conference, in which the plenary sessions will take us right through the book of Nehemiah with expositional teaching. What words would you have for both teachers and listeners as we all prepare?
Imitate Ezra and Nehemiah! Both men had a deep and rich understanding of earlier Scripture, of the Bible's big story and their place in it. Both men understood their role in the story. Both were men of prayer.
Read the Bible. Pray for God's help. Understand your role in the unfolding drama. Enjoy!
Kathleen Nielson serves as director of womens initiatives for The Gospel Coalition. She holds MA and PhD degrees in literature from Vanderbilt University and a BA from Wheaton College. Author of the Living Word Bible studies, she speaks often at womens conferences and loves working with women in studying the Bible. She shares a heart for students with her husband, Niel, president of Covenant College from 2002 to 2012 and now leading an enterprise developing resources for Christian schools around the world.
MackieVancouver, CanadaAge: 55-65Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary: Exalting Jesus in Ezra and NehemiahNovember 6, 2014MackieVancouver, CanadaAge: 55-65Gender: MaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5The content was certainly well thought out before being put into print. The integrity of the authorship in staying with making everything "Christ-Centered" cannot be mistaken. One cannot help but be impressed at the depth of knowledge and the merging of the facts of the times and characters.
No one who has read this book can hold themselves from recommending it to others.