Matthew : 21st Century Biblical Commentary Hardback
The King Is Coming
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Matthew : 21st Century Biblical Commentary
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Matthew, the tax collector turned disciple, writes to Jewish believers and unbelievers alike. For the believers, he emphasizes the legitimacy of Jesus as the long-awaited Jewish Messiah. For the unbelievers, he portrays the One who is the Savior of all people everywhere. His arguments are cogent, his style is vibrant, and his portrayal of Christ is magnificent.
He explains the character and nature of the ministry of John the Baptist as the last of the prophets. He takes us to Caesarea Philippi, a Gentile area, where Jesus announces that He will build His church, and then he lets us listen as the risen Savior challenges His disciples to go . . . and make disciples of all the nations (28:1820). Charles Spurgeon said it best when he proclaimed, Come just as you are, all guilty, empty, meritless and fall before the great King. And see if He will cast you away. Jesus is ready to pardon you . . . never tolerate low thoughts of Him. You may study, look and meditate, but Jesus is a greater Savior than you think Him to be, even when your thoughts are at their highest.
Matthew : 21st Century Biblical Commentary by Hindson & Borland was published by AGM Publishers in August 2007 and is our 43687th best seller. The ISBN for Matthew : 21st Century Biblical Commentary is 9780899578231.
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|Author / Artist||Hindson & Borland|
|Publisher||AGM Publishers (August 2007)|
|Number of Pages||275|
|Page last updated||4th October 2017|