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Christian Workers Commentary on the Old and New Testaments, Arranged in Sections With Questions for Use in Family Altars and in Adult Bible Classes (Classic Reprint) James M. Gray(Author)

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Original name book: Christian Workers Commentary on the Old and New Testaments, Arranged in Sections With Questions for Use in Family Altars and in Adult Bible Classes (Classic Reprint)

Pages: 448

Language: English

Publisher: Forgotten Books (July 15, 2012)

By: James M. Gray(Author)

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Sunday school leaders have expressed it, whole books and whole themes in their sequence being in mind. The Bible is a single revelation as we have said, with a beginning, continuation and end, and in our A dult Bible classes at least it should be studied in this way. The different books of the Bible, and the different parts of those books, fit into one another with such exactness that it can not properly be understood, much less thoroughly enjoyed, except as one thus approaches it, and patiently and systematically pursues the golden thread to its glorious end. It is not essential, but very desirable that every member of such a class possess a copy of the Commentary, and the intent is to publish it at a price making that permissive when compared with the cost of other Lesson Helps covering the whole Bible and extending over as long a period of study. Beginning with Genesis I, let the teacher a week in advance, assign the lesson, which commonly should be a single section or division of the Commentary as indicated by the Questions at the close. Let him insist that the class read the Bible text as often as possible during the week and the Commentary afterward, and let him do the same. In many instances the explanation, questions and suggestions in the Commentary will be all the preparation he requires, and particularly as the class advances in the book, and the selfinterpretative character of the Bible discloses itself. In the case of a wise and prayerful teacher such a preparation of himself and his class will make for a social conversational hour on the Lords day, and one of the greatest pleasure and profit. EXPOSITORY PREACHING. Finally, although this is a laymans commentary, the pastor, and especially the younger men in the ministry and in the mission fields have not been forgotten in its preparation. The author be Ueves in expository preaching as the staple
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