By Charles Baker. From Grace Publications. This is really two books in one with closely related themes. The first is a doctrinal and dispensational exposition of the Epistle to the Galatians. The second is a listing and commentary on every occurrence of the word "law" in the New Testament.
From Berean BIble Society. By Cornelius Stam. In these days of widespread trouble and unrest, it is important to understand the distinction between our Lord’s coming to take His own out of the world at the close of the dispensation of grace, and His subsequent return to earth to judge and reign. In this work, More Info »
By Paul Sadler. From Berean Bible Society. The epistle of James is a practical guide on Christian ethics. Although James is addressing his countrymen, there are many timeless principles found in this forgotten pearl of the New Testament. Every book of the Bible is a tributary of truth that flows into the canon of Holy More Info »
Paul’s Epistle to the Romans is one of the most profound, yet one of the most enlightening books of the Bible—indeed, of all literature. Nowhere else in the Bible do we find the great doctrines of the Christian faith set forth so completely or systematically. Thus, we wholeheartedly agree with the statement: “The Book of Romans More Info »
From Berean BIble Society. By Paul Sadler. Commentary covers Revelation 7:1 through 13:18. In this volume, we enter into an analysis of the mid-part of the Tribulation, called the Great Tribulation. My research has left me with a heavy heart for those who will be left behind after the Rapture of the Church. May we all More Info »
From Berean Bible Society. By Paul Sadler. Commentary covers Revelation 1:1 through 6:17. The world has always had an insatiable desire to know the future. We are thankful that God has hidden all future events from mankind, except for those He has chosen to reveal to us concerning things to come, which are spiritually discerned. The purpose More Info »
By Paul Sadler. From Berean Bible Society. Commentaries on the epistle of Philippians are as plentiful as mice in a barn. But there are few that approach the narrative on the basis of the distinctive character of Paul's special revelation. Although we have not touched on every jot and tittle in the epistle, we have More Info »
By Paul Sadler. From Berean Bible Society. The Book of Ephesians has been called the Alps of the Pauline revelation. From the summit of this epistle the reader can behold all the wonders of God’s grace that are often obscured by the blinding blizzards of tradition and the commandments of men. This volume extensively explores More Info »
By Paul Sadler. HARDCOVER from Berean Bible Society, There is very little written on what are commonly called the General Epistles from the standpoint of the Word, rightly divided. This is somewhat understandable to the extent that most of our Grace authors have spent the lion’s share of their time addressing Pauline themes. Of course, More Info »
Pastor Chrysler walks through the New Testament rightly divided in this five volume set. The final volume presents the Hebrew epistles. All five books of Pastor Donald Chrysler's King and Kingdom series HERE.