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Opening Up Commentary Collection (37 vols.)
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Overview

The 37-volume Opening Up Commentary Collection offers accessible and easy-to-read introductions to 39 books of the Bible. The commentaries tackle the key issues in each book by introducing the history and context and by giving an overview of important themes and events. The authors wrestle with the hard questions and navigate through the difficult issues with a keen eye toward application and relevance for today.

Each book in the Opening Up Commentary Collection is well-organized, clearly and concisely written, and includes discussion questions for further reflection and study. The Opening Up Commentary Collection is ideal for readers seeking in-depth study and for those encountering the Bible for the first time. The study guides make these the perfect commentaries for church and Bible study groups looking to take their Bible reading to the next level. This commentary is a valuable addition to the libraries of pastors, scholars, and students of the Bible.

With the Logos edition of this commentary set, research, sermon preparation, and Bible study is easier than ever. All Scripture references appear on mouseover and are linked to your preferred Bible. All text is fully searchable for quick and efficient study. Find, for example, everywhere the Olivet Discourse is discussed with the click of a button. This resource is also linked with all the other books in your Logos library for fast cross-referencing.

Key Features

  • Maps and timelines
  • Study guides for individual or group study
  • Discussion and reflection questions

Praise for the Print Edition

I continue to be thankful for the publications of Day One. They are biblical; they have sound theology; and they are relative to the issues at hand. The material is condensed and manageable while, at the same time, being complete—challenging balance to find. We are happy in our ministry to make use of these excellent publications.

John MacArthur, pastor-teacher, Grace Community Church, California

Individual Titles

Opening Up Genesis

  • Author: Kurt Strassner
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 183

Genesis is the book of beginnings. But it is also a book about God. “In the beginning, God” is the opening freeze-frame of the Bible. If we go back before the world sprang into being, we find God. If we ask where the world came from, Genesis answers: God. If we wonder why the universe continues to operate in an orderly, timely, predictable fashion, the answer in Genesis is God. And as we ponder how all this ancient information has been preserved and passed down to us, the answer again is God, who gave this book to Moses and had him write it down for the ages.

Sound and well-written books like this are desperately needed today, for the church has compromised on the foundational book of the Bible: Genesis. In a uniquely practical way, Kurt shows that Genesis must be defended.

—Ken Ham, president, Creation Museum and Answers in Genesis

Kurt Strassner is true to the text in Genesis 1–11, emphasizing six-day creation. . . . Use this commentary for small-group Bible study, quiet time reflection, and sermon preparation.

—Ian McNaughton, pastor, West Worthing Evangelical Church

Kurt’s ability to keep to the text, to avoid the obvious, and make us think is just what we need.

—Erroll Hulse, associate pastor, Leeds Reformed Baptist Church

Kurt Strassner is pastor of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from the University of Mississippi, Tennessee. He is married to Tobey, a homemaker, and together they have three children.

Opening Up Exodus

  • Author: Iain D. Campbell
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 144

By the time we have read through Exodus we have learned the basic vocabulary of the Gospel—words like blood, redeem, sacrifice, glory, law, tabernacle, and Passover are all here. These are central to the great drama in which God saves a people for himself. To study Exodus, therefore, is to come to the heart of the message of redemption, to see God as the Savior of his people, caring for them and present with them as they journey from Egypt to Canaan, from the house of bondage to the land of promise.

This study is a most helpful and interesting introduction to the book of Exodus. In style it meets Calvin’s standard of lucid brevity. In focus it shows the structure and meaning of the book as a whole. In theology it is reliable and orthodox. It also contains the rarest of features: excellent discussion questions. I recommend it highly.

—Robert Godfrey, president, Westminster Seminary, California

This is a fine introduction to the study of the Book of Exodus. It fits particularly well with those who have little knowledge of the Exodus account and story. It will be particularly helpful in Bible study groups and in youth groups. The study questions at the end of each chapter will help to facilitate discussion of the issues raised in Exodus. I heartily recommend it as a starting place for the study of this important book of the Old Testament.

John D. Currid, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi

Iain D. Campbell is pastor of Back Free Church of Scotland on the Isle of Lewis. He trained for the ministry at the University of Glasgow and at the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He earned his PhD from the University of Edinburgh. He contributes regularly to several theological journals. His wife, Anne, is a teacher, and they have three children. He is author of The Gospel According to Ruth, On the First Day of the Week: God, the Christian, and the Sabbath, and other books.

Opening Up Joshua

  • Author: Roger Ellsworth
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 126

Joshua was the man who succeeded Moses and led the ancient nation of Israel during its conquest of the land of Canaan. The book of Joshua tells us the story of this conquest. But how is such a book relevant for us today in the twenty-first century? In this warm and engaging study, Roger Ellsworth demonstrates the importance of the book of Joshua for today. He shows how the story of Israel in the land of Canaan pictures the life of the Christian in this world, a life of struggle, hardship, and conflict. He highlights the truths found in the book of Joshua, which will encourage and comfort Christians in those struggles. Finally, by looking at Joshua, he points us to Christ, our leader and captain.

Roger Ellsworth demonstrates how all of Scripture finds its ultimate focus in the revelation of Jesus Christ. His exposition goes right to the point of each text. With decades of pastoral experience, it is no surprise that he writes with clarity and pastoral warmth, giving attention to gospel application throughout the book. Readers will find encouragement to rely upon God’s faithfulness to his promises through Christ.

Phil A. Newton, senior pastor, South Woods Baptist Church, Memphis, Tennessee

In Opening Up Joshua, Roger Ellsworth is again used of God as a guide into biblical understanding and practical application. He is able to grasp the doctrinal truths of each passage, while discerning its message and meaning in a way that helps believers live today.

—Karl Barnfield, pastor, Resurrection Baptist Church, Benton, Illinois

Roger Ellsworth is currently living in Jackson, TN, and is serving as pastor of Parkview Baptist Church. He is the author of many books, including several titles in this collection.

Opening Up Judges

  • Author: Simon J. Robinson
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 128

A man slain by a tent peg; a man with super-human strength dispatching his enemies with the jawbone of a donkey; yet another man carving up a woman: it is all in the book of Judges, and it is all covered by Simon J. Robinson, who leads us through the book, opening it up and applying it powerfully and relevantly to readers today.

This captivating presentation reads like a fast-paced story. A very readable and gripping book!

Roger Ellsworth, pastor, Parkview Baptist Church, Jackson, Tennessee

Engaging with this book in the midst of a messy world will encourage you to see God is still in control.

—Dessie Maxwell, lecturer, Belfast Bible College, Northern Ireland

Simon Robinson ably applies [the book’s] significance to a twenty-first-century world of economic progress and moral decay.

—Steve Brady, principal, Moorlands College, Christchurch, England

Simon J. Robinson is the senior minister of Walton Evangelical Church, Chesterfield, England. He has also written several other books, including Jesus: the Life-changer, Improving your Quiet Time, God, the Bible and Terrorism. He also preaches and teaches in Asia and the United States. He and his wife, Hazel, have two sons and one grandson.

Opening Up Ruth

  • Author: Jonathan Prime
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 96

The Book of Ruth tells a true, simple, engaging and well-crafted story. It teaches us about God’s sovereign control of history and his transforming kindness to individuals. In this heart-warming study, Jonathan Prime opens up the message of Ruth, applying it practically to our lives in the twenty-first century.

Clear, insightful and compelling: Jonathan Prime opens up the book of Ruth, showing how it fits in the Bible, applies to us today and, most of all, how God’s kindness can change your life.

Colin S. Smith, senior pastor, Arlington Heights Evangelical Free Church, Arlington Heights, Illinois

Jonathan Prime’s faithful handling of God’s living Word brings out all its richness and relevance. The further study notes and questions/discussion points at the end of each chapter would be excellent for personal devotions or for small group Bible study. I cannot commend it highly enough!

—Robin Sydserff, minister, St. Catherine’s Argyll Church, Edinburg

Jonathan Prime served as the assistant pastor at Enfield Evangelical Free Church, Enfield, North London, and has been the pastor there since 1996. He shares the leadership of the fellowship with the other elders and has primary responsibility for the preaching and teaching of God’s Word and the pastoral care of the congregation. He and his wife, Sandra, have three children, Amy, Katie and Jenny.

Opening Up 1 Chronicles

  • Author: Andrew Thomson
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 128

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The book of 1 Chronicles is often neglected, yet it has so much to teach us—even the genealogies! Along with 2 Chronicles, 1 Chronicles surveys the Bible history, charting the gracious purposes of a faithful God over the centuries, with the aim of encouraging and enlightening its readers. Here, Andrew Thomson draws out key lessons and principles to help us avoid the pitfalls and enjoy the blessings that God’s people Israel experienced. Promises and praise are central themes which will warm our hearts as we set about responding to David’s call to seek the Lord and His strength.

The 29 chapters of 1 Chronicles might seem dry history on a first reading, but Andrew Thomson shows how the chronicler uses the history of all Israel to encourage the newly returned exiles in their task of rebuilding the nation. Opening Up 1 Chronicles relates past history to the church of our day. With great simplicity but clarity the author draws out many helpful lessons for us.

Michael Bentley, author and retired pastor, Bracknell, UK

For any reader opening up 1 Chronicles and wondering about its purpose in the biblical canon, here is the place to begin. Eminently readable (even chronology and genealogy come alive!), with a perceptive commentary and application that always brings us to Christ, as well as thoughtful study questions that lead to a deeper understanding of this little-read part of Scripture, this is a more than worthy addition to this valuable series.

Brian H. Edwards, author and conference speaker, UK

Andrew Thomson is pastor of Kesgrave Baptist Church in Suffolk. He became a Christian while studying at Oxford. He ran a Christian bookshop in Woking for some years before being called to the ministry. He later studied for the ministry through the FIEC Prepared for Service course. His first pastorate was at Mitchley Hill Evangelical Church in Sanderstead, Surrey, before moving to Kesgrave in 2010.

Opening Up 2 Chronicles

  • Author: Andrew Thomson
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 128

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The book of 2 Chronicles carries on where 1 Chronicles left off. We start with a conducted tour of Solomon’s kingdom. Then we visit the kingdom of Judah’s royal portrait gallery, seeing the good, the bad, and the ugly. At times we are confronted with what is unattractive in our own lives. Along the way we learn lessons about the importance of wisdom, the priority and practice of prayer, and the utter reliability of the Lord. All the kings had their strengths and weaknesses, their good moments and bad—and so do we. Thankfully, our God has only strengths, and he doesn’t change. If a fresh grasp of our own frailties causes us to “seek the Lord and his strength,” the chronicler will have done his job.

If you are reading 2 Chronicles and Andrew Thomson’s exposition as you do so, you will say, ’My, how immensely practical 2 Chronicles is—I must dig into it even more!’ And at that point you will, I suspect, have fallen into Mr. Thomson’s trap. He ’opens up’ 2 Chronicles so that you will ’fall in’!

Dale Ralph Davis, former professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary

What Andrew Thomson did for the 29 chapters of 1 Chronicles, he has done again for the 36 chapters of 2 Chronicles. He has skillfully picked out the important teaching of 2 Chronicles and shown how God’s care of his people continues, despite their unfaithfulness. Very easy to read, the book is crammed full of Scripture and included many helpful, up-to-date illustrations.

Michael Bentley, author and retired pastor, Bracknell, UK

Andrew Thomson is pastor of Kesgrave Baptist Church in Suffolk. He became a Christian while studying at Oxford. He ran a Christian bookshop in Woking for some years before being called to the ministry. He later studied for the ministry through the FIEC Prepared for Service course. His first pastorate was at Mitchley Hill Evangelical Church in Sanderstead, Surrey, before moving to Kesgrave in 2010.

Opening Up Ezra

  • Author: Peter Williams
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 128

The book of Ezra, tucked away in the Old Testament, is often overlooked, yet it is remarkable for its relevance to the modern world. Ezra the scribe is a warm-hearted man who exercised a powerful ministry of spiritual, practical leadership to the Jews who had returned to Israel after the exile in Babylon. Love for God’s Word is a hallmark of his life, and he stands as a powerful example in establishing reformation and revival in the life of the nation. This easy-to-use guide to the book of Ezra may be used for group or individual study.

I am confident that it will be become a valuable tool for personal and group study, and my prayer is that God will use the message of this exposition to raise up people like Ezra in our day.

Simon J. Robinson, senior minister, Walton Evangelical Church, Chesterfield, England

Peter Williams is a Welshman from the town of Neath in South Wales. He is a graduate of the University of Wales and has degrees in theology and philosophy. He has served churches in England and Wales and has continued a preaching ministry since his retirement in 1997, now exercising oversight at Southbourne Evangelical Church in Bournemouth, England. In addition to this volume, he has authored several other books.

Opening Up Psalms

  • Author: Roger Ellsworth
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 224

The Psalms, the longest book in the Bible, has been described as the national hymn-book of the people of Israel in the Old Testament as well as the songbook of the early church. Full of emotion, expressing the believer’s response to various experiences, and full of theology, these psalms give wonderful counsel to us today, both in our day-to-day lives and in our worship. Roger Ellsworth competently leads us through the different kinds of psalms, first giving the big picture, then zooming in to look at the detail of some of the psalms in closer perspective.

. . . Brief enough for the busy theologian, yet deep enough to assist in sound exegesis and stimulating enough to deepen the spiritual walk of ardent biblical scholars.

—Nicki Coertze, pastor, Logos Community Church, Polokwane, Limpopo, South Africa

Roger Ellsworth has given a very unique look at Psalms.

—Jim Dixon, senior pastor, Cherry Hills Community Church, Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Roger Ellsworth is currently living in Jackson, TN, and is serving as pastor of Parkview Baptist Church. He is the author of many books, including several titles in this collection.

Opening Up Proverbs

  • Author: Jim Newheiser
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 192

The Book of Proverbs has one central message (how to gain wisdom) and deals with an extensive array of practical topics including vocation, financial stewardship, moral purity, and how to have successful relationships. Here, Jim Newheiser guides the reader through all the main aspects of the teaching of Proverbs while also emphasizing how these great, life-transforming truths are rooted in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Proverbs packs its punches—and so does Jim Newheiser’s survey of it! Living in a fallen world is full of dangers for Christians, as well as opportunities for serving God and one’s neighbor in love. Newheiser shows repeatedly and incisively how the best life consists in avoiding the former (folly) and engaging in the latter (wisdom) out of ‘the fear of the LORD’ that is love to Christ.

Hywel R. Jones, professor of practical theology, Westminster Seminary California

Jim Newheiser received his MA and DMin from Westminster Seminary in California. He is a certified biblical counselor and a NANC Fellow. He is the director of counseling for the Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship (IBCD) and Fellow of the National Association of Nouthetic Counselors (NANC). He has pastored churches in Texas, Saudi Arabia and California. He has an extensive international ministry, having visited places such as Korea, India, Spain, Qatar and the Philippines. He and his wife, Caroline, have three grown children, David, Mark and Daniel. He is currently an elder at Grace Bible Church, Escondido, California.

Opening Up Ecclesiastes

  • Author: Jim Winter
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 160

Ecclesiastes has much to say to any thinking person who seriously questions the meaning and purpose of life, especially in a universe that has little or no place for the God who created it. The writer leaves no stone unturned as he pursues his quest: philosophy, power, politics, pleasure, and education are all carefully explored. Here is a man who appears to have everything—yet discovers that he has nothing. Ecclesiastes is a book meant to be read and digested—resonating with the sense of despair felt by many trapped in a materialistic world where time is rapidly running out—yet continually offering glimpses of hope, before unveiling the true meaning of life that can only be found in a living relationship with God.

Jim Winter’s work on Ecclesiastes provides faithful, informed exposition and sensitive and relevant application. His style is straightforward and engaging throughout, and the format, promoting follow-up study and discussion, is a further strength. It is a pleasure to commend this exposition to a wide readership.

Bruce Milne, former senior minister, First Baptist Church, Vancouver

Jim Winter has been an evangelical pastor in England for over 20 years and has preached and lectured in the UK, USA, and Southeast Asia. After a long period of ministry in London’s inner city, he now lives and works in West Sussex. He and his wife, Marie, have two sons. He is the author of Depression: A Rescue Plan and Face2Face with Elisha.

Opening Up Ezekiel’s Visions

  • Author: Peter Jeffery
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 128

Ezekiel, a much-neglected Old Testament prophet, speaks across the centuries in this straightforward and down-to-earth explanation of his message. Clearly written, with no punches pulled as far as contemporary application is concerned, this is just the sort of help needed by those who might otherwise find the book difficult to understand.

Once again, Peter Jeffery has succeeded in bringing home to twenty-first century people God’s ever relevant diagnosis of their condition and his remedy for it.

—Graham Harrison

Peter Jeffery served as a minister for many years in Wales and England before engaging in an itinerant ministry of evangelism and preaching which has taken him to many parts of the world. He is author of several books, many of which are aimed at new believers and those who are not yet mature in the Christian faith.

Opening Up Amos

  • Author: Michael Bentley
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 128

“The LORD roars from Zion and thunders from Jerusalem; the pastures of the shepherds dry up, and the top of Carmel withers.” So begins the prophecy of Amos. Why does the Lord roar? What had led to such abuses of privilege on the part of the people of Israel in that day? What happens when God’s holiness is offended and when his voice is ignored? Michael Bentley competently leads us through the prophecy, opening it up and applying it powerfully and relevantly to readers today.

Michael Bentley is opening up—and pulling you into—the book, and he does this with both simplicity and vitality. His study is both convicting (as Amos would want) and stretching (as we have need).

Dale Ralph Davis, former professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary

A helpful and practical guide.

Colin Jones, pastor, Three Bridges Free Church, West Sussex

A must-read for mature and new Christians alike. Use this for personal study or group study, whichever way you will not fail to be challenged to a Christ-honoring life.

—Roland Eskinazi, senior pastor, Goodwood Baptist Church, Cape Town, South Africa

Michael Bentley worked as a bookshop manager and served in the British army before his call to the ministry. He has a diverse background, which includes freelance religious reporting for national and religious radio and television, being a religious education teacher, and holding pastorates in Surrey, Southeast London, and Berkshire. He is also closely involved with his local community as a member of various committees and councils. Now retired, he still preaches regularly and has written several books. He lives in Bracknell with his wife, Jenny, and has five children and six grandchildren.

Opening Up Joel

  • Author: Michael Bentley
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 96

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Is God responsible for natural disasters? Some would say that He punishes us by sending storms and floods. In Joel’s time, Judah was suffering the after-effects of a severe plague of locusts. Joel was in no doubt that God had sent the locusts to chastise the people of Judah for their sinful lifestyles, an indication of the coming “great and dreadful day of the Lord.” Speaking of the judgment that would fall first on God’s own people and then on all the nations of world, Joel called everyone to repent. This book seeks to relate these long-ago events.

Michael Bentley has written an accessible and attractive devotional commentary on Joel—as straightforward and down-to-earth as the prophet himself!

—Canon David Winter, former head of Religious Broadcasting, BBC

In this volume Michael Bentley ably opens up the book of Joel with interesting observations, convincing explanations, challenging applications, and encouraging exhortations. This Minor Prophet’s message must have a major impact on the life of any reader who carefully considers the clear narrative and ponders the probing questions which conclude each chapter of this little book.

—Dafydd Hughes, pastor, Grace Reformed Baptist Church, Palmerston North, New Zealand

When he preaches, Michael Bentley has the gift of drawing you in on a helpful and interesting journey of biblical understanding, insight and discovery. Michael’s writing is no different, and this well-written and highly readable commentary on Joel will challenge and encourage you to go deeper with this prophet and with God.

—Alan Bradford, pastor, St. Michael’s Church, Warfield, Bracknell, UK

Michael Bentley worked as a bookshop manager and served in the British army before his call to the ministry. He has a diverse background, which includes freelance religious reporting for national and religious radio and television, being a religious education teacher, and holding pastorates in Surrey, Southeast London and Berkshire. He is also closely involved with his local community as a member of various committees and councils. Now retired, he still preaches regularly and has written several books. He lives in Bracknell with his wife, Jenny, and has five children and six grandchildren.

Opening Up Jonah

  • Author: Paul Mackrell
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 112

Think Jonah, think whale. Or should we? Actually no. The whale, or great fish, merely appears among the list of supporting cast, along with the worm which appears later in the account. Instead, the book is about the character of God. It shows us something of his burning holiness, something of his powerful and detailed ordering of events, and something of his tender mercy.

In this easy-to-read guide, you will learn many things about how God controls nature, governs history, and shows remarkable grace to a city of people who hardly seem likely candidates for his mercy.

Jonah, a book full of surprises! God says, ‘Go,’ Jonah says, ‘No,’ and runs away. He survives an unseasonable storm and a fish story that’s hard to swallow, and all because of frightful Nineveh. Who would believe it? Well thankfully Paul Mackrell does, and in this fine work he not only sets the scene but shows the relevance for us today. It would be another surprise if many do not receive great benefit from this book!

Clive Anderson, pastor, The Butts Church, Alton, Hampshire, England

This kind of commentary on the Book of Jonah is long overdue and Paul Mackrell has filled that gap. He gives us clear and careful explanation of the text with very practical and useful suggestions for further study. His concise exposition of each chapter makes a very dramatic book all the more compelling to read. I believe that this guide, with its helpful insights, will prove to be a great aid in personal devotions and for use in group Bible studies.

—William G. Hughes, pastor, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Coconut Creek, Florida

Paul Mackrell, brought up in Southampton, now works as a civil servant in London. His wife, Sue, comes from Liverpool. They have three daughters, two sons, and two grandchildren, and live in Surrey.

Opening Up Nahum

  • Author: Clive Anderson
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 112

In Nahum’s prophecy, we see the Lord’s involvement in history as the ultimate judge and king. It deals with the difficult subject of God’s righteous wrath against sin, which is practically demonstrated in the book of Nahum as his vengeance revealed in Nineveh’s overthrow. Yet even in this, the grace and mercy of God in salvation shines through to bring hope to his people. Here is a guide to help the reader gain an understanding of this difficult subject and to see its relevance to the twenty-first century.

extremely helpful . . .

—Peter J. Croft, reverend, Bethesda Baptist Church, Felixstowe

I think it is especially good for a local church Bible study group.

—Herbert E. Apel, Wheaton College, Illinois

Clive Anderson is the pastor of the Butts Church in Alton, Hampshire, and a member of the British Museum Society, the British School of Archaeology in Iraq, the Egyptian Exploration Society and the Tyndale Society. He leads tours to the Middle East and Egypt and is the author of several books

Opening Up Zephaniah

  • Author: Michael Bentley
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 112

When did you last hear a sermon based on a passage from the prophecy of Zephaniah? This is one of the most neglected books in the whole Bible. It was delivered and written after many years of silence from God. The northern kingdom of Israel, or Ephraim, had already been deported by Assyria, never to return. The prophecy of Zephaniah was to be the last given before Judah, the southern kingdom, was taken away into Babylon for 70 years of exile. Here is an easy-to-read treatment of the prophecy which draws clear lines of practical application from the situation to our fast-paced modern life, especially showing how the prophecy points to the only hope of salvation from God’s judgment: faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

Read it. Study it. Share it. And follow the prophet to the cross of Jesus Christ.

Gordon Keddie, pastor, Southside Reformed Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, Indiana

Michael Bentley worked as a bookshop manager and served in the British army before his call to the ministry. He has a diverse background, which includes freelance religious reporting for national and religious radio and television, being a religious education teacher, and holding pastorates in Surrey, Southeast London, and Berkshire. He is also closely involved with his local community as a member of various committees and councils. Now retired, he still preaches regularly and has written several books. He lives in Bracknell with his wife, Jenny, and has five children and six grandchildren.

Opening Up Haggai

  • Author: Peter Williams
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 77

What makes the book of Haggai especially interesting is that he was one of the last three prophets of the Old Testament period to receive God’s revelation before the coming of Christ. He was a man with a single message for the people of his day, and he preached it with unparalleled persuasive force and power. That message was concentrated on the need to rebuild the temple, which had been neglected for many years. By the time Haggai appeared on the scene, the people had become dispirited and had lost interest in the rebuilding project. But he knew that its restoration was essential as the outward sign of the covenant, and of the Lord’s presence with his people.

We know hardly anything about Haggai as an individual, but he was surely an inspiring preacher, succeeding in getting the people enthused for the work, and having the temple completed and dedicated in 516 BC.

Day One’s Opening Up series is designed to help people read and study the Bible. Peter Williams’ book is a helpful ‘taster’ for those who not only want to understand this prophecy but also desire to respond to it. May God bless and used Opening Up Haggai to open up many hearts, minds—and pockets—for the services of God and his people today.

—Michael Bentley, retired pastor, Great Hollands Free Church, England

Peter Williams is a Welshman from the town of Neath in South Wales. He is a graduate of the University of Wales and has degrees in theology and philosophy. He has served churches in England and Wales and has continued a preaching ministry since his retirement in 1997, now exercising oversight at Southbourne Evangelical Church in Bournemouth, England. He is the author of From Eden to Egypt: Exploring the Genesis Themes.

Opening Up Zechariah

  • Author: Roger Ellsworth
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 144

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The Jewish people had been called by God to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem after their years of captivity in Babylon. After starting well, they laid the work aside. But then they heard a voice that emphasized the sufficiency of God for His people. That voice, belonging to Zechariah, was never more encouraging and stimulating than when it proclaimed the coming Christ and the glories awaiting those who trust him. Zechariah’s prophecy still speaks today with power to those who are deeply discouraged and sorely distressed. Its message of Christ medicates every ill and lifts every heart.

In this simple little book, Roger Ellsworth has once again put Christians in his debt. He gives a clear explanation of Zechariah’s often obscure and strange message, setting it in the original context and in the full tapestry of redemption, with central reference to the person and work of Christ. Everything is there in seed, and this book proves to be a useful tool to help Christians become familiar with this prophet and with the message of the Bible. It is also a solid stepping stone towards more detailed books for those who have been called to instruct the people of God. Thoroughly reliable, refreshing and uplifting!

—Jean-Claude Souillot, managing director, Europresse

Roger Ellsworth’s books are always clearly written and interesting to read, Opening up Zechariah is no exception. We ought to read Zechariah because this ‘prophecy includes more promises of Messiah than any other book except Isaiah.’ Ellsworth explains how prophecy can relate to current or future events but ultimately directs us to Jesus Christ. Ellsworth’s focus is not on divisive prophetic speculation (eg. the Millennium and Armageddon) but on Christ. I’ve enjoyed reading this book, especially the chapter on the fountain of Christ’s blood opened for sin.

Stan K. Evers, editor, Grace Magazine

This book really does open up Zechariah. Preachers will find it helpful with message preparation, even though it is not a verse-by-verse commentary. All believers could use it with profit as part of their daily devotions. Roger Ellsworth’s books are always interesting. This book is no exception.

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Roger Ellsworth is currently living in Jackson, TN, and is serving as pastor of Parkview Baptist Church. He is the author of many books, including several titles in this collection.

Opening Up Malachi

  • Author: Roger Ellsworth
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 96

It was a depressing time. Priests and people, both of whom who had been enormously blessed by God, were shuffling through their religion, muttering all the while about how burdensome it was. Questioning God’s love, dishonoring his name, sighing over his service, breaking his laws and doubting his promises—these were the orders of the day. A wake-up call was needed, and God provided it through Malachi. This man was no cuddly teddy bear. Through a series of candid dialogues, he called his people to see themselves as God saw them and to return to him. His message of sin and return rises from the pages of this short prophecy to challenge and assure us as well.

If you’re a busy pastor or a layman who craves theological precision and practical application from a commentary, avail yourself to this book!

—Roy Hargrave, senior pastor, Riverbend Community Church, Ormond Beach, Florida

Roger Ellsworth’s insightful exposition of this powerful book shows us that the prophet Malachi has an urgent message to Christians living in the beginning of the twenty-first century.

Simon J. Robinson, senior pastor, Walton Evangelical Church, Chesterfield, England

Roger Ellsworth is currently living in Jackson, TN, and is serving as pastor of Parkview Baptist Church. He is the author of many books, including several titles in this collection.

Opening Up Matthew’s Gospel

  • Author: Iain D. Campbell
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 188

The theme of Matthew’s Gospel is Jesus and what it means to follow him as his disciples and serve him as our King. The scope of Matthew's Gospel is vast: in his opening verse, Matthew takes us back to Abraham, and in his closing verse, he takes us all the way forward to the close of the present age. Matthew offers us a view of life and of the world that is grounded in God’s plan and purpose, focused in the coming of Jesus and worked out in the ongoing work of the church. The first book in the New Testament has a fitting place in the center of the bible, linking the two parts together.

In Opening Up Matthew’s Gospel, Iain D. Campbell does precisely what the title of his latest book suggests, with the clarity of a gifted preacher and the care of an able scholar. Dr. Campbell leads the reader through the text of the Gospel, highlighting the most significant theological, historical, and literary issues. Along the way, he draws on the insights of recent and older scholarship without allowing the reader to become swamped in technicalities or abstract debate. Concise but accurate exegesis, combined with some memorable expressions, will make this book popular with preachers. Probing questions at the end of each chapter serve to make this an excellent book for small study groups. I am glad to commend this book to all serious readers of Matthew.

Alistair I. Wilson, principal, Dumisani Theological Institute

Opening Up Matthew’s Gospel ably combines careful attention to the text and structure of Matthew, sound theology, and insightful application. Concise and accessible without being superficial, this study of Matthew’s Gospel commends itself to all levels of Christian readership. I warmly commend it.

—Guy Prentiss Waters, professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi

Iain D. Campbell is pastor of Back Free Church of Scotland on the Isle of Lewis. He trained for the ministry at the University of Glasgow and at the Free Church College, Edinburgh. He earned his PhD from the University of Edinburgh. He contributes regularly to several theological journals. His wife, Anne, is a teacher, and they have three children. He is author of The Gospel According to Ruth, On the First Day of the Week: God, the Christian, and the Sabbath, and other books.

Opening Up Luke’s Gospel

  • Author: Gavin Childress
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 224

The Gospel of Luke makes remarkable reading. It introduces us to many people the other Gospels don’t mention; it shows the compassion of Jesus in a special way; it is the only Gospel written by a Gentile. Let Gavin Childress guide you through its message in easy stages, and there is plenty to think (and talk) about in the discussion points at the end of each chapter.

There are no greater books in the entire world than the four Gospels. There is no better way for the newcomer to learn of Jesus Christ than to read through one of them as it introduces the God-man, not in abstract theories but in the encounters and conversations of everyday life. Gavin Childress has written a clear guide to Luke’s Gospel that is well-suited to assist the first-time reader through what may be strange territory, explaining its setting in history and in the whole Bible, and—even more—bringing Jesus near to the issues and concerns of today.

—John Nicholls, CEO, London City Mission

Gavin Childress and his wife Kathy have six children (three girls and three boys). Gavin pursued a career in social work until he was called to the ministry. He has been pastor of Grace Baptist Chapel in Tottenham, London, since 1987. Gavin is co-author with Audrey Dooley of Reading your Bible: A Starter’s Guide.

Opening Up John’s Gospel

  • Author: Andrew Paterson
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 224

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Right at the end of his Gospel, John tells us why he wrote it: that we may “believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing [we] may have life in his name.” John therefore filled his Gospel with carefully selected evidence to encourage our belief in Jesus. In this detailed yet easy-to-read commentary, Andrew Paterson examines the eyewitness evidence John provided concerning Christ’s power and authority. Paterson shows us that John wanted this evidence to result in more than intellectual assent to these truths. The purpose of John's Gospel is to result in “life” through faith in Christ.

Opening up John’s Gospel is a brilliant, concise guide to John’s Gospel. It helps the reader to understand John’s profound revelation of Jesus, the divine Messiah by vividly bringing to life the Jewish world of the first century and explaining the Old Testament background to so much of Jesus’ teaching. . . . the author has clearly drawn deeply on the very best biblical scholarship and makes judicious judgments when interpreting difficult or disputed passages. This book will inspire any Christian reader to know, love, worship and obey Jesus better . . . All in all, an excellent book.

—John Stevens, director, Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC), UK

Highly accessible and exceptionally practical.

Jonathan Stephen, principal, Wales Evangelical School of Theology (WEST), UK

A reliable, accessible, and practical guide to this wonderful gospel.

Christopher Ash, director, Cornhill Training Course, London

Andrew Paterson has headed up the leadership team at Kensington Baptist Church in inner-city Bristol for over 20 years. A former president of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (2001–2004), Andrew has spoken at conferences around the world. He has worked extensively in Christian radio and on the BBC.

Opening Up Acts

  • Author: John-Michael Wong
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 224

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John-Michael Wong provides valuable insight on the book of Acts, pointing out the contributions of individuals and community in the growth of the Church. This easy-to-read volume is solidly grounded in Scripture and offers explanation of the text, as well as application. Wong writes in an uplifting and inviting style that will help the general reader, as well as pastors.

Opening Up Acts is a very useful and user friendly tool for studying the book of Acts. It is appropriate for both individual study and for small groups. I highly recommend this study.

Gregory Harris, professor, The Master’s Seminary

John-Michael Wong earned his PhD from UC Berkeley. He teaches apologetics and evangelism at Evangel Bible Church of Berkeley.

Opening Up 1 Corinthians

  • Author: Derek Prime
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 160

Paul’s first letter to the church at Corinth is full of practical relevance to the church of our day. How should people live in the light of a surrounding immoral culture? What should be the church’s response to blatant sin on the part of its members? How should the giving and stewardship of the church be administered? What happens after a person dies? How should spiritual gifts be exercised and what is the place of love in all this? Derek Prime provides a succinct treatment of these topics, and, in it all, he points to the centrality, prominence, and glory of the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.

Highly relevant application of the truth for today’s world.

—Eric Alexander, retired pastor, St. Andrews, Scotland

...a rare combination of sound theological insight and helpful, practical application.

Alistair Begg, senior pastor, Parkside Church, Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Derek Prime was pastor of Charlotte Baptist Chapel, Edinburgh. He is now a well-known convention speaker and author of several books.

Opening Up Galatians

  • Author: David Campbell
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 128

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In this commentary, author David Campbell identifies the key themes of the book of Galatians. He offers solid exposition and application, making this a useful aid for pastors and teachers, as well as those seeking to understand Galatians and how to incorporate its message to daily life. Written in an encouraging and accessible style, this volume provides necessary questions on themes of false doctrine and salvation for Christians today.

David Campbell opens up this letter in a most attractive and helpful way. His exposition is clear and the applications both challenging and encouraging.

—Edward Donnelly, minister, Trinity Reformed Presbyterian Church, Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland

David Campbell was born and raised in Scotland and was converted to Christ as a child. During his bachelor’s degree at Glasgow University he felt a call to the gospel ministry and subsequently spent four years studying at the Free Church of Scotland College in Edinburgh. After being the pastor of the Geneva Road Evangelical Baptist Church in Darlington, England for 15 years, he began his ministry in Grace Baptist Church, Carlisle, Pennsylvania in 2002. He is the author of several books.

Opening Up Philippians

  • Author: Roger Ellsworth
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 96

Paul’s letter to the Philippians resounds with joy, and modern readers will have joy in the Lord Jesus if they will only put the teaching of this letter into practice in their day-to-day lives. In this practical and easy-to-read guide to Philippians, readers are helped to open up the letter for themselves. Clear and straightforward teaching is enhanced by additional study and discussion questions, making the book helpful both for individual and group use.

Laden with insightful quotes and penetrating practical application, Opening Up Philippians is a Bible study tool which belongs on every Christian’s bookshelf!

—Phil Roberts, president, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri

Roger Ellsworth is currently living in Jackson, TN, and is serving as pastor of Parkview Baptist Church. He is the author of many books, including several titles in this collection.

Opening Up Colossians and Philemon

  • Author: Ian McNaughton
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 128

Paul’s letter to the Colossians reveals the greatness of Jesus Christ by dealing with such important subjects as the fact that he is fully God, that he has authority over principalities and powers, and that those who believe in him are liberated from the domain of darkness and complete in Christ. It also touches powerfully and relevantly on practical Christian living in the home and work place. Colossians is a letter for today as it reveals to us the person and work of Jesus and its application to the life of the believer.

I believe this work will open your eyes as to how the books of Colossians and Philemon can be so practical today for the church and for individual Christian living.

—Ken Ham, president, Creation Museum and Answers in Genesis

Ian McNaughton was converted at 19 years of age, studied theology at the Free Church of Scotland College, Edinburgh, and gained his ThM from Westminster Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania. He has served as a pastor in FIEC churches for almost 30 years (in both Scotland and England) and now represents Day One Christian Ministries as their Scottish Secretary. He and his wife, Violet, have one adult son, Mark.

Opening Up 1 Thessalonians

  • Author: Tim Shenton
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 128

Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians breathes love, concern, and care. It deals with practical matters for new believers: repentance, faith, living a transformed life, living happily with other believers in church, awaiting the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, and many other points. In Opening Up 1 Thessalonians, Tim Shenton leads us carefully through all the main aspects of the teaching and provides a good number of thought-provoking questions for further study and for discussion and reflection.

Tim Shenton is the head teacher of St. Martin’s School and an elder at Lansdowne Baptist Church, Bournemouth. He has researched and written extensively on church history, specializing in the eighteenth century, and is also author of several books.

Opening Up 2 Thessalonians

  • Author: Ian McNaughton
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 128

Paul’s second letter to the Thessalonians is as relevant for us today as it was for first-century Thessalonian believers to whom he wrote. Its three main themes—the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, intercessory prayer, and local church discipline—were addressed to a young church experiencing trouble, discrimination, and harassment because of their commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ. Here Ian McNaughton unpacks these themes, demonstrating the timeless importance of each one for encouraging strong and assured hope in the midst of suffering.

A small commentary packed with good theology, sound exposition, and instructive and challenging study and group discussion items. It does not avoid some of the hard parts of the book and certainly opens up 2 Thessalonians—and more.

Brian H. Edwards, author and conference speaker, UK

There is much more in the Second Epistle to the Thessalonians than many Bible readers imagine and Ian McNaughton is to be thanked for providing here a brief commentary which gives the reader a sound and solid exposition. The themes handled here include: the Second Coming of Christ, election, the application of redemption, the man of sin, the spiritual nature of prayer and church discipline. I wish this short commentary a wide readership.

—Maurice Roberts, pastor, Free Church of Scotland, Iverness, Scotland

Ian McNaughton was converted at 19 years of age, studied theology at the Free Church of Scotland College, Edinburgh, and gained his ThM from Westminster Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania. He has served as a pastor in FIEC churches for almost 30 years (in both Scotland and England) and now represents Day One Christian Ministries as their Scottish Secretary. He and his wife, Violet, have one adult son, Mark.

Opening Up 1 Timothy

  • Author: Simon Robinson
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 128

1 Timothy is an urgent letter to a young Christian pastor in the thick of ministry and a call to the local church to get on with the job God has called it to do—spreading the good news! Simon Robinson applies this message incisively to modern readers.

This is a heart-warming and accessible introduction to a highly relevant New Testament letter, which is often overlooked today. There are many nuggets of insight into the specific meanings of the original text, which enable this clear exposition to be applied with penetrating relevance. I warmly commend it.

David Jackman, president, The Proclamation Trust, London

Simon J. Robinson is the senior minister of Walton Evangelical Church, Chesterfield, England. He has also written several other books, including Jesus: the Life-changer, Improving Your Quiet Time, and God, the Bible and Terrorism. He also preaches and teaches in Asia and the United States. He and his wife, Hazel, have two sons and one grandson.

Opening Up 2 Timothy

  • Author: Peter Williams
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 112

2 Timothy is the last letter the Apostle Paul ever wrote, and it contains his final counsel to Christian believers. From his opening words—grace, mercy and peace—to his closing blessing—grace be with you—his letter tersely counsels young Timothy what to do in the light of influences and pressures believers face as they live for God in difficult times. This easy-to-read guide to Paul’s letter may be used for group or individual study.

Peter Williams does not shirk hard issues, but neither does he dwell on them. He is not naïve about the difficulties facing Christians today, but he is not pessimistic about the future either—he is too wise a Christian and too wise a pastor for either. I gladly commend [this book] to many readers.

—Gary Benfold, pastor, Moordown Baptist Church, Bournemouth, England

Peter Williams is a Welshman from the town of Neath in South Wales. He is a graduate of the University of Wales and has degrees in theology and philosophy. He has served churches in England and Wales and has continued a preaching ministry since his retirement in 1997, now exercising oversight at Southbourne Evangelical Church in Bournemouth, England. In addition to this volume, he has authored several other books.

Opening Up Titus

  • Author: David Campbell
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 128

Think of the issues face by today’s church: establishing a well-functioning eldership, combating false teaching, upholding the importance of sound doctrine, how we are to live as Christian men and as Christian women, appreciating the grace of God in salvation, and looking forward to the coming again of our Lord Jesus. All these, and many other themes, are carefully and practically worked through in this helpful guide which opens up the message of Titus for us today.

David Campbell has written a helpful, practical and accessible commentary on Titus.

—Walter J. Chantry, editor, Banner of Truth

David Campbell was born and raised in Scotland and was converted to Christ as a child. During his bachelor’s degree at Glasgow University he felt a call to the gospel ministry and subsequently spent four years studying at the Free Church of Scotland College in Edinburgh. After being the pastor of the Geneva Road Evangelical Baptist Church in Darlington, England for 15 years, he began his ministry in Grace Baptist Church, Carlisle, Pennsylvania in 2002. He is the author of several books.

Opening Up Hebrews

  • Author: Philip Hacking
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 96

The letter to the Hebrews is a challenging document for our multi-faith age, with the book’s stress on the uniqueness of Jesus Christ in his person and work. In its call to come to Jesus “outside the camp,” it reminds us of the need for sacrifice in the Christian church. Yet it is full of the assurance of hope in Christ. In its context and in its relevance for today, Hebrews brings a special word to all who are in danger of losing heart or choosing the easy way in life. This book comes with a spiritual health warning!

Philip Hacking outlines the meaning of Hebrews clearly and helpfully and relates its message to many issues that face us.

Michael Plant, general secretary of the Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches

Philip Hacking received his BA and MA from Oxford. He served as an Anglican Minister, Vicar of Christ Church Fulwood, Sheffield, for almost 30 years and Rector of St Thomas’ Edinburgh for the prior 10 years. He also served as chairman of the Keswick Convention of Word Alive (Spring Harvest) and of Reform (action group within the Church of England).

Opening Up James

  • Author: Roger Ellsworth
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 174

Is there any useless religion around today? Do we see evidence of people merely going through the motions of religion, professing faith in Christ without any evidence of it showing up in their lives? If so, these are indications that we need the epistle of James today. Written by the half-brother of Jesus, this letter helps us attack stale, humdrum, useless religion. Among the many practical issues that James deals with are: suffering, the gap between hearing and doing, controlling the tongue, and resisting the world. Roger Ellsworth’s studies in this letter draw out the challenges for us as believers in the twenty-first century—here are lessons we badly need to hear today.

Roger Ellsworth has provided a worthy exposition that will facilitate thought-provoking interaction with this heart-probing letter.

—Bennie Tomberlin, pastor, First Baptist Church, Fairfield, Illinois

I recommend this book to my fellow-pastors who desire to rightly divide God’s Word, as well as to all students of the Bible, for their continual edification and growth.

—Patrick McGill, pastor, Poplar Heights Baptist Church, Jackson, Tennessee

Roger Ellsworth is currently living in Jackson, TN, and is serving as pastor of Parkview Baptist Church. He is the author of many books, including several titles in this collection.

Opening Up 2 Peter

  • Author: Clive Anderson
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 128

Words are the currency of civilization. They have a powerful effect in daily life by challenging, confronting, or comforting the hearer. Near the end of his life, Peter wrote this letter to first-century Christians, warning them of the danger they were in from those seeking to destroy the church of Jesus Christ with corrosive words. Today, the church is in danger of being marginalized by secular thought and practices. God’s people need to hear what the Spirit is saying through 2 Peter and take to heart its profound message.

Anderson is to be congratulated on producing such a helpful guide to 2 Peter—a guide that is clear and easy to follow. Not least among its attributes are its illustrations and helps for further study. This is an excellent book for those starting out on a deeper study of Scripture . . .

—William Gardner, pastor, Devonshire Drive Baptist Greenwich London

Clive Anderson is the pastor of the Butts Church in Alton, Hampshire, and a member of the British Museum Society, the British School of Archaeology in Iraq, the Egyptian Exploration Society and the Tyndale Society. He leads tours to the Middle East and Egypt and is the author of several books

Opening Up 2 & 3 John

  • Author: Terence Peter Crosby
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 96

2 and 3 John, the smallest books in the Bible, are often unjustly neglected. In this stimulating guide, which includes application and questions for reflection and discussion, Terence Crosby explores a range of topics in the light of what the apostle John had to say in these writings.

Terence Crosby simply and clearly unpacks the message with accurate comment, memorable divisions and warm application. I strongly commend his work to all who want to engage with John’s timeless encouragements and warnings.

Andy Paterson, senior pastor, Kensington Baptist Church, Bristol

Terence Peter Crosby holds a PhD in Classics from London University and formerly served as secretary of the Evangelical Library, London. In addition to this volume, Dr. Crosby has published several books.

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  • Title: Opening Up Commentary Collection
  • Publisher: Day One Publications
  • Volumes: 37
  • Pages: 5,132