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Herbert Lockyer Collection (6 vols.)

Format: Digital
Publisher:
, 1995–2004

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The classic “All” series books have graced the shelves of pastors, students, and laypeople alike for decades. These detailed studies offer a faithful and comprehensive treatment of biblical subjects including eschatology, music, angels, and the Holy Spirit.

  • Examines the biblical references to the Holy Spirit
  • Includes a detailed study of the book of Revelation
  • Surveys the songs, musical methods, and instruments of the Bible

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All About the Holy Spirit

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The classic “All” series books have graced the shelves of pastors, students, and laypeople alike for decades. All about The Holy Spirit continues in the series’ tradition of offering a faithful and comprehensive treatment of biblical subjects.

In this work, Dr. Herbert Lockyer examines virtually every biblical reference to the Holy Spirit. He explores the Holy Spirit as part of the Trinity and the Holy Spirit in relationship to the believer. As part of the divine Trinity, the Holy Spirit is one with the Father and the son and yet has a unique personality and function. “He who is the breath of God" also has a special relationship to the believer; He enables the believer to live a Spirit-filled life evidenced by the fruit and fullness of the Spirit. Lockyer writes, “A deficient study of the third Person of the Trinity has resulted in dryness of spiritual experience.” This book offers a solution. Lockyer’s careful study is coupled with a warm pastoral approach, making this book food for the mind and heart.

All About the Second Coming

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The classic “All” series books have graced the shelves of pastors, students, and laypeople alike for decades. All about The Second Coming continues in the series’ tradition of offering a faithful and comprehensive treatment of biblical subjects.

Herbert Lockyer opens this work with disturbing words:

“The doctrine of the Second Coming is one of the most abused and distorted in the Bible.”

To correct these abuses and distortions, he undertakes a detailed study of the book of Revelation. “Let us,” he says, “read what the Bible has to say about Christ’s coming, taking every reference at its face value." Section by section—sometimes verse by verse—he traces what this mysterious book says about the history of the world from Pentecost to the Rapture of the Church, from the Tribulation to the Great White Throne. He sheds light on often-troubling images and descriptions, helping readers feel as if they understand the message of Revelation. An appendix describes the rich significance of the many numbers appearing in Revelation, and the scripture index aids readers in finding answers to their specific questions.

All God’s Comfort

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The classic “All” series books have graced the shelves of pastors, students, and laypeople alike for decades. All God’s Comfort continues the series’ tradition of offering a faithful and comprehensive treatment of biblical subjects.

All God’s Comfort explores the divine work of comforting those who suffer the effects of this fallen world. With an approach that is both pastoral and practical, Lockyer uses Scripture and the writings of scholars, poets, and hymnists to encourage those who need comforting. He also provides guidance to those who seek to become comforters and describes the individual and community benefits of doing so.

All the Angels in the Bible

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The classic “All” series books have graced the shelves of pastors, students, and laypeople alike for decades. All the Angels in the Bible continues in the series’ tradition of offering a faithful and comprehensive treatment of biblical subjects.

This is a book of angel stories. It describes in detail angelic encounters with men and women through thousands of years—from our first parents, Adam and Eve, in the Garden of Eden, to the last words of angels spoken to the apostle John during his imprisonment on the remote island of Patmos. This is about all the angels in the Bible, their nature, and their ministry.

Lockyer shows us that the Bible speaks clearly about angels. He lists every biblical reference to angels and describes the angels of the Old Testament and the angels of the New Testament. Through angels, God has provided for centuries of believers. Lockyer’s book encourages us that god will continue this provision.

All the Music of the Bible

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An Exploration of Musical Expression in Scripture and in the Church.

In All the Music of the Bible, Rev. Herbert Lockyer Jr. presents the songs, musical methods, and instruments employed by the people of God. His insights into biblical theology include musical analogies and cover the many functions of musical expression. Lockyer also reviews the music of the church from the New Testament through the Reformation. Illustrations of the musical instruments mentioned in the Bible, and descriptions of their sounds and uses in worship will whet the appetites of musicians, music-lovers, and Christians with a song in their hearts for all the music of the Bible.

All the Music of the Bible is part of the classic “All” series books that have graced the shelves of pastors, students, and lay people for decades. This book continues the series’ tradition of offering a faithful and comprehensive treatment of biblical subjects.

The Bible abounds in praise and reverberates with the music of heaven. Glance over its sacred pages, and you will find that its psalms outweigh its sighs. Passages speaking of war, suffering, sorrow, strife, fears, and of all that destroys the music of the soul are few in comparison with the multitude of references to praise, joy, singing, happiness, gladness, and peace. No matter where you turn in the Bible, melody predominates over misery and songs over sobs.

This is a melodious offering that should find its way on to the shelves of every church library. It will be music to the ears of students and pastors for its straightforward and unpretentious style. It is the everyperson’s comprehensive source on Biblical music, leaving the minutiae to other sources and providing a well-rounded and inclusive foundation that will inspire readers to spend more time making music that reading about it.

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All the Teachings of Jesus

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The classic “All” series books have graced the shelves of pastors, students, and laypeople alike for decades. All the Teachings of Jesus continues in the series’ tradition of offering a faithful and comprehensive treatment of biblical subjects.

Herbert Lockyer begins this enlightening book by writing that the words of Jesus “were not only ‘thoughts that breathe, and words that burn,’ but mighty words that were to shape the destinies of men and nations.” With the wisdom that comes from years of preaching and studying the Bible, Herbert Lockyer provides his readers with insights into the teachings of Jesus and encourages us to allow those teachings to shape our lives.

One of Jesus’ main purposes during his time on earth was to teach. In this useful, heart touching book, Herbert Lockyer examines the nature and authority of the Great Teacher himself. He points readers to the life giving words Jesus spoke to his disciples and the multitudes. Jesus taught on a variety of topics that are as significant to believers today as they were then: sin, forgiveness, money, sickness and death, love, ministry, and many more. In his teaching Jesus invited repentance and belief in the gospel, and he instructed his followers in how to live sanctified lives.

Herbert Lockyer (1886–1985) was an internationally known preacher and the author of approximately fifty books. A British Baptist minister, he graduated from Glasgow Bible College and received doctoral degrees from Northwestern Evangelical seminary and the International Academy in London.

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