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The Church Pulpit Commentary: St. Matthew
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The Church Pulpit Commentary: St. Matthew


J. Nisbet & Co. 1908

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The Church Pulpit Commentary series includes work by various important members of the Anglican Church. In The Church Pulpit Commentary, St. Matthew, an assortment of ministers, theologians, and scholars provide short essays on selected verses of the Gospel of Matthew. A perfect study tool for pastors or teachers, this classic work includes a trove of powerful illustrations for sermons and lessons. To ease your sermon preparation even more, you’ll also find a reference guide at the beginning of each chapter, to help to you find the ideal illustration.

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Interested in more? You can find all 12 volumes of the Church Pulpit Commentary compiled in one collection.

Key Features

  • Provides written illustrations for use in sermons, Sunday School lessons or other teaching opportunities
  • Gathers the insights of various authors to provide numerous points of view
  • Includes reference guide at the beginning of each chapter

Essays Included

  • Two Great Truths
  • Penalty Paid, Power Crushed
  • The Fulness of Salvation

Product Details

  • Title: The Church Pulpit Commentary, St. Matthew
  • Editor: James Nisbet
  • Series: The Church Pulpit Commentary
  • Publisher: J. Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1908
  • Pages: 400

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