In the Gospels, Jesus likens the kingdom of heaven to many things. A sower, a mustard seed, hidden treasure, fine pearls, a fishing net, yeast—the parables that mystified the disciples 2,000 years ago still form deep wells for discussion and teaching today. This collection features some of the best commentaries and studies on the kingdom of God and heaven from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Unfold the mystery with scholars like Arthur W. Pink, Ernest F. Scott, and Alexander Balmain Bruce, and over 3,000 pages of commentary, criticism, context, interpretation, and application. This collection is an excellent resource for impactful illustrations, filled with thoughts on the eternal implications of our momentary lives.
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