Gain a deeper biblical perspective on the spiritual disciplines, Christian living, and the Davidic psalms with timeless teaching from Matthew Henry—one of the most influential Bible teachers of all time. This collection combines some of his most sought after works with a stirring account of his ministry at Chester Chapel and the legacy he left behind. Highly influential in his own time and still very popular today, Matthew Henry dedicated his life to explaining the Bible so that people could live in light of its teaching.
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Matthew Henry (1662–1714) was an English Presbyterian minister. His father, also a minister, was ejected under the Act of Uniformity of 1662. Matthew Henry abandoned legal studies for theology and became the minister of a congregation in Chester. He founded the Presbyterian Chapel in Trinity Street. He is best known for his Commentary on the Bible.