In this volume, Cyril J. Barber digs into 1 Samuel, providing an engaging commentary with a balance of exegesis, contextual information, and practical applications for today.
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“Sin works its own punishment. When persistently followed, it hardens the heart, deadens the conscience, atrophies faith, and plunges the sinner to ever-increasing depths so that repentance (except by a miracle of God’s grace) becomes impossible. These are the natural consequences of waywardness, but they are also in accordance with God’s eternal law.” (Page 57)
“earnest believers do not invest the time needed to develop a Biblical approach to life.” (Page 35)
“God’s intent for Israel’s kings to foreshadow the reign of the Lord Jesus Christ” (Page 23)
“himself. Scripture knows nothing of the divine right of kings. When” (Page 22)
Cyril J. Barber is pastor emeritus of Plymouth Church in Whittier, California. He has served as a visiting professor in biblical studies at Talbot Theological Seminary, professor of bibliography at the International School of Theology in Arrowhead Springs, California. He is the author of over 30 books, including numerous commentaries, The Minister’s Library, God Has the Answer, Through the Valley of Tears, Introduction to Theological Research, and Vital Encounter.