The well-respected Bible teacher and founder of Radio Bible Class, M. R. DeHaan, presents these devotional commentaries on Bible books and topics that will be appreciated by lay readers as well as pastors and teachers.
This 11 book series from Discovery House/Kregel Publications contains more than 2,100 pages of commentary by a very popular Bible teacher. The content is non-technical and is ideally suited for the layperson, Sunday school teacher or pastor who uses application in his preaching. Anyone preaching or teaching through the book of Genesis will find loads of valuable illustrations and application in the first two volumes alone!
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The prominence of Abraham in the pages of Genesis shows what a strategic place he holds in the revelation of God’s plan of salvation and illustrates this biblical truth: Salvation is achieved through faith alone. Dr. M. R. De Haan studies highlights from Abraham’s life for lessons you can apply to your life today.
These 26 studies reflect the author's thorough and biblical approach. They are practical in application, however, and are accessible to Christian readers of all levels.
The last published book by one of America’s most beloved Bible teachers, Portraits of Christ in Genesis explores the lives of Adam, Abel, Isaac, Joseph and other figures from Genesis as prophetic types of the life and ministry of Jesus.
Anyone interested in the subject of Old Testament typology and prophetic themes will find Portraits in Genesis to be a rich source of insight and inspiration.
The Old Testament book of Ruth is a beautiful love story, but much more. The history of Israel fits perfectly the story of Ruth. Dr. M. R. De Haan explains the prophetic picture Ruth represents and helps you apply its rich lessons to your life.
Some of the topics included in this devotional exposition are "Israel Among the Nations," The Christian Debt to the Jew," The Pretribulation Rapture," and "The Missing Bride."
Daniel the Prophet is a rich source of insight and inspiration for anyone interested in Old Testament prophecy. This devotional commentary presents the major themes of Daniel’s personal history and prophetic visions from a dispensational perspective.
Dr. M. R. De Haan originally delivered these studies as a series of radio messages. Each is scholarly in depth and insight, but easily understood by Christian readers of all levels.
This devotional commentary on the book of Acts surveys the beginnings of the early church and the Spirit-directed spread of the gospel.
Adapted from M. R. De Haan's popular ministry on the Radio Bible Class broadcast, these twenty-six studies reflect the author’s thorough and biblical approach. They are practical in application, however, and are accessible to Christian readers of all levels.
This devotional commentary explores the main theme and important passages of the apostle Paul’s letter to the early church in Corinth.
The author opens 1 Corinthians for a biblical perspective on such divisive issues as lawsuits, sexual purity, and discipline. Anyone interested in the study of spiritual maturity and the church as the body of Christ will find Studies in First Corinthians to be a rich source of insight and inspiration.
To understand the glorious truth of the pure grace of God and the believer’s freedom in Christ, study Galatians under the capable instruction of the late Dr. M. R. De Haan, one of America’s most beloved Bible teachers.
This devotional commentary explores the main theme and important passages of the apostle Paul’s letter to the early church in Galatia.
The heart of Hebrews concerns the necessity of Christian maturity: This problem of first-century Christians is still a problem today. Use this study in Hebrews as a guide to show you how to become spiritually mature and useful to God.
If you think the book of Revelation can’t be explained in a sharply-edged, comprehensible way, maybe it’s because you haven’t read Dr. De Haan’s articulate exploration. When Dr. De Haan devoted 35 radio sermons on the subject, the listener response was extraordinary. Those sermons, recorded over 30 years ago, make up this illuminating book.
This devotional commentary examines history’s unfolding through the lens of Scripture. This is an excellent guide to help you pursue a biblical understanding of current events.
For nearly 2,000 years skeptics have scoffed at the imminent return of Jesus Christ. But the Bible affirms His second coming. This devotional commentary explores the Bible’s teaching on the Second Coming of Christ by examining six great truths about the return of the Lord.
M. R. De Haan, M.D. (1891-1965) spoke to millions of listeners each week for some twenty-seven years on the Radio Bible Class. His academic training included a degree from Hope College, a medical degree from the University of Illinois Medical College, and further study at Western Theological Seminary. He was the author of more than twenty books and countless daily devotionals in Our Daily Bread, published by RBC Ministries of Grand Rapids, Michigan.