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On Books of the Bible
When I do Bible Commentaries . . .
I do verse by verse and bring all verses in the King James Version (KJV), followed by what that particular verse is saying to me. What I write will be a personal comment, what I believe the verse is saying. My comment is NOT Scripture.
I have always believed that the Bible is its own best commentary, so I bring MANY Scripture verses as references, found elsewhere in the Bible, that comments on the particular verse on which I am working.
I have written Christian literature for prison inmates since 1996. I found out very quickly that many of them have very little education. I myself have but little, so I know the big words of so many authors confuse and irritate those that do not have a college degree. So, I write that anyone can understand. We had a good friend years ago, a pastor, who said that he always preached so that a child could understand, then the others in the congregation were sure to understsnd too. I took his advice, and that is how I write . . . so that even a child can understand.
I would like to make a personal comment. I love the Lord Jesus with all my heart, soul, mind and strength. (Mk.12:30,33; Lk.10:27). There was a time that this was not so, even though I attended church regularly. Attending church does NOT make you a TRUE child of God. http://www.godcannotlie.org/true_children_of_god.htm
When I finally came to my senses, and really listened to an old man who had taught Sunday School for over 65 years, I accepted Jesus as my personal Saviour and Lord, as did my husband. As I look back, I now know that the pastor of that little church was NOT saved. I asked him after his sermon one Sunday: “How can I be saved?” His exact answer: “You have to keep working on it.” That is NOT the answer a saved man would have given me.
I despise cults and false doctrines that lead millions to Hell. I have taught the Bible for well over 40 years. I knew what my spiritual gift was almost immediately after I was saved in that tiny church, although I seriously questioned it at first. Why would God choose an uneducated nobody, when there are so many others, much better qualified? I did have questions! But as I increased in faith and wisdom, He gave me some answers. Now, I just gladly serve Him.
1 Corinthians 1:26-31 For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called: 27 But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty; 28 And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen, yea, and things which are not, to bring to nought things that are: 29 That no flesh should glory in his presence. 30 But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption: 31 That, according as it is written, He that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord. (KJV)
The reason I write this, is that sometimes I get pretty radical or testy on the subjects of false teachers and damnable heresies (2 Pet.2:1). I teach the Holy Word of God, and I believe everything God tells us there. I have a deep sense of fear for lost souls, because I KNOW where they all shall go. That is why I truly try to show people the right road to travel if they do not want to go to Hell. That right road is clearly shown to us in the Bible, and that is why I try so hard to get people on it.
The “Major Prophets” and “Minor Prophets” are how the Old Testament prophetic books are divided.
The Major Prophets are: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel.
The Minor Prophets are: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi.
The Major Prophets are called “major” because their books are longer and the content is considered by some as more important.
The Minor Prophets are described as “minor” because their books are shorter (although Hosea and Zechariah are almost as long as Daniel) and the content is considered less important. That does not mean the Minor Prophets were any less inspired than the Major Prophets. It just means that God chose to reveal more to the Major Prophets than He did to the Minor Prophets.
Both the Major and Minor Prophets are usually the least popular books of the Bible for "Christians" to read because of the constant warnings and condemnations recorded in the prophecies. But there is SO much value there for us all. In Isaiah and Micah, we read of Christ’s birth. In Isaiah, we also learn of Christ’s atoning sacrifice. In Ezekiel, Daniel and Zechariah, we learn of Christ’s Return. And my friend, in ALL the Major and Minor Prophets, we read over and over again of God’s grace, holiness, mercy and wrath, and the judgment He shall bring upon ALL the wicked, be they individuals or nations. ALL of God's Holy Word is certainly most worthy of our attention and consideration.
On Books of the Old Testament
The Minor Prophets: Hosea . Joel. Amos . Obadiah . Jonah . Micah . Nahum . Habakkuk . Zephaniah . Haggai . Zechariah . Malachi . Home Page
Book of Isaiah . . Isaiah's Mini-Bible
Isaiah Ch.1 . . Isaiah Ch.2 . . Isaiah Ch.3 . . Isaiah Ch.4 . . Isaiah Ch.5 . . Isaiah Ch.6 . . Isaiah Ch.7 . . Isaiah Ch.8 . . Isaiah Ch.9 . . Isa.Ch.10 . . Isa.Ch.11 . . Isa.Ch12 . . Home Page
JUDGMENT ON THE NATIONS . . . . . Isaiah Ch.13 . . Isaiah Ch.14 . . Isaiah Ch.15 . . Isaiah Ch.16 . . Isaiah Ch.17 . . Isaiah Ch.18 . . Isaiah Ch.19 . . Isaiah Ch.20 . . Isaiah Ch.21 . . Isaiah Ch.22 . . Isaiah Ch.23 . . Home Page
ISAIAH’S APOCALYPSE . . . . . Isaiah Ch.24 . . Isaiah Ch.25 . . Isaiah Ch.26 . . Isaiah Ch.27 . . Home Page
ISAIAH'S SIX WOES . . . Isaiah Ch.28 . . Isaiah Ch.29 . . Isaiah Ch.30 . . Isaiah Ch.31 . . Isaiah Ch.32 . . Isaiah Ch.33 . . Isaiah Ch.34 . . Isaiah Ch.35 . . Home Page
Isaiah's Historic Part . . Isaiah Ch.36 . . Isaiah Ch.37 . . Isaiah Ch.38 . . Isaiah Ch.39 . . Home Page
Isaiah Speaks of Messiah's Incarnation. . Isaiah Ch.40 . . Isaiah Ch.41 . . Isaiah Ch.42 . . Isaiah Ch.43 . . Isaiah Ch.44 . . Isaiah Ch.45 . . Isaiah Ch.46 . . Isaiah Ch.47 . . Isaiah Ch.48 . . Home Page
Isaiah's Introduction to the Suffering Servant
Isaiah's Suffering Servant Prophecy. . . Isaiah 52:13-53:12
Isaiah's Redemption Through the Suffering Servant . . . Isaiah Ch.49 . . Isaiah Ch.50 . . Isaiah Ch.51 . . Isaiah Ch.52 . . Isaiah Ch.53 . . Isaiah Ch.54 . . Isaiah Ch.55 . . Isaiah Ch.56 . . Isaiah Ch.57
Book of Daniel
Ch.1 . Ch.2 . Ch.3. Ch.4. Ch.5 . Ch.6 . Ch.7 . Ch.8 . Ch.9 . Ch.10 . Ch. 11. Ch.12 . Special Comments . Home Page
Book of Ezekiel
Eze.Ch.1 . . Eze.Ch.2 . . Eze.Ch.3. . Eze.Ch.4 . . Eze.Ch.5 . . Eze.Ch.6 . . Eze.Ch.7 . . Eze.Ch.8 . . Eze.Ch.9 . . Eze.Ch.10 . . Eze.Ch.11 . . Eze.Ch.12 . . Eze.Ch.13 . . Eze.Ch.14. . Eze.Ch.15 . . Eze.Ch.16 . . Eze.Ch.17 . . Eze.Ch.18 . . Eze.Ch.19 . . Eze.Ch.20 . . Eze.Ch.21 . . Eze.Ch.22 . . Eze.Ch.23 . . Eze.Ch.24 . . Eze.25 . . Eze.26 . . Eze.27 . . Eze.28 . . Eze.29 . . Home Page
On Books of the New Testament
Gospel of Matthew . Gospel of Mark . Gospel of Luke . Gospel of John . Acts . Romans . 1 Corinthians . 2 Corinthians . Galatians . Ephesians . Philippians . Colossians . 1 Thessalonians . 2 Thessalonians . 1 Timothy . 2 Timothy . Titus . Philemon . Hebrews . James . First Peter . Second Peter . First John . 2 John . 3 John . Jude . Revelation
Sermon on the Mount
Also see: Bible Study Booklets
On The Gospel Of Jesus Christ
The Gospel of Jesus Christ
TRUE Children of God