What The Bible Teaches: Exodus (Paperback)
By: John Grant
Exodus is the book of redemption, describing the servitude of the people of Israel, the interest of God in their sufferings and groaning, the work of God in bringing about their deliverance, and the great truth of salvation effected by blood.
But the narrative does not end there! Deliverance from the penalty of sin has been brought about, but at the Red Sea there is deliverance from the power of Egypt, a symbol of the power of sin. The Israelites then travel into the wilderness where lessons have to be learned in the school of God. Such an account cannot fail to grip the heart of all Christians who have a desire to get to know God in a closer way.
The contributors are well known Bible teachers, competent in handling the Scriptures publicly and ‘able to teach others also.’ The style is both expository and practical and each commentary has been written specifically for the Series. The commentaries are to be commended and will prove to be helpful, practical and challenging to the believer who is interested to learn of God’s ways in the Old Testament.
The What the Bible Teaches Ritchie Old Testament Commentaries are being published as companions to the Series on the New Testament, which was widely appreciated and provided a much-needed resource for the Bible student interested in a clear and concise exposition of the Scriptures:
WTBT Leviticus & Deuteronomy
WTBT Joshua, Judges & Ruth
WTBT 1 & 2 Samuel (2014)
WTBT 1 & 2 Kings (2015)
WTBT 1 & 2 Chronicles (2013)
WTBT Ezra, Nehemiah & Esther
WTBT Proverbs & Ecclesiastes
WTBT Song of Solomon & Isaiah
WTBT Jeremiah & Lamentations
WTBT Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah & Micah
WTBT Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah & Malachi
Page Count: 511
Book Size: 6.5×9.75″
Publisher: John Ritchie Ltd
Author: Grant, John