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Addresses on the Song of Solomon
by H. A. Ironside, Litt. D.
Author of “Notes on Hebrews,” “Lectures on Romans,” “Colossians,” “Revelation,” etc., etc.
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A commentary on Song of Solomon.
Short Meditations on the Psalms,
Chiefly in their Prophetic Character.
J. G. Bellett.
“All things must be fulfilled which were written in the law of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the psalms, concerning Me.” — Luke 24: 44.
“David speaketh concerning Him.” — Acts 2: 25.
This is a commentary on Psalms by Bellett (Brethren).
The Threshold Grace
by Percy Ainsworth (1911)
11 Chapters on grace from the Psalms. Continue reading
Bustin He Careth for You
By Gerald Bustin
Summary of Bustin He Careth for You
In Bustin He Careth for You by Bustin (Missionary), he explores the different concepts presented in Psalm 23.
The Book of Job
by Ethelbert William Bullinger
Summary of Bullinger The Book of Job
In this commentary on the book of Job (Bullinger has 40 chapters), Bullinger (Brethren) does an extensive work. This module has a lot of OCR errors in it though.
The oldest lesson in the world, as seen in the Book of Job, is that man’s way is not necessarily God’s way. In this study, E. W. Bullinger shows how the perfect workmanship of God is exhibited in our lives, even in times of great adversity. This lesson is essential to enjoying peace with God for time and eternity.
Bullinger’s commentary on the most ancient book of the Bible offers insights into God’s work in our lives. The author also gives us a distinctive translation of the Book of Job with explanatory notes and follows the literary and critical style of the book. In addition, figures of speech and divine names and titles are given special attention. Every Bible student will find much practical help in this unique approach to the Book of Job. Continue reading