Bellett, J.G. – Notes from Meditations on Luke

Bellett, J.G. – Notes from Meditations on Luke is a commentary on Luke by Bellett (Brethren). His comments are more or less chapter overview and brief.

Notes from Meditations on Luke.
By J. G. Bellett.
(Attributed to Present Testimony, Part 65, August, 1866.)




Cummings Through the Eternal Spirit: A Biblical Study on the Holy Ghost is a 25 chapter work on the Holy Spirit from 1896. NT and OT verses. Some Chapters: 4. The Spirit in the Word, 7. Pentecost: What it was, and what it did, 9. What Pentecost was for the church, 10. Pentecost in relation to the individual believer now, 11. "Baptism in the Spirit:" His being received, His "falling" on men, and other expressions. 21. Power. 23. Temples of the Holy Spirit. 315 pages.
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CONTENTS

Luke 1 and Luke 2
Luke 3, Luke 4, and Luke 5
Luke 6 and Luke 7
Luke 8
Luke 9
Luke 10
Luke 11
Luke 12
Luke 13
Luke 14 and Luke 15
Luke 16
Luke 17
Luke 18
Luke 19 and Luke 20
Luke 20 and Luke 21
Luke 22
Luke 23
Luke 24

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