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      The term, the conversion of the world, is nowhere used in the Bible. That there is, according to the predictions of God's Holy Word, a wonderful future in store for the earth, when nations will learn war no more, but learn righteousness instead, and worsh ... read more

A Glorious Vision
      THE Epistle to the Hebrews, this profound and blessed portion of the Holy Scriptures, unfolds a most wonderful vision of the Person, the Glory and the great Redemption work of our adorable Lord. The portion of the Epistle which is the richest in this resp ... read more

A Mystery Made Known
      We have reached the final answer to the question: "Hath God cast away His people." As the seventh and last proof of Israel's glorious future, it is the completest of all. "For I do not wish you to be ignorant, brethren, of this mystery, that ye be not wis ... read more

A Vision of the King
      ONE of the most blessed occupations for the believer is the prayerful searching of God's holy Word to discover there new glories and fresh beauties of Him, who is altogether lovely. Shall we ever find out all which the written Word reveals of Himself and ... read more

An Interlude: Zionism
      Towards the close of the Nineteenth Century appeared a most significant Jewish national revival. It had faint beginnings, but has now assumed most surprising proportions. As never before the eyes of millions of Jews look now towards Palestine as their hom ... read more

Anno 1922 and 1928—and Down—Down —Still Going Down
      In spite of the terrible conditions in Europe and the United States, the political and social unrest, as well as moral declension, the optimism of evolution prevailed, and the nice little saying of a certain Dr. Coue, who fooled himself and others—"Bett ... read more

Be of Good Cheer
      "BE of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid" (Matthew xiv:27). "Let not your heart be troubled; ye believe in God believe also in Me. In my father's house are many mansions; if it were not so I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if ... read more

Belshazzar's Feast and the Fall of Babylon
      The history of this chapter is so well known that we need not to relate it in full. It was in the year 538 B. C. that this happened. The end of the Babylonian captivity was almost reached and Belshazzar was reigning over the empire. He was the grandson of ... read more

Christ's Resurrection Song
      WHEN the blessed Lord appeared in the midst of His disciples and they beheld the risen One in His glorified body of flesh and bones and He ate before them, He told them that all things which were written in the Law of Moses, and the Prophets and in the Ps ... read more

Daniel and His Companions in Babylon
      This chapter forms the introduction to the Book. In the foreground stands the sad history of Jerusalem. In the third year of the reign of Jehoiakim king of Judah, came Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon unto Jerusalem and besieged it. And the Lord gave Jeh ... read more

Daniel's Night Visions and Their Meaning
      In the second chapter we learned that the dream of Nebuchadnezzar was occasioned by the desire of that Monarch to know what should come to pass hereafter. The visions of Daniel must have been given to him for a similar reason. He too desired knowledge abo ... read more

Epistle to Philemon
      This beautiful little letter addressed by Paul to Philemon does not occupy the right place in the New Testament. It should be put after the Epistle to the Colossians, for it was written at the same time as that Epistle. Tychicus carried from Rome the two ... read more

Epistle to the Colossians
      Colossae was a city of Phrygia, a district in Asia Minor. It was pleasantly located in the valley of the Lycus, a branch of the Meander. Two other cities are also mentioned in this Epistle to the Colossians, the cities of Laodicea and Hierapolis (4:13). L ... read more

Epistle to the Ephesians
      The city of Ephesus was situated in Lydia on the River Cayster, about forty miles from Smyrna. It was a place of considerable commerce and also noted for its magnificent temple of Artemis, which was from very ancient times the center of the worship of tha ... read more

Epistle to the Galatians
      This epistle was addressed to the churches in Galatia. The authorship of this document has never been doubted and it has been well stated that "whoever is prepared to deny the genuineness of this epistle, would pronounce on himself the sentence of incapac ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 1
      Analysis and Annotations I. CHRIST, THE SON OF GOD AND His GLORY CHAPTER 1-2:4 1. The Son in whom God hath spoken (1:1-4) 2. So much better than the angels (1:5-14) 3. Admonition and warning (2:1-4) Verses 1-6 Sublime is the beginning of th ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 10
      1. The all-sufficiency of the one offering (10:1-18) 2. Exhortations (10:19-25) 3. Warning (10:26-31) 4. Encouragements (10:32-39) Verses 1-18 The precious truth the apostle has unfolded in the preceding chapters concerning Christ, His one ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 11
      1. Faith in regard to creation and salvation (11:1-7) 2. The patience of faith (11:8-22) 3. The energy of faith (11:23-40) Verses 1-7 The disastrous effect of unbelief has been pointed out in the earlier part of this epistle (3:12, 19; 4:2) as ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 12
      1. Looking away unto Jesus (12:1-2) 2. The Contradiction of sinners (12:3-4) 3. Chastened as sons (12:5-11) 4. Exhortations (12:12-17) 5. The end of faith (12:18-24) 6. The final warning (12:25-29) Verses 1-2 "Therefore seeing we also ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 13
      1. The practical walk (13:1-6) 2. The call to separation (13:7-16) 3. Conclusions (13:17-25) Verses 1-6 No comment is needed on the simple exhortations with which this concluding chapter of this Epistle begins. Brotherly love stands in the for ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 2
      1. The Man crowned with glory and honor (2:5-9) 2. His humiliation, suffering and the results (2:10-18) Verses 5-9 Angels are once more mentioned and the fact is stated first of all that angels are not called of God to reign: "Unto the angels hat ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 3
      1. As Son over the house of God, greater than Moses (3:1-6) 2. The danger of unbelief (3:7-13) 3. The need of faith (3:14-19) Verses 1-6 He now addresses believing Hebrews as "holy brethren and partakers of the heavenly calling," and exhorts t ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 4
       Verses 1-11 "Let us therefore fear, lest, a promise being left of entering into His rest, any one of you might seem to come short of it. For unto us was the gospel preached as well as unto them, but the word preached did not profit them, not being mi ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 5
      1. What the High Priest is and represents (5:1-4) 2. The fulfillment in Christ made High Priest (5:5-10) 3. The spiritual condition of the Hebrew-Christians (5:11-14) Verses 1-4 In developing the priesthood of Christ and showing how it excels ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 6
      1. Return to Judaism the crucifixion of the Son of God afresh (6:1-8) 2. Persuaded of better things: Comfort and hope (6:9-20) Verses 1-8 A solemn warning follows, addressed to these Hebrews who were halting and in danger of turning back to Judai ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 7
      1. The priesthood of Melchisedec in contrast with the Levitical priesthood (7:1-19) 2. The holy and heavenly priesthood of Christ (7:20-28) Verses 1-19 The interrupted argument concerning the priesthood of Christ is now resumed. It connects with ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 8
      1. Christ, the High Priest (8:1-6) 2. The old covenant and the new (8:7-13) Verses 1-6 The new priesthood which the better priest exerciseth in heaven furthermore implies also a change in the sacrifices and in the covenant. This is now more fully ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Chapter 9
      1. The first tabernacle and its worship (9:1-10) 2. The blood and the perfect work accomplished (9:11-23) 3. The Priest in heaven (9:24-28) Verses 1-10 The Spirit of God now brings forth the greatest and most blessed facts concerning Christ, t ... read more

Epistle to the Hebrews - Introduction
      Introduction This Epistle presents many problems. Some refuse to call it an Epistle and look upon it as a treatise, but the leading question is about the author of this document. It is anonymous; the writer has carefully concealed his identity. It is the ... read more

Epistle to the Philippians
      The city of Philippi was built as a military position by Philip the Great of Macedon to keep the wild Thracians in check, which were the neighbors of the Macedonians. Later it became a Roman colony by Augustus, as a memorial of his victory over Brutus and ... read more

Epistle to the Philippians - Part 2
      III. CHRIST, THE OBJECT AND THE GOAL CHAPTER 3 1. The true circumcision (3:1-3) 2. Paul's past experience (3:4-7) 3. The one passion (3:8-11) 4. Pressing towards the mark (3:12-16) 5. The goal of glory (3:17-21) Verses 1-3 Finally (or, ... read more

Epistle to Titus
      Titus, to whom this Epistle is addressed, was a Greek convert of the apostle (Titus 1:4; Gal. 2:3). We have little knowledge of him. From the Epistle to the Galatians we know that he accompanied Paul and Barnabas in their journey to Jerusalem to attend th ... read more

Epistles of James - Chapter 1
      I. TRIALS AND THE EXERCISE OF FAITH CHAPTER 1 1. Trials and the power of faith (1:1-4) 2. The resources of faith (1:5-8) 3. The realization of faith (1:9-11) 4. The conquest of faith (1:12-15) 5. The result of faith (1:16-27) Verses 1-4 ... read more

Epistles of James - Chapter 2
      1. The faith of Christ with respect to persons (2:1-5) 2. The royal law (2:6-13) 3. Faith must be manifested by works (2:14-26) Verses 1-5 Here we have the synagogue mentioned, sufficient evidence that these Jewish believers were still gatheri ... read more

Epistles of James - Chapter 3
      1. The tongue and its work (3:1-12) 2. The wisdom which is earthly and the wisdom that is from above (3:13-18) Verses 1-12 The practical character of this Epistle is still more evidenced by the contents of this chapter. The tongue is the member o ... read more

Epistles of James - Chapter 4
      1. Fightings and worldliness rebuked (4:1-6) 2. The Godly walk (4:7-17) Verses 1-6 A strong rebuke follows the statements concerning the wisdom from beneath and the wisdom from above. It must be borne in mind that these exhortations are addressed ... read more

Epistles of James - Chapter 5
      1. The oppression by the rich and their coming doom (5:1-6) 2. Be patient unto the coming of the Lord (5:7-12) 3. The prayers of faith and the life of faith (5:13-20) Verses 1-6 The two classes whom James addresses stand out very prominently i ... read more

Epistles of James - Introduction
      Introduction The Epistles of James, First and Second Peter, the three Epistles of John and the Epistle of Jude constitute the so-called Catholic, or General Epistles. They were thus named in earliest days, and in the ancient manuscripts these seven Epist ... read more

First Epistle of John - Chapter 1
      The opening verses of this Epistle are very precious and are the key to the whole Epistle. Three Scriptures speak of what was in the beginning. "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth" (Gen. 1:1). This is the beginning of all things which ... read more

First Epistle of John - Chapter 2
      1. God is light; walking in darkness and in light (1:5-7) 2. What the light manifests (1:8-10) 3. The advocacy of Christ to maintain the fellowship (2:1-2) 4. The tests of fellowship (2:3-17) Chapter 1:5-7 The message they had heard of Him and ... read more

First Epistle of John - Chapter 3-5
      1. Hereby we know that we are of the truth (3:19-24) 2. Hereby know ye the Spirit of God (4:1-4) 3. Hereby know we the Spirit of truth and of error (4:5-6) 4. The Love manifested toward us (4:7-19) 5. The final tests as to the possession of et ... read more

First Epistle of John - Introduction
      Introduction This Epistle is not addressed to any one church nor does it mention, like the other New Testament Epistles, the author of the document; it is anonymous. We are not left in doubt who penned this Epistle in spite of its anonymous character. Th ... read more

First Epistle of Peter - Chapter 1
      1. The introduction and doxology (1:1-5) 2. Suffering and the coming glory (1:6-9) 3. As revealed in the prophets (1:10-12) 4. Exhortations to holy living (1:13-21) Verses 1-5 As stated in the introduction, Peter writes to believing Jews in ... read more

First Epistle of Peter - Chapter 2
      1. The new birth (1:22-25) 2. Spiritual growth (2:1-3) 3. The privileges of believers as the holy and royal priesthood (2:4-10) Verses 22-25 The relationship of those who are thus redeemed, whose faith and hope is in God, who raised Him from t ... read more

First Epistle of Peter - Chapter 3-4
       2. Few saved as illustrated by Noah's preaching (3:18-22) 3. The new life in its transforming power (4:1-11) 4. Suffering and glory (4:12-19) Verses 10-17 The words which stand in the beginning of this section are quoted from Psalm 34:12-16. ... read more

First Epistle of Peter - Chapter 5
      1. As to Christian service (5:1-7) 2. Conflict and victory (5:8-11) 3. The conclusion (5:12-14) Verses 1-7 Peter now speaks in great tenderness exhorting to service. The exhortation is addressed to the elders and he speaks of himself as a "fel ... read more

First Epistle of Peter - Introduction
      Introduction The genuineness of this Epistle is confirmed by the most ancient sources. Polycarp, who was personally acquainted with the Apostle John, cites the Epistle of Peter. Papias of Hierapolis made use of the Epistle likewise. This was about the mi ... read more

First Epistle to the Corinthians - Chapter 1
      Analysis and Annotations I. THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD. SEPARATION AND TESTIMONY. CHAPTERS 1-10 1. What Grace has Done and the Assurance Grace Gives. 1:1-9. In the opening verse of this epistle the Apostle Paul associates with himself the name of Sosthen ... read more

First Epistle to the Corinthians - Chapter 10
      1. Warnings from Israel's past history. (10:4-7). 2. Exhortations. (10:15-33). The same subject is continued with this chapter. The concluding paragraph of the previous chapter is illustrated from Israel's history, as the professing people of God. W ... read more

First Epistle to the Corinthians - Chapter 11
      1. The Headship of Christ and of the Man; Position of Woman. 1-16. 2. The Lord's Supper. 17-31. The opening verse belongs to the preceding chapter. And now after the church in relation to the world had been treated by the Apostle in the first part o ... read more

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