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practical commentary upon the First epistle of St. Peter, and other expository works.

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Bible. N.T. Peter, 1st. -- Comment
StatementTo which is prefixed a life of the author, by the Rev. John Norman Pearson.
ContributionsPearson, John Norman, 1787-1865.
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Volume: v () (Reprint) [Leatherbound] Leighton, Robert, A Practical Commentary Upon the First Epistle of Peter (eBook) And because the first is the groundwork and support of the other two, this first chapter is much occupied with persuading them of the truth of that mystery which they had received and did believe, 1 Peter.

MP3s by Chapter. Sermon Manuscripts and Commentaries. 2 Peter. The Practical Commentary upon the First Epistle of St. Peter by this able divine, may be justly reckoned among his more valuable works. It contains elucidations of many obscure and difficult passages, and then turns the whole into a channel of practical utility.

Verse 1. Observe here, 1. The author and penman of this epistle, described by his name, Simon Peter, the former given at his circumcision, the latter by Christ, upon the occasion of his confession, Matthew ; by his condition, a servant; by his office, an apostle by the author of his office, Jesus Christ.

Here note, That Christ only has an authoritative power to make apostles, ministers. Go To 1 Peter Index. Title: The letter has always been identified (as are most general epistles, like James, John and Jude), with the name of the author, Peter.

And with the notation that it was his first inspired letter. Author – Date: The opening verse of the epistle claims it was written by Peter, who was clearly the leader among Christ’s apostles. A Practical Commentary Upon the First Epistle of St. Peter — Highly Recommended.

Note: This almost page commentary is obviously a treatise of considerable depth (eg, there are 27 pages on the second verse of chapter 1!) You may not be familiar with Leighton but you will not be disappointed by the piety and scholarship of his 2 volume.

Author: Thomas Manton Publisher: ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF View: Get Books. A Practical Commentary Or An Exposition With Notes On The Epistle Of James eBook File: Book by Thomas Manton, A Practical Commentary Or An Exposition With Notes On The Epistle Of James Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.

Download A Practical Commentary. " Jude, like his brother James, denounces the sins of the tongue frequently in this short letter." [Note: Richard Wolff, A Commentary on the And other expository works.

book of Jude, pp Cf. 1 Corinthians ; 1 Corinthians ; 1 Corinthians ] What the false teachers did understand was the gratification of the flesh, and that would destroy them.

Practical commentary upon the First epistle of St. Peter, and other expository works. London, J. Duncan, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Leighton; John Norman Pearson.

The John Phillips Commentary Series is designed to provide pastors, Sunday school teachers, and students of the Scripture with doctrinally sound interpretation that emphasizes the practical application of Bible truth. Working from the familiar King James Version, Dr.

Phillips not only provides helpful commentary on the text, but also includes detailed outlines and numerous illustrations and. The Epistles Of Peter Adams, Jay E., Trust And Obey: A Practical Commentary On First Peter; Baker Book House, Barclay, William, The Daily Study Bible Series: The Letters Of James And Peter; The Westminster Press, Barnes, Albert, Notes On The New Testament, Explanatory And Practical: James, Peter, John And Jude; Baker Book House.

The Epistles Of Peter. Adams, Jay E., Trust And Obey: A Practical Commentary On First Peter; Baker Book House, Barclay, William, The Daily Study Bible Series: The Letters Of James And Peter; The Westminster Press, Barnes, Albert, Notes On The New Testament, Explanatory And Practical: James, Peter, John And Jude; Baker Book House, He preached in the same church as C.

Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews.

Presented here is a verse by verse exposition of the New Testament. An excellent short commentary on 1 Peter (in the Tyndale series). I thought the best part was the last 20 pages or so, where the author summarized the entire teaching of the epistle under the following headings: The Nature of God The Person and Work of Jesus Christ The Work of the Holy Spirit The People of God The Place of Suffering The Inevitability of God's Judgment The Final Open /5(1).

Peter in his first epistle {1 Peter } transfers the title from the Jewish people to the new Israel of God, who are "an elect race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for God’s own possession." In that passage, as in this, the Revisers have inserted the word God’s in order to signify whose possession the term signifies in.

A practical commentary upon the First epistle of St. Peter, and other 5 copies. A Practical Commentary upon the First Epistle General of Saint Peter. The Expository Works, With Other Remains, of Robert Leighton, D. 1 copy. The Select Works of Robert Leighton 1 copy. The First Epistle of St.

Peter the Apostle The first Epistle of St. Peter, though brief, contains much doctrine concerning Faith, Hope, and Charity, with divers instructions to all persons of what state or condition soever. The Apostle commands submission to rulers and superiors and exhorts all to the practice of a virtuous life in imitation, of Christ.

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PeterAuthor: Robert Leighton. Classic Commentaries and Studies on Philippians offers some of the most significant classic studies on the book of Philippians from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. With notable scholars such as F. Meyer, H.C.G.

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Moule, Alfred Plummer, and Henry Newland, Classic Commentaries and Studies on Philippians supplies over 9, pages of interpretation, observations, translations.

acknowledged as Peter’s from the very beginning Wherefore there can be no doubt that the first epistle of Peter was all along received as an inspired writing, by the whole Christian church.” Notes regarding Peter * Peter was also called Simon (Matthew ) and Cephas (John ).

He was called Bar-Jonah because his father was named Jonah. 6David L. Bartlett, “The First Letter of Peter: Introduction, Commentary, and Reflections,” in The New In-terpreter’s Bible, vol. 12 (Abingdon, ) While Bartlett himself regards 1 Peter as written by someone at the end of the first century (–), he is not greatly concerned with authorship, which he considers a matter of.

There is one author to whom his obligations are peculiarly great — ARCHBISHOP LEIGHTON. The index bears witness to the number of references to “The Practical Commentary upon the First Epistle General of St.

Peter; and, in perusing the Discourses, the. A Practical Commentary Upon the First Epistle of St. Peter, and Other Expository Works Volume 1 by. A Practical Commentary Upon the First Epistle of St. Peter, and Other Expository Works; Volume 2 by.

Robert Leighton, John Norman Pearson. Commentaries are also being assigned for important literary works in the categories of apocryphal and pseudepigraphical works relating to the Old and New Testaments, including some of Essene or Gnostic authorship.

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Roberti Leighton Archiep. Glascuensis. Expositor's Bible: The General Epistles of St. James and St. Jude (Plummer, Alfred) Expositor's Bible: The Epistles of St.

Peter (J. Rawson Lumby) Expositor's Bible: The Epistles of St. "THE FIRST EPISTLE OF PETER" Chapter Three OBJECTIVES IN STUDYING THIS CHAPTER 1) To examine the duties of wives and husbands to each other 2) To consider the duties that we have to one another as brethren in Christ 3) To see how one should prepare for persecution, motivated by the example of Christ 4) To note how and in what way baptism now.

1 Peter 5. This chapter concludes the epistle with exhortations concerning the eldership and the general attitude of submission and obedience for all (1 Peter ), ending with salutations and benediction (1 Peter .Sermons From First Peter 4 b.

This has caused some to conclude that Peter was writing to Jewish Christians c. Who were living in the regions of Asia Minor (modern day Turkey) - cf.

1 Pe 3. But there is good reason to believe that Peter was writing to ALL the Christians, both Jewish and Gentile, who were scattered throughout Asia Minor a.Peter Davids is a professor at St.

Stephen's University, and has also authored the commentary on James in the New International Greek Testament Commentary series. His work on 1 Peter is in the New International Commentary on the New Testament series (), with 2 Peter and Jude in the Pillar New Testament Commentary series ().