With this volume, Dayton Keesee completes his comprehensive study of Jeremiah and adds to it his study of Lamentations, the prophet's eyewitness account of the destruction of Jerusalem. The message of God's judgment and mercy to His people is evident throughout both Jeremiah and Lamentations.
"In Jeremiah 26-52, Dayton Keesee continues his excellent explanation of the prophecies against Judah, expounds the prophecies against the nations, and concludes with the review of Judah's ruin. He then examines Lamentations, a tearful portrayal of the suffering and death of the people in Jerusalem as their city and the temple of the Lord are destroyed. Reading this commentary will enhance your understanding of the calamities brought on Judah by their willful refusal to listen to the inspired word of one of the Lord's greatest Prophets."
Don Shackleford, Th.D. Professor of Bible, Amridge University
Professor Emeritus, Harding University
TRUTH FOR TODAY COMMENTARY
"An easy-to-read commentary that applies the truth of the Scriptures to everyone's life."
The Truth for Today Commentary series is being written in an effort to complete a commentary on every book in the Bible. This series is being written by Bible professors and preachers of the churches of Christ, congregations dedicated to being the church that Jesus built. Using the NASB 1995 updated edition, each volume provides remarks on virtually every verse, and each chapter ends with an application section Which offers suggestions for developing sermons and Bible classes.
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Book Description 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0983709807