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by Philip Graham Ryken

Category: Bible Study and Reference
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Author: Philip Graham Ryken
ISBN: 1433535513
ISBN13: 978-1433535512
Language: English
Publisher: Crossway; Redesign edition (November 30, 2012)
Pages: 832
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Philip Graham Ryken does a wonderful job with the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations.

Philip Graham Ryken does a wonderful job with the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. He takes two difficult books and brings them to life and makes it a great joy to want to read and dig deeper into the truths that abound in Jeremiah. Dr. Ryken is a faithful scholar whose exegesis is accurate and practical.

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832 pages, hardcover from Crossway.

Includes updated ESV Scripture references and three indices. 832 pages, hardcover from Crossway. Jeremiah and Lamentations: From Sorrow to Hope (Preaching the Word) (9781433548802) by Philip Graham Ryken, R. Kent Hughes.

Through faithful exposition, Ryken reveals the gospel’s promise that even in the midst of God's judgment, mercy and grace will have the final word. Part of the Preaching the Word series. Author: Philip Graham Ryken (DPhil, University of Oxford) is the eighth president of Wheaton College

Series: Preaching the Word Categories: Jeremiah Lamentations Tags: Pastoral.

Series: Preaching the Word Categories: Jeremiah Lamentations Tags: Pastoral. Pages: 832 pages Publisher: Crossway Books Published: 2001 ISBN-10: 1581341679 ISBN-13: 9781581341676. His theological perspective is distinctly Evangelical and Reformed.

Now with ESV Scripture references. ISBN13:9781433548802.

Jeremiah and Lamentations (Redesign): From Sorrow to Hope. Redesign) - Philip Graham Ryken. The Doctrines of Grace: Rediscovering the Evangelical Gospel. James Montgomery Boice. These are not good days for the evangelical church, and anyone who steps back from what is going on for a moment to try to evaluate our life and times will understand ­that. In the last few years a number of important books have been published all trying to understand what is happening, and they are saying much the same thing even though the authors come from fairly different backgrounds and are doing different work.

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The “Weeping Prophet,” the rabbis said, began wailing the moment he was born. Jeremiah had reason to weep—he witnessed the devastating consequences of life without God.

Sadly, the relativism Jeremiah saw in ancient Israel predominates in America today. That’s why his words are so relevant for our lives. Better than anyone else, Jeremiah exemplifies—through his courage, passion, even his sufferings—how believers can live for God in a society that has turned against Him.

While the book of Jeremiah shared the last, desperate days of the Jerusalem he loved, Lamentations expresses the cries of his heart. Yet they reveal more than the prophet’s grief—they are an attempt to reflect on the meaning of human suffering. Lamentations gives voice to the deepest agonies, with the hope that some comfort may come from crying out to God for mercy. Together the two books illustrate the eternal principle that man reaps what he sows.

It is a lesson the world—and the church—needs to learn. With the heart of a pastor and the knowledge of a scholar, Philip Graham Ryken applies these words of life to us today. His commentary will not only help you understand and teach from these spiritually relevant books, but also it will inspire you with the courage and passion of God’s personal call for you to live in these times.

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Snake Rocking
The Preaching the Word Series of commentaries is always one of the first series that I turn to when I start the preparation for a teaching series with my students. R. Kent Hughes and his group of scholars / pastors has never disappointed.

Philip Graham Ryken does a wonderful job with the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. He takes two difficult books and brings them to life and makes it a great joy to want to read and dig deeper into the truths that abound in Jeremiah. His writing is based on a sermon series that he has preached and thus you get not just commentary on the text, but good application and story points that he used to help others understand the book of Jeremiah.

I found a good focus on the fact that Israel and Judah had sinned and continued to sin, but God had only one requirement, that they "turn" from their way and come back to Him. While there is often judgment that is being declared, God is always quick to point out that He will accept them back if they just turn from sin and return to Him.

Then when it becomes evident that the people are not going to turn God reassures Jeremiah that whether the nation turns or not will not matter, He will reserve for Himself a remnant by which He will fulfill the Covenant with Abraham.

This commentary is readable for Pastors and laymen alike. Each will find helpful information and be inspired by how the text reaches out to us even today with lessons and applications that we all need to learn and live by.

Don't be overwhelmed by the size of the book, Jeremiah is a long and difficult book and to do it justice we needed a commentary that was this long. But once you start reading you will find it goes quickly and you will be excited about what you are learning.

Thank you Philip for sharing your preaching ministry with us through excellent writing.

Enjoy!
Steelraven
I like using this commentary series, and own several as important pieces to my sermon preparation. Of the ones I am familiar with, this one proved to be the most exciting and the most useful. It is difficult to maintain one's diligence and attention during a verse-by-verse study of a book as long as Jeremiah, but Ryken does an admirable job.

The stated purpose of this series is "unqualified commitment to biblical authority, clear exposition of Scripture, readability, and practical application." Having worked through the entire series of sermons on Jeremiah and most the sermon on Lamentations I can say this book delivered on every count. I especially appreciated the evidence of serious exegetical and theological work having been done in the background, and Ryken's ability to make Jeremiah applicable.

I call this commentary exciting because it surprised me just how much there was to be mined out of this Old Testament prophet. I entered my own study of Jeremiah with the determination to work through every chapter and every verse, but with the aid of Ryken's commentary, I discovered riches there I did not expect.

I would whole-heartedly recommend this commentary to anyone preaching over Jeremiah or even serious about their own personally study of the book.
Era
This book was life changing. Ryken writes with a desire to educate and entertain. I was so sorry to see it end! This book was an eye-opener...My heart was heavy as I read it because I could see the exact similarities of Modern USA in this book. I highly recommend it!!!
Pedora
For two years, I have been teaching the book of Exodus to a class of 130 adults. I have found Philip Ryken's commentary in the "Preaching the Word" series to be the most helpful of any of the commentaries I reference. Dr. Ryken is a faithful scholar whose exegesis is accurate and practical.

For anyone seeking to make the Older Testament come alive for today's application, I highly recommend both the Exodus and Jeremiah commentaries authored by Philip Ryken.
Dakora
This commentary brought the story of Jeremiah to life for me. After reading KJV I was looking for explanation to what i had just read. I am now more satisfied how the story of the weeping prophet relates to the coming of Christ and it relationship to modern day life. From the sins of Gods people to his amazing grace. this book will open your eyes to the challenges before us. For they are nearly the same today as they were 3000 years ago.
Tinavio
This book is very well written and researched. Ryken gives a readable, thorough exposition of the book of Jeremiah. He not only draws out the historical context and implications in the time of Israel & Judah, but also applies the significance of the Word to today. Jeremiah is a very relevant prophecy for our post- Christian times, and Ryken does an excellent job revealing that to the reader.
Uafrmaine
It helped my understanding of the book. I have great difficulty understanding many of the books in the Old Testament it was very helpful with our miss leading.
This book give a better understanding of the book of Jeremiah and Lamentation. Easy to read.
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