Fb2 Jeremiah and Lamentations (Redesign): From Sorrow to Hope (Preaching the Word) ePub
by Philip Graham Ryken
|Category:||Bible Study and Reference|
|Author:||Philip Graham Ryken|
|Publisher:||Crossway; Redesign edition (November 30, 2012)|
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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.