Jamieson, Fausset & Brown Complete Commentary 3 Vols

JamiesonFaussetBrownCompleteCommentary3Vols.jpgI used to have the one volume (condensed) version of this commentary in my collection; however, I gave it away many years ago when I turned from God.
In fact, I once had a very nice collection of bibles, study bibles, bible commentaries, and other religious books. About ten years ago, due to some events in my life, I turned from God and gave everything away.
That was a huge mistake on both fronts. Now I wish I had never turned away from God, having lost a decade of communion with God. Naturally, it has taken about a thousand dollars to get most of these books back.
The Jamieson, Fausset & Brown was one of my favorite commentaries. Robert Jamieson, A.R. Fausset, David Brown did an excellent job on their work.
Here’s the blurb:
Long considered one of the best conservative commentaries on the entire Bible, the Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary offers practical insight from a Reformed Evangelical perspective. The comments are an insightful balance between learning and devotion, with an emphasis on allowing the text to speak for itself. Volume one covers Genesis through Esther, volume two covers Job through Malachi, and volume three covers the entire New Testament (Matthew through Revelation). Introductions are offered for the Pentateuch, the Mosaic account of creation, Hebrew poetry, and for each book in the Old Testament, as well as for the gospels, Acts, Romans, and the entire corpus of the epistles.
I’m not sure why I haven’t bought the collection for my present collection. I can get the entire 3 hardback collection at ChristianBook.com for a little less than $30.
I do have the collection on software in my e-Sword program.

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