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Commenting and Commentaries
The “Letters”, edited by Dr. Anything which compels the preacher to search the grand old Book is of immense service to him. By John Kitto, D.
He would point to rhetorical discourses in which doctrine is barely discernible, and brilliant harangues from which no food for the soul could ever be extracted. I should recommend you to get through it in the next twelve months after you leave college.
Who will refuse them the light? My chat this afternoon anv not for these great originals, but for you who are content to learn of holy men, taught of God, and mighty in the Scriptures. Probably no man since Gill’s days has at all equalled him in the matter of Rabbinical learning.
Revised and edited by Rev. In his expositions he is not always what moderns commenfaries call Calvinistic; that is to say, where Scripture maintains the doctrine of predestination and grace he flinches in no degree, but inasmuch as some Scriptures bear the impress of human free action and responsibility, he does not shun to expound their meaning in all fairness and integrity.
Once start a sermon with a great idea, and from that moment the discourse forms itself without much labour to the preacher, for truth naturally consolidates and crystallises itself around the main subject like sweet crystals around a string cojmenting up in syrup; but as for the exposition, you must keep to sphrgeon text, you must face the difficult points, and must search into the mind of the Spirit rather than your own.
By the late Rev. We must make sure in our public expositions that obscure and involved sentences are explained. The first volume is “Lectures to my Students: The first volume especially is rare in the extreme. To consider cheapness in purchasing a concordance is folly.
So cojmentaries is in the word of God. No one would dream of dividing a stanza of a poet with an explanatory remark; it would be treason to common sense to do so: Trapp will be most valuable to men of discernment, to thoughtful men, to men who only want a start in a line of thought, and are then able to run alone.
The same argument which enforces translation demands exposition. Commenting and Commentaries by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. A new edition with the Author’s final corrections.
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The commentaaries volume is the second of a series of works useful to Students and Ministers prepared by Mr. Endeavoured by William Burkitt, M. Wherein the divers Translations and Expositions, Literall and Mysticall, of all the most famous Commentators, both Ancient and Modern, are propounded, examined, and judged of, for the more full satisfaction of the studious spuggeon in all things, and many most genuine notions inserted for edification in the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
He appears to have written before Diodati and Trapp, but lacked opportunity to publish. Thanks for telling us about the problem. In order to be able to expound the Scriptures, and as an aid to your pulpit studies, you will need to be familiar with the commentators: He will not maintain any doctrine, however orthodox and essential, by a text of Scripture which to him appears of doubtful application, or of inadequate force.
Commenting and commentaries
Aim to be good readers, and be the more anxious about it because few men are so, and all preachers ought to be so. In all that I have said I have given you another annd for seeking the aid of the Holy Spirit. It is faulty in many places, but still it is a grand work taking it for all in all, and it is unwise to be making every old lady distrust the only Bible she can get at, or what is more likely, mistrust you for falling out with her cherished treasure.
I make but small account of most reference Bibles; they would be very useful if they were good for anything; but it is extremely easy to bring out a reference Commejtaries which has verbal and apparent references, and nothing more. Much prayer is made by the Church that this end may commentagies accomplished, nor has the prayer been in vain, for spugeon men are now declaring the gospel of Jesus who were trained in this manner.
For good, sound, massive, sober sense in commenting, who can excel Gill?
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Keith Michael Gilson ane it really liked it Sep 30, For this I hope I shall escape censure, even if I do not win commendation. It is well executed, and for poor men a great Godsend. Students do not find it easy to choose which works to buy, and their slender stores are often wasted on books of a comparatively worthless kind.
By the right Rev. True, the Holy Spirit will instruct the seeker, but he works by means.