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I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Revelation By Christopher Bickish
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The purpose of this commentary is to aid the believer in understanding and applying a book which is not only prophetic but extremely practical. Revelation contains many difficult passages. In some... More > instances, exact interpretation is impossible. Where more than one interpretation is possible, I have tried to present honestly the possibilities, and where the passage is silent, I have tried to remain silent. I have not tried to make a definite connection between modern day nations and the nations of the end times; in reality, the nations of today may not be in existence by the time this book comes to pass in its fullness. Honesty and loyalty to the Greek and Hebrew text of Scripture is crucial; I have given diligence to the study and exegesis of the Greek Textus Receptus behind the King James translation. Also, I appreciate the accuracy, honesty and integrity of the King James translation; therefore, apart from my own rendering of the Greek text, it is the only English translation used in this work.< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Revelation By Christopher Bickish
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The purpose of this commentary is to aid the believer in understanding and applying a book which is not only prophetic but extremely practical. Revelation contains many difficult passages. In some... More > instances, exact interpretation is impossible. Where more than one interpretation is possible, I have tried to present honestly the possibilities, and where the passage is silent, I have tried to remain silent. I have not tried to make a definite connection between modern day nations and the nations of the end times; in reality, the nations of today may not be in existence by the time this book comes to pass in its fullness. Honesty and loyalty to the Greek and Hebrew text of Scripture is crucial; I have given diligence to the study and exegesis of the Greek Textus Receptus behind the King James translation. Also, I appreciate the accuracy, honesty and integrity of the King James translation; therefore, apart from my own rendering of the Greek text, it is the only English translation used in this work.< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Daniel By Christopher Bickish
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The book of Daniel is filled with both mind-boggling prophecies and childishly simple truths. Unlike many of the other prophets, it does not contain scathing rebukes. Its pages are conspicuously... More > occupied with prophecies concerning the future of kingdoms and end-time events. The Lord used Daniel not only to give guiding prophecies to the Jew but also to be a righteous witness to numerous Gentile kings and peoples. As I have studied the book of Daniel, I have been consistently reminded that the God-fearing man may walk in the peace of God's Spirit regardless of the circumstance. It is my prayer that every person who studies the book of Daniel will also see this theme. In writing this commentary, I have carefully examined the Masoretic Hebrew and Aramaic texts behind the English translation. With that said, I value the accuracy of the King James translation; therefore, apart from my own rendering of the Hebrew and Aramaic texts, it is the only translation used in this commentary.< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Daniel By Christopher Bickish
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The book of Daniel is filled with both mind-boggling prophecies and childishly simple truths. Unlike many of the other prophets, it does not contain scathing rebukes. Its pages are conspicuously... More > occupied with prophecies concerning the future of kingdoms and end-time events. The Lord used Daniel not only to give guiding prophecies to the Jew but also to be a righteous witness to numerous Gentile kings and peoples. As I have studied the book of Daniel, I have been consistently reminded that the God-fearing man may walk in the peace of God's Spirit regardless of the circumstance. It is my prayer that every person who studies the book of Daniel will also see this theme. In writing this commentary, I have carefully examined the Masoretic Hebrew and Aramaic texts behind the English translation. With that said, I value the accuracy of the King James translation; therefore, apart from my own rendering of the Hebrew and Aramaic texts, it is the only translation used in this commentary.< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Philippians By Christopher Bickish
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This encouraging book includes promises, rebukes and practical instruction which serve to correct the spirit and to guide one into the humility of Christ. It is my prayer that each individual who... More > chooses to use this commentary in studying the book of Philippians will find it helpful in understanding and applying the many commands and principles of this encouraging epistle. Loyalty to the text of Scripture is paramount; therefore, I have given diligent study to the Greek Textus Receptus behind the English translation. With that said, I highly respect the accuracy and integrity of the King James translation; therefore, apart from my own rendering of the Greek text, it is the only English translation which has been used in the writing of this commentary. Topics include: joy, Christ-like humility, kinosis, Christian unity< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Philippians By Christopher Bickish
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This encouraging book includes promises, rebukes and practical instruction which serve to correct the spirit and to guide one into the humility of Christ. It is my prayer that each individual who... More > chooses to use this commentary in studying the book of Philippians will find it helpful in understanding and applying the many commands and principles of this encouraging epistle. Loyalty to the text of Scripture is paramount; therefore, I have given diligent study to the Greek Textus Receptus behind the English translation. With that said, I highly respect the accuracy and integrity of the King James translation; therefore, apart from my own rendering of the Greek text, it is the only English translation which has been used in the writing of this commentary. Topics include: joy, Christ-like humility, kinosis, Christian unity< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Romans By Christopher Bickish
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Most Christians are able to present the Romans Road, but how many are intimately familiar with the entire book? Books are written with a message which is to be sought out and applied. If prayerfully... More > studied, the book of Romans will prove to be sufficient for equipping God's child with biblical theology. My desire is to see people edified by the message of Romans just as God has used it to change my life. This exposition may aid teachers, leaders, missionaries or pastors who wish to go through Romans in an expository fashion. Study Questions are included at the back of the book. In writing this commentary, I have tried to be as loyal as possible to the text; therefore, the Greek Textus Receptus is the basis for this work. The accuracy and integrity of the King James translation is unparalleled, and it is the only English translation which has been used apart from my own rendering of the Greek New Testament. Topics include: Christian Liberty, Spiritual Baptism, the Christian and Government< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Malachi By Christopher Bickish
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This book is a commentary, or Bible study, of the Old Testament Book of Malachi focusing on the fear of the Lord. It is my prayer that this commentary may encourage and edify the one who chooses to... More > use it. This exposition may aid Sunday school teachers, church institute instructors, Bible study leaders, missionaries or pastors who wish to go through Malachi in an expository fashion. Study Questions are included at the back of the work. The utmost care has been given to the proper rendering of the Masoretic Hebrew text behind the King James translation. A translation is only as good as it is faithful to the original text; therefore, the Hebrew text itself, and not the English translation, has been the guiding light of this work. With that said, I appreciate the integrity and accuracy of the King James translation; therefore, apart from my own rendering of the Hebrew text, it is the only translation which has been used in the production of this work. Topics include divorce, remarriage, and tithing.< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Romans By Christopher Bickish
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Most Christians are able to present the Romans Road, but how many are intimately familiar with the entire book? Books are written with a message which is to be sought out and applied. If... More > prayerfully studied, the book of Romans will prove to be sufficient for equipping God's child with biblical theology. My desire is to see people edified by the message of Romans just as God has used it to change my life. This exposition may aid teachers, leaders, missionaries or pastors who wish to go through Romans in an expository fashion. Study Questions are included at the back of the book. In writing this commentary, I have tried to be as loyal as possible to the text; therefore, the Greek Textus Receptus is the basis for this work. The accuracy and integrity of the King James translation is unparalleled, and it is the only English translation which has been used apart from my own rendering of the Greek New Testament. Topics include: Christian Liberty, Spiritual Baptism, the Christian and Government< Less
I Love Thy Law: An Expository Study of the Book of Malachi By Christopher Bickish
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This book is a commentary, or Bible study, of the Old Testament Book of Malachi focusing on the fear of the Lord. It is my prayer that this commentary may encourage and edify the one who chooses to... More > use it. This exposition may aid Sunday school teachers, church institute instructors, Bible study leaders, missionaries or pastors who wish to go through Malachi in an expository fashion. Study Questions are included at the back of the work. The utmost care has been given to the proper rendering of the Masoretic Hebrew text behind the King James translation. A translation is only as good as it is faithful to the original text; therefore, the Hebrew text itself, and not the English translation, has been the guiding light of this work. With that said, I appreciate the integrity and accuracy of the King James translation; therefore, apart from my own rendering of the Hebrew text, it is the only translation which has been used in the production of this work. Topics include divorce, remarriage, and tithing.< Less