Matthew, meditations in
DescriptionFrom the Preface:
Meditations in Matthew is now issued with the fervent hope that it may provide helpful to a better understanding and deeper appreciation of the central theme of this Gospel, "The King and His Kingdom." Some of my readers will know that this book completes a series of four volumes on the four Gospels, in the form of "meditations," rather than as formal commentaries. ...
This present gospel, as most believers know, is essentially of a dispensational character. It was written, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, by a Jew for the Jews in particular, and largely unfolds the ultimate future of the people of Israel.
It is not by any means an easy book to either understand or interpret and hence there exists much difference of opinion even among believers concerning the truths it unfolds and their relation to ourselves today or to Israel by and by. I have, of course, expressed my judgment on these matters as I see them in the light of God's Word, but I can assure my readers that this has only been done after careful and prayerful study and consideration.
Please read this book by the divine rule laid down in Scripture: "Prove [or test] all things [by the Word of God], and hold fast that which is good." ...
319 pages - Softcover - Author: A. Van Ryn