What the Bible Teaches - Song of Solomon, Isaiah
The Ritchie Old Testament Commentaries are being published as companions to the Series on the New Testament, which was widely appreciated and provided a much-needed resource for the Bible student interested in a clear and concise exposition of the Scriptures. The contributors are well known Bible teachers, competent in handling the Scriptures publicly and 'able to teach others also.' The style is both expository and practical and each commentary has been written specifically for the Series.
The commentaries are to be commended and will prove to be helpful, practical and challenging to the believer who is interested to learn of God's ways in the Old Testament.
SONG OF SOLOMON by J M Flanigan. Many devoted Christians understand the song as the story of the love of the Saviour for the individual believer, and some of the choicest Christians have borrowed its language to express their love for Him and to hear Him avow His love for them. This devotional commentary proceeds in this fashion, looking for glimpses of Him who loved the Church and gave Himself for it. He is Himself, the Beloved, the heart's desire of all who love Him.
ISAIAH by J M Riddle. Isaiah means "salvation of Jehovah", and the book, which has been well described as "The Gospel according to Isaiah", certainly sets out the basis on which men and women can be saved. Salvation rests on the death of the God's perfect servant and it is on this foundation that good tidings can be preached to men and women. Isaiah has been rightly called "The Old Testament Evangelist". With the considerable emphasis in the book upon salvation, it is not surprising that attention is drawn to the Savious Himself.
Title: What The Bible Teaches: Song Of Solomon/Isaiah
Book Size: 6.5 x 9.5"
635 Pages - Paperback - Author: Flanigan, J. M/Riddle, J.M.