Item description for Commentary-Be Delivered (Exodus) by warren wiersbe ...
Overview What is freedom...and do you have it? In the exciting Book of Exodus, Moses explains how God delivers you from bondage, takes you to Himself, and leads you in a path of responsible freedom. As you study "Be Delivered", you will discover: What freedom is and how you can have it, How God cares for His people and guides them day by day, What real worship is and how to enjoy it, and how obeying God's will sets you free. No matter what may be binding you today, you can "Be Delivered".
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Studio: David C. Cook
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.32" Width: 5.19" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 1998
Publisher David C. Cook
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 1564767027 ISBN13 9781564767028
Availability 0 units.
More About warren wiersbe
An internationally renowned Bible teacher, Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe has written more than 160 books, including the popular BE series of Bible commentaries. He and his wife, Betty, live in Lincoln, Nebraska. "
Warren W. Wiersbe currently resides in Lincoln, in the state of Nebraska.
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A Very Helpful Commentary Sep 14, 2000
The book of Exodus is not well served with commentaries. The commentary by Brevard Childs remains the best available. Childs is a liberal, but when he is through tearing the text apart he treats it seriously, bringing out theological themes very well. Wiersbe's commenarty is much shorter and written at a popular level. Nevertheless his outlines are excellent; his interpretation is careful and conservative and his application is consistently sound. This book is useful for a pastor preparing sermons and for a general reader working through Exodus in his devotions. Note: I have not yet seen the commentary by Currid.