wycliffebiblecommentary1The Wycliffe Bible Commentary

A phrase by phrase commentary of the Bible. Written by forty-eight leading Bible scholars, this powerful handbook walks you, phrase by phrase, through the entire text of the Old and New Testaments. (Moody)









matthewhenryscommentary11Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible – Six Volume Set

The most popular commentary ever written. This commentary has been a valued companion to the Bible for over three centuries. Text updated in easy-to-read modern type. Scripture passages in bold. (Hendricksen)








matthewhenryscommentary21Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible – One Volume – Complete and Unabridged

“First among the mighty (commentaries) for general usefulness we are bound to mention the man whose name is a household word, Matthew Henry. He is the most pious and pithy, sound and sensible, suggestive and sober, terse and trustworthy….he is deeply spiritual, heavenly, profitable; finding good matter in every text, and from all deducting the most practical and judicious lessons…It is the Christian’s companion, suitable to everybody, instructive to all.” Charles H. Spurgeon (Hendricksen)





typesingenesis1Types in Genesis – Andrew Jukes

Andrew Jukes presents a fascinating look at the many figures of spiritual truth in the books of Genesis. He shows that these figures contain spiritual insights for Christian living and for undestanding the ways of God more fully. (Kregel)








genesiscalvin1Genesis – John Calvin

Calvin is recognized by common consent, as the greatest Biblical commentator of all time. He was also the pioneer of those principles of sound exegesis and genuine exposition which have been adopted by later writers. (Banner of Truth)








treasuryofdavid1Treasury of David – Spurgeon (3 Volume Set)

The Treasury of David is C.H. Spurgeon’s magnum opus on the Psalms. Here is a great source of golden insight into the Psalms that will endure through the ages. (Hendricksen)









proverbs1Proverbs – Charles Bridges

“The best work on the Proverbs” was C.H. Spurgeon’s verdict on this commentary. (Banner of Truth)










bookofisaiah1The Book of Isaiah – Edward Young (3 Volume Set)

“The first really significant example of a thoroughly scholarly conservative commentary since Keil and Delitzch.” Moody Monthly (Eerdmans)









minorprophets1The Minor Prophets – James Montgomery Boice

Dr. Boice examines the text of Scripture with thorough scholarship without losing sight of the spiritual truths and personal applications that permeate the prophetic writings. (Kregel)









barnesnotes1Barnes Notes on the New Testament – Complete (11 Volumes in One)

Verse by verse commentary on the entire New Testament. Concise notes for Sunday school lesson preparation. (Kregel)









commentaryonmatthew1Commentary on Matthew – John A. Broadus

One of the finest volumes ever produced on the Gospel of Matthew. John A. Broadus, perhaps one of America’s greatest biblical scholars, offers a balanced commentary which contains a straightforward exegesis of the text. In addition, a gold mine of practical insights will provide the reader with a deeper understanding and application of this “gospel of the King!” Commentary on Matthew offers rich treasures for pastors, teachers, and all Bible students. (Kregel)






markhendriksen1Mark – William Hendriksen

Mark is compact, vivid and orderly, William Hendriksen observes in his lively exposition and application of the shortest Gospel. Hendriksen argues that Mark was the earliest Gospel and also the most sparkling in word choice and description. Baker’s New Testament Commentary series is written for the serious Bible student who wants high-quality evangelical scholarship communicated with clarity. (Baker)







outlinestudiesinluke1Outline Studies in Luke – W.H. Griffith Thomas

This collection of outline studies on the Gospel of Luke offers spiritual perception and scholarship as well as practical insights for the pastor and Bible student alike. (Kregel)









actsalexander1Acts – J.A. Alexander

Of this commentary on Acts, C.H. Spurgeon wrote, “In all respects a work of the highest merit.” (Banner of Truth)










romanshaldane1Romans – Robert Haldane

Robert Haldane’s Exposition of Romans, both in its contents and power of its influence, stands among the foremost of the many treatments of this epistle. (Kregel)









romansplumer1Commentary on Romans – William S. Plummer

Paul’s letter to the Romans has been the spiritual well from which the major revivals of evangelical faith have drawn living water. William Plumer provides a refreshing draught of spiritual truth in his section-by section and verse-by-verse commentary on Romans. (Kregel)








12thessaloniansmorris11 & 2 Thessalonians (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries) – Leon Morris

This commentary takes the books section-by-section, drawing out its main themes. It also comments on individual verses and faces up to the problems of interpretation. Additional notes give a fuller discussion of particular difficulties. (Eerdmans)








pastoralepistles1The Pastoral Epistles – Geoffrey Wilson

Geoffrey Wilson’s commentaries on Paul’s letter have been welcomed and commended throughout the world. They patiently uncover the meaning of the text of Scripture and clearly expound its meaning. (Banner of Truth)









epistletothehebrewsowen1Epistle to the Hebrews – John Owen

After sixteen years of in-depth study in the books of Hebrews, John Owen produced eight volumes of insightful scholarship that have enriched students of the Bible for over three hundred years. Owen’s classic work has now been condensed and the fruits of his scholarship made more accessible. (Kregel)








123johncalvinhenry11, 2, 3 John – Calvin/Henry

John’s epistles have enriched and equipped followers of Christ down through the centuries. The themes – such as walking in the truth, acknowledging our proneness to sin, being wary of the lies of the antichrist and denying ourselves the empty enticements of the world – continue to be invaluable for the people of God. (Crossway Books)







judemanton1Commentary on Jude – Thomas Manton

A thorough, classic exposition. Manton’s organization is excellent and his practical observations are life changing. (Kregel)









revelationramsey1Revelation – James Ramsey (First Eleven Chapters)

“To a greater degree than any commentary within the writer’s knowledge, this volume is adapted to spiritual edification. Ramsey’s sound judgment has preserved him from those fanciful interpretations of which the Apocalypse has been such a fruitful source.” Charles Hodge (Banner of Truth)








revelationkistemaker1Revelation – Simon Kistemaker

Provides commentary and insight showing that the book of Revelation is indeed a divinely inspired volume in which God shows His handiwork.” (Baker)









morethanconquerors1More Than Conquerors – William Hendriksen

“In form, symbolism, purpose, and meaning the Book of Revelation is beautiful beyond description,” writes William Hendriksen. Using sound principle of interpretation, More Than Conquerors unfolds the mysteries of the apocalypse gradually, always with the purpose of showing that “we are more than conquerors through Christ who loved us.” (Baker)