Matthew Henry had the rare ability to express profound spiritual insights with simplicity and eloquence. Over the years his writings have been read for both their scholarship and devotion, and none more than the classic Commentary on the Whole Bible. Now you can read the very best of Matthew Henry in this new edition of his famous commentary.
A valuable source of reference and sermon material with a clear modern typeface, this classic is a treasure for pastors, students, Bible teachers, and devotional readers alike.
“We must not depart till God give us our discharge, for we are his servants and must not quit his service till we have accomplished our time.” (Page 1830)
“Where God sows plentifully he expects to reap accordingly; and those that truly love God and his worship will not grudge the expenses of their religion.” (Page 484)
“2. That their power for this work should be sufficient” (Page 2063)
“Never any that hoped in God’s word were made ashamed of their hope. [2.] A thanksgiving for it.” (Page 1830)
“preservation and edification of the body of Christ.” (Page 2323)
Building upon a stream of exact exegesis beginning with the Reformation, Matthew Henry (1662–1714) achieved a standard of applied analysis that has long marked his work as superior. In addition to Henry’s commentary on 1, 2, & 3 John in this collection, Logos also offers Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Bible, complete and unabridged, in six volumes.