1 Kings: Reformed Expository Commentary

The newest addition to the Reformed Expository Commentary series has arrived! 1 Kings marks the sixteenth volume in the set and is the fifth volume to cover a New Testament text.

“Sadly for many North American Christians, the Old Testament is a dead book, often treated merely as a foil against which to interpret the New Testament. Phil Ryken’s work goes much, much farther. This volume is a model of exposition, combining thorough and responsible exegesis with a passion to communicate the life-giving power of Old Testament Scriptures for the church.

Daniel I. Block, Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois

 

Westminster Bookstore is currently holding a special on 1 Kings and the rest of the great titles from the Reformed Expository Commentary series: WTS BOOKS

 

God’s Names: children’s devotional

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When you want to get to know someone, where do you start? How do you introduce yourself? Usually, you start with someone’s name.

God knows this—and he doesn’t have just one name to share with us, either! The Bible gives us many names for God and tells us what they all mean. And when we learn a new name for God, we learn something new about him, too!

This book is for you and your children to read together. Every chapter teaches something new and helps put you—and your children—on the right track in your relationship with God.

God has left his names with his people so they can know him . . . and through these pages your children can know him too.

“The God she sees, savors, and sets forth here is unabashedly big.” —John Piper

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