Complete Bible Commentaries

By John Calvin, John Owen

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This collection gathers together all of the Bible Commentaries by John Calvin in a single, convenient, high quality, and extremely low priced Kindle volume!Genesis 1-23, 24-50Harmony of the Law: Vol 1, Vol 2, Vol 3, Vol 4JoshuaPsalms: 1-35, 36-66, 67-92, 93-119, 119-150Isaiah: 1-16, 17-32, 33-48, 49-66Jeremiah-Lamentations: 1-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-47, 48-52Ezekiel: 1-12, 13- This collection gathers together all of the Bible...

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November 15th 2011

(first published January 1st 1958)

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English

Quotes From "Complete Bible Commentaries"

"we shall find that the reason why   we doubt of God's promises is, because we sinfully detract from his   power."
"it is the peculiar privilege of the Church, to know what the   Divine judgments mean, and what is their tendency."
"And truly, God does   not make known his will to us, that the knowledge of it may perish with   us; but that we may be his witnesses to posterity and that they may   deliver the knowledge received through us, from hand to hand, (as we   say,) to their descendants."
"it is important to mark this circumstance, that at the very   time when the men of Sodom, having dismissed all fear of God, were   indulging themselves, and were promising themselves impunity, however   they might sin, God was taking counsel to destroy them, and was moved,   by the tumultuous cry of their iniquities, to descend to earth, while   they were buried in profound sleep."
"Christ, therefore,   died for our sins, in order to redeem or separate us from the world."
"In vain do   Papists, Mahometans, and other sects, boast of their antiquity, while   they are mere counterfeits of the true, the pure religion."
"whenever the Lord holds us in suspense, and   delays his aid, he is not therefore asleep, but, on the contrary,   regulates all His works in such a manner that he does nothing but at   the proper time."
"we remain exposed to the judgment of God, we are bound by miserable   chains, and therefore our exemption from guilt, becomes an invaluable   freedom."

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