Scripture Studies

A journal of exposition and study of the

Bible.

"Scripture Studies" is a journal dedicated to the study and exposition of the Bible, for those who love the study of the Bible, for those who respect the Bible as the Word of God, for those who want to know the Bible better. May the Lord bless you as you study His Word. Recent Issues (free PDF versions) Vol. XVII, No. 2 - May 2018 Vol. XVII, No. 1 - February 2018 Vol. XVI, No. 7 - December 2017 Vol. XVI, No. 6 - November 2017 Vol. XVI, No. 5 - August 2017 Vol. XVI, No. 4 - June 2017 Scripture Studies PDF eBooks: We have collated Scripture Studies articles into complete PDF eBooks, each eBook containing all studies for a specific book of the Bible. The following eBooks are available for download, free of charge: Scripture Studies on the Book of Ecclesiastes Scripture Studies on Matthew - Part 1 Scripture Studies on Matthew - Part 2 Scripture Studies on Matthew - Part 3 Scripture Studies on the Epistle to the Philippians Scripture Studies on the Epistle of James Latest Issue of Scripture Studies Vol. XVII, No. 2 - May 2018 Old Testament Study - Jonah Jonah - Introduction, by John King (1594) A Classic Study - Job 1:18-19 The Death of Job’s Children, by Joseph Caryl (1644) A New Testament Study - Romans 2:6-16 God’s Judgment, by Scott Sperling A Study in History - The Reformation Introduction to the Protestant Reformation, pt. 2, by Philip Schaff (1888) A Study in Wisdom - Psalm 79 The Destruction of Jerusalem, by Scott Sperling A Sermon - Spurgeon Sermon, No. 670 Frost and Thaw - Ps. 147:16-18, by Charles H. Spurgeon (1865) A Meditation - The Spiritual Chemist A Meditation Upon Heat and Moisture, by William Spurstowe (1666) Postscript The Undying Faith, by Philip Schaff (1888) Also available: Full issue free PDF eBook version: Q2.pdf --------------- For a list of all articles on this web site click here. Also, visit our sister web site for the best Christian writing over the centuries, as free PDF eBooks. Go to the Classic Christian Library.

Christian Quote of the Week (or so!)

The Undying Faith “Christianity has thus passed through many stages of its earthly life, and yet has hardly reached the period of full manhood in Christ Jesus. During this long succession of centuries it has outlived the destruction of Jerusalem, the dissolution of the Roman empire, fierce persecutions from without, and heretical corruptions from within, the barbarian invasion, the confusion of the dark ages, the papal tyranny, the shock of infidelity, the ravages of revolution, the attacks of enemies and the errors of friends, the rise and fall of proud kingdoms, empires, and republics, philosophical systems, and social organizations without number. And, behold, it still lives, and lives in greater strength and wider extent than ever; controlling the progress of civilization, and the destinies of the world; marching over the ruins of human wisdom and folly, ever forward and onward; spreading silently its heavenly blessings from generation to generation, and from country to country, to the ends of the earth. It can never die; it will never see the decrepitude of old age; but, like its divine founder, it will live in the unfading freshness of self-renewing youth and the unbroken vigor of manhood to the end of time, and will outlive time itself.” -- Philip Schaff (1819-1893) Related Bible Verse:  “And lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age” (Matthew 28:20) Note: The work from which the above quote was taken, The History of the Christian Church, Vol. I, by Philip Schaff, is available as a PDF eBook at the Classic Christian Library, free of charge at: http://www.ClassicChristianLibrary.com If you would like to be sent the Christian Quote of the Week (when they are updated), via email, please send an email request to ssper@scripturestudies.com To review past Christian Quotes of the Week click here.
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Scripture Studies

A journal of exposition and study of the Bible.

"Scripture Studies" is a journal dedicated to the study and exposition of the Bible, for those who love the study of the Bible, for those who respect the Bible as the Word of God, for those who want to know the Bible better. May the Lord bless you as you study His Word. Recent Issues (free PDF versions) Vol. XVII, No. 2 - May 2018 Vol. XVII, No. 1 - February 2018 Vol. XVI, No. 7 - December 2017 Vol. XVI, No. 6 - November 2017 Vol. XVI, No. 5 - August 2017 Vol. XVI, No. 4 - June 2017 Scripture Studies PDF eBooks: We have collated Scripture Studies articles into complete PDF eBooks, each eBook containing all studies for a specific book of the Bible. The following eBooks are available for download, free of charge: Scripture Studies on the Book of Ecclesiastes Scripture Studies on Matthew - Part 1 Scripture Studies on Matthew - Part 2 Scripture Studies on Matthew - Part 3 Scripture Studies on the Epistle to the Philippians Scripture Studies on the Epistle of James Latest Issue of Scripture Studies Vol. XVII, No. 2 - May 2018 Old Testament Study - Jonah Jonah - Introduction, by John King (1594) A Classic Study - Job 1:18-19 The Death of Job’s Children, by Joseph Caryl (1644) A New Testament Study - Romans 2:6-16 God’s Judgment, by Scott Sperling A Study in History - The Reformation Introduction to the Protestant Reformation, pt. 2, by Philip Schaff (1888) A Study in Wisdom - Psalm 79 The Destruction of Jerusalem, by Scott Sperling A Sermon - Spurgeon Sermon, No. 670 Frost and Thaw - Ps. 147:16-18, by Charles H. Spurgeon (1865) A Meditation - The Spiritual Chemist A Meditation Upon Heat and Moisture, by William Spurstowe (1666) Postscript The Undying Faith, by Philip Schaff (1888) Also available: Full issue free PDF eBook version: Q2.pdf --------------- For a list of all articles on this web site click here. Also, visit our sister web site for the best Christian writing over the centuries, as free PDF eBooks. Go to the Classic Christian Library.

Christian Quote of the Week (or so!)

The Undying Faith “Christianity has thus passed through many stages of its earthly life, and yet has hardly reached the period of full manhood in Christ Jesus. During this long succession of