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Dale Ralph Davis. Judges: Such a Great Salvation. Ross-Shire, UK: Christian Focus Publications, March 20th, 2006. 240 pp.
Rating: 5 out of 5
This was a very edifying and enjoyable bible commentary through the book of Judges. The work is authored by Dale Ralph Davis who previously was a professor of the Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS). This is an outstanding work that helps explain what is going on in the book of Judges. The commentary divides Judges into three parts with a total of twenty one chapters. I think anyone who is studying the book of Judge will find this commentary as an indispensable resource. The great thing about the way the author writes is that it is accessible for preachers as well as the person in the pew. I learned a lot from reading this book and below are some of the highlights:
Posted in biblical counseling, Christian Life, Christian living, Christianity, Covet, greed, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Love of God, love of money, Reformed, Sin, Theology on September 25, 2016 | 14 Comments »
Christian ought not to be lovers of money (1 Timothy 6:10). But this challenge is harder than most think.
Then there is this prediction by Paul: “But realize this, that in the last days difficult times will come. 2 For men will be lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, revilers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful, unholy,” (2 Timothy 3:1-2). Given the times that we are living in how much do we need to be discerning to see if we are lovers of money!
Of course people can often deceive themselves. So how do you know if you are a lover of money? The following are four diagnostic questions. I tried to make it flow with the acronym “SNAP:”