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Originally written in 1706, Matthew Henry's six volume Complete Commentary provides an exhaustive look at every verse in the Bible.
Matthew Henry's well-known six-volume Exposition of the Old and New Testaments (1708–1710) or Complete Commentary, provides an exhaustive verse by verse study of the Bible. covering the whole of the Old Testament, and the Gospels and Acts in the New Testament. After the author's death, the work was finished (Romans through Revelation) by thirteen other nonconformist ministers, partly based upon notes taken by Henry's hearers, and edited by George Burder and John Hughes in 1811.
Henry's commentaries are primarily exegetical, dealing with the scripture text as presented, with his prime intention being explanation, for practical and devotional purposes. While not being a work of textual research, for which Henry recommended Matthew Poole's Synopsis Criticorum, Henry's Exposition gives the result of a critical account of the original as of his time, with practical application. It was considered sensible and stylish, a commentary for devotional purposes.
Famous evangelical Protestant preachers such as George Whitefield and Charles Spurgeon used and heartily commended the work, with Whitefield reading it through four times - the last time on his knees. Spurgeon stated, "Every minister ought to read it entirely and carefully through once at least."
Henry's reputation rests upon his renowned commentary, An Exposition of the Old and New Testaments (1708-10, known also as Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible). He lived to complete it only as far as to the end of the Acts, but after his death other like-minded authors prepared the remainder from Henry's manuscripts. This work was long celebrated as the best English commentary for devotional purposes and the expanded edition was initially published in 1896. Instead of critical exposition, Henry focuses on practical suggestion, and his commentaries contains rich stores of truths.
Commentaries on the Whole Bible
Matthew Henry Complete Commentary on the Whole Bible you find in my apps
Also I recommend you "Bible Concordance & Strongs" which you find in my app. You find there Bible Concordance, Strong's Concordance and Hebrew and Greek dictionaries.
Written by well-known and popular theologians, Bible commentaries aid in the study of Scripture by providing explanation and interpretation of Biblical text. Whether you are just beginning to read Scripture or have been studying the Bible daily, commentaries offer greater understanding with background information on authorship, history, setting, and theme of the Gospel. Verse by verse exposition of the New and Old Testament can be found in commentary written by one of the greatest Christian church leaders - Matthew Henry
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible is developed from the author's rare ability to express profound spiritual insights with simplicity and eloquence. His writings have been read and enjoyed for both their scholarship and devotion. For over 250 years this commentary has been one of the most widely used of all Bible commentaries.
Matthew Henry was born near Wales on October 18, 1662.
Henry was primarily home-educated by his father, Rev. Philip Henry, and also at the Thomas Doolittle academy from 1680-1682. Henry first started studying law in 1686, but instead of pursuing a career in law he began to preach in his neighborhood.
Henry's reputation rests upon his renowned commentary, An Exposition of the Old and New Testaments (1708-10, known also as Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible). He lived to complete it only as far as to the end of the Acts, but after his death other like-minded authors prepared the remainder from Henry's manuscripts. This work was long celebrated as the best English commentary for devotional purposes and the expanded edition was initially published in 1896. Instead of critical exposition, Henry focuses on practical suggestion, and his commentaries contains rich stores of truths. There is also a smaller devotional commentary on the Bible from Henry known as Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary.
Spurgeon used Henry's commentary and commended it heartily, saying: "Every minister ought to read it entirely and carefully through once at least."
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The Expositor's Bible is one of the most-recognized standards of expository commentaries. It was written by twenty-nine eminent scholars of the day who were also full-time preachers. These writers also represent every important branch of Protestantism. The Expositor's Bible may thus be regarded as an inter-denominational exposition. It conclusively demonstrates the hearty agreement of all thoughtful persons on the profound realities and essentials of the Christian Faith. It shows how this Faith is to be preached with the conviction and persuasiveness which its opulent gospel justly merits.
The Gold Medallion Award-winning Expositor’s Bible Commentary is a major contribution to the study and understanding of the Scriptures. Providing pastors and Bible students with a comprehensive and scholarly tool for the exposition of the Scriptures and the teaching and proclamation of their message, this work has become a staple of seminary and college libraries and pastors’ studies worldwide.
Commentaries on the Whole Bible
Wesley’s Explanatory Notes on the Old and New Testaments will give every reader essential information about the Bible. The cardinal doctrines of the Christian life are set forth by Mr. Wesley in plain and simple language. The scholar, the preacher, the teacher or the student will find a wealth of fresh and invigorating material in this rare set of books.
John Wesley was a Church of England cleric and Christian theologian. Wesley is largely credited, along with his brother Charles Wesley, as founding the Methodist movement which began when he took to open-air preaching in a similar manner to George Whitefield. In contrast to George Whitefield's Calvinism, Wesley embraced the Arminian doctrines that were dominant in the 18th-century Church of England. Methodism in both forms was a highly successful evangelical movement in the United Kingdom, which encouraged people to experience Jesus Christ personally.
Wesley's writing and preachings provided the seeds for both the modern Methodist movement and the Holiness movement, which encompass numerous denominations across the world. In addition, he refined Arminianism with a strong evangelical emphasis on the Reformed doctrine of justification by faith.
Wesley was a logical thinker and expressed himself clearly, concisely and forcefully in writing. His written sermons are characterised by spiritual earnestness and simplicity. They are doctrinal but not dogmatic. His Notes on the New Testament (1755) are enlightening. Both the Sermons (about 140) and the Notes are doctrinal standards. Wesley was a fluent, powerful and effective preacher. He usually preached spontaneously and briefly, though occasionally at great length.
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Contained in 6 volumes, consisting of nearly 1,000 pages each, it was considered the most comprehensive commentary on the Bible ever prepared by one man.
Adam Clarke's monumental commentary on the Bible has been a standard reference work for over a century and has been widely used by men of all evangelical denominations. Its thorough and authoritative scholarship has been recognized by Arminians and Calvinists alike, and has won for the author the accolade, "Prince of Commentators."
The eminent British scholar began his work on the commentary with the New Testament on May 1, 1798. This section was first published in 1810. Though hampered by failing eyesight, Clarke continued with his work on the Old Testament, which he completed March 28, 1825. The entire commentary in eight volumes was published the following year.
Clarke spent the rest of his life in revising his original work. At the close of Revelation he inscribed these words: "Finished correcting for a new edition, Jan. 9, 1832." Only a few months later he passed away.
Adam Clarke (1760 or 1762 - 1832) was a British Methodist theologian and Biblical scholar. He is chiefly remembered for writing a commentary on the Bible which took him 40 years to complete and which was a primary Methodist theological resource for two centuries.
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A classic commentary on the Old and New Testaments, complete and unabridged. Written in a clear, lucid style, it combines a profound reverence for the Bible with a rare objectivity in its exegesis.
One of the most influential bible scholars of all time, John Calvin, although controversial, is a force to be reckoned with. His commentaries reflect an incredible command of the Scriptures, as he sought to integrate the entirety of its teaching by combining a solid exegetical method with a pastoral insight that is often neglected in commentaries today.
Calvin strikes a balance between passion and restraint, often infusing his writing with a distinct quality of controlled intensity. Scholars now recognize Calvin as above all else a teacher. He sought to open the Word of God in scripture to the common people from whom, he believed, the Bible had been withheld by the scholastics, monks and priests of the Roman church. By recapturing scripture's simple, genuine and natural sense, Calvin returned scripture to its rightful place in the church. His sole object as a teacher was "to lay down a pathway to the reading of sacred Scripture for the simple and uneducated."
John Calvin (Middle French: Jean Cauvin; 10 July 1509 -- 27 May 1564) was an influential French theologian and pastor during the Protestant Reformation. He was a principal figure in the development of the system of Christian theology later called Calvinism. Originally trained as a humanist lawyer, he broke from the Roman Catholic Church around 1530. After religious tensions provoked a violent uprising against Protestants in France, Calvin fled to Basel, Switzerland, where in 1536 he published the first edition of his seminal work Institutes of the Christian Religion.
Calvin was a tireless polemic and apologetic writer who generated much controversy. He also exchanged cordial and supportive letters with many reformers including Philipp Melanchthon and Heinrich Bullinger. In addition to the Institutes, he wrote commentaries on most books of the Bible as well as theological treatises and confessional documents, and he regularly gave sermons throughout the week in Geneva. Calvin was influenced by the Augustinian tradition, which led him to expound the doctrine of predestination and the absolute sovereignty of God in salvation.
Calvin's writing and preachings provided the seeds for the branch of theology that bears his name. The Presbyterian and other Reformed churches, which look to Calvin as a chief expositor of their beliefs, have spread throughout the world. Calvin's thought exerted considerable influence over major religious figures and entire religious movements, such as Puritanism, and some political historians have argued that his ideas have contributed to the rise of capitalism, individualism, and representative democracy in the West.
If You liked this book you can find version without advertisement in my applications: Scofield Reference Bible
For over 90 years people have relied on this reference work in their daily study of God's Word. Written originally in 1909, C. I. Scofield's intent was to provide a concise but complete tool that would meet the need of someone just beginning to read the Bible.
The Scofield Reference Bible contains very brief commentary, often consisting of no more than a few sentences and several cross-references. The brevity of the notes allowed Scofield's commentary to be included in the margins and footnotes in study Bibles, which countless Christians use as their primary study Bible.
The Scofield Reference Bible is a widely circulated study Bible edited and annotated by the American Bible student Cyrus I. Scofield, that popularized dispensationalism at the beginning of the 20th century. Published by Oxford University Press and containing the traditional, Protestant King James Version, it first appeared in 1909 and was revised by the author in 1917.
The Scofield Bible had several innovative features. Most important, it printed what amounted to a commentary on the biblical text alongside the Bible instead of in a separate volume. It also contained a cross-referencing system that tied together related verses of Scripture and allowed a reader to follow biblical themes from one chapter and book to another. Finally, the 1917 edition also attempted to date events of the Bible. It was in the pages of the Scofield Reference Bible that many Christians first encountered Archbishop James Ussher's calculation of the date of Creation as 4004 BC; and through discussion of Scofield's notes, which advocated the "gap theory," fundamentalists began a serious internal debate about the nature and chronology of creation.
Includes the Sinner's Prayer Summary Reference to help you bring a person to Jesus.
Includes the find "Jesus in Every Book of the Bible" Summary with a link to the video featured on GodTube.
And a link to the LIVE Mobile ChatHealing page where you can receive healing from Jesus on your phone.
Luther's Commentary on Galatians
Considered to be among those works essential to an understanding of Martin Luther's theology, Luther's Commentary on Galatians is a timeless exposition of Paul's central thought in Galatians: "The just shall live be faith."
Martin Luther was a German priest and professor of theology who initiated the Protestant Reformation. He strongly disputed the claim that freedom from God's punishment of sin could be purchased with money. He confronted indulgence salesman Johann Tetzel with his Ninety-Five Theses in 1517. His refusal to retract all of his writings at the demand of Pope Leo X in 1520 and the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V at the Diet of Worms in 1521 resulted in his excommunication by the pope and condemnation as an outlaw by the emperor.
His translation of the Bible into the language of the people (instead of Latin) made it more accessible, causing a tremendous impact on the church and on German culture. It fostered the development of a standard version of the German language, added several principles to the art of translation, and influenced the translation into English of the King James Bible. His hymns influenced the development of singing in churches. His marriage to Katharina von Bora set a model for the practice of clerical marriage, allowing Protestant priests to marry.
Made for you who wish to learn more about the word of the Lord !
Now you can do a prayer request.
With an intuitive interface and easy to read even on devices with small screens and the ability to zoom using the pincer movement. The best Bible Glossary ever.
- Share Verses through Whatsapp!
- Places in Bible
- New Bible Facts
- Prayer Request
- Share mode
- All Biblical Places
- Complete Dictionary A - Z
- All Biblical names and their meanings
- Bible Plan
- Biblical themes for different situations
- Link to Audio Bible MP3
- reference books at hand: Easton's Bible Dictionary, Smith's Bible Dictionary, Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary, The King James Version (KJV) Bible Dictionary, Nave's Topical Bible, the Condensed Biblical Cyclopedia, Torrey's New Topical Textbook and the Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible (JFB Commentary)
- Very fast and simple to use.
- Works offline, even in "airplane mode". Study the Holy Bible anytime, anywhere, no Internet connection required.
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Why study the Bible?
One reason to study the Bible is for cultural literacy purposes. E.D. Hirsch writes, "To be culturally literate is to possess the basic information needed to thrive in the modern world."
Simply put, the Bible contains a wealth of cultural literacy. References to the Bible are found not only found in religion, but also art, music, philosophy, literature, law and more. Knowing what the Bible says is an important part of everyone's k-base.
Many popular phrases and figures of speech also find their origin in the Bible including being a Good Samaritan, the folly of letting the blind lead the blind, going the extra mile, ethical maxims such as "do unto others as you would have them do unto you," manna from heaven, etc. Hirsch considers the Bible so important to cultural literacy that it appears first in his Dictionary of Cultural Literacy.
Another reason to study the Bible is to learn what it has to say firsthand. Whether one is a supporter or critic of the Bible, or perhaps just neutral or uninterested in the topic, history has demonstrated that the Bible cannot be ignored. Considering that the Bible is important to three major world religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam – it is worthy of study.
In addition, the recent rise of hostile criticism towards the Bible itself and religion in general also makes it worthy of study. Sometimes the critics do not always quote the Bible correctly or in context. Knowing what it says firsthand and having some knowledge of the context is helpful in understanding not only current events, but key ideas the Bible addresses such as the nature and existence of God, the human condition, the biblical pattern of redemption and salvation and ethics.
For thousands of years the Bible has been read not only as history and God's Word, but also for personal edification. This, of course, is a more meaningful reason for studying the Bible for those who believe in God, but the Bible is also surprisingly edifying for those who do not believe. It is full of individuals facing moral choices, life challenges, and, frankly, situations that are applicable to us even today. As Paul wrote, "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work" (2 Timothy 3:16-17, NIV).
The Bible is available for us to learn from not only on an intellectual level, but on a personal and emotional level.
Side-by-side parallel Bible
(This app has been known as Bible GT. The new name it is transitioning to is TheBible.org)
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Read the Bible every day.
Begin by reading in your favorite Bible version. When you come across a Bible verse that you would like to understand better, move your eyes to the left and to the right, seeing how other Bible versions say it (the app aligns every Bible verse perfectly, with soft light gray lines between each Bible verse, so you can move side-to-side with ease, get what you need). With added understanding, you then continue reading down the page in your favorite Bible version. Many find this approach to reading far more rewarding than reading commentaries about the Scriptures, for the Word is living and powerful. The app features 61 Bible versions and translations, including NIV, ESV, and NASB; see up to 5 Bible versions (on smartphones) or 7 Bible versions (on tablets) at a time, in parallel.
TheBible.org app helps you share the gospel with your friends, right at the moment you are reading a Bible verse and thinking of someone in your life. Tap to preview and then tap to post to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram--in the morning, on lunch break, even while in church.
TheBible.org app makes it easy for you to do a word study, to go even deeper and get even more out of what you read in the Bible. Tap any New Testament word you are interested in learning more about. The app shows you definitions, plus a complete list of everywhere the corresponding Greek word occurs. Great for those new to word studies (no Greek knowledge required) as well as for those with more experience (for whom the "word families" feature is quite helpful).
TheBible.org app supports you in finding a familiar Bible verse, even if you only remember a few words. Enter "God so loved" in the search box and see where that phrase occurs in every Bible version you have open. The app searches multiple Bible versions at the same time. The search feature works with 61 languages.
Adam Clarke (1760 or 1762-1832) was a British Methodist theologian and Biblical scholar. He is primarily remembered for writing this commentary on the Bible. It took him 40 years to complete this work. Clarke adhered theologically to the Methodist founder John Wesley. Clarke's commentary is largely written from an orthodox Methodist perspective.
The book is linked to the King James Bible. To use the KJV Bible simple click the links, to go back to theCommentary on the Bible use the return button.
The text version "Commentary on the Bible" is available as a HTML files (no ebook reader needed) and is optimized for use on any mobile device.
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I want to thank the wonderful people -Lynn Moore and lulu Couture (Maria) - who really helped me in the making of this concordance - a huge thanks to them!
It's almost "Strong's Exhaustive Bible Concordance", I made my own search by the Bible ( it supports search by several words)
Here you will find:
Alphabet index of all words from the Bible (total in app 12839) ("the, and, of" are excluded - don't use them in search query)
Bible Concordance - also you can search by several biblical words using space between them
Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries with information from Hebrew and Greek Lexicons. Use numbers in search query to find them. Excluded some Greek words which not used in the Bible - G1400, G1418, G2717, G3203-G3302, G4452 and G5104
Strong's Concordance- the concordance you find below information of the Strong's number
All bible verses in concordance with clickable strongs numbers!
I hope this app will be your perfect companion in the study of the Bible!
Also I hope you will not have to carry a heavy book and spend much time on the search.
You need about 18Mb on your phone and about 47Mb on your SD card.
If you want to see concordance of another bible version or may be another language (without strong's numbers and concordance) - please let me know.
If you are annoyed about ads - try paid version "Bible & Strongs Concordance" which you find in my apps.
Feel free to contact me if you want to improve or have any problems with this app.
Layout, updates, coming soon... Early Summer 2014.
We are a fellowship of believers who are dedicated to spreading the Word of Jesus Christ from a Jewish perspective around the world. We have no buildings, no salary, and ask for no donations. Our ministry team consists of seven members, each using their own giftedness: Antonietta is our English editor, Cesar is an expert in technology and puts most everything in English on our website, Gary is our graphic artist, Victor and Martha are translating and editing Exodus into Spanish, Josh, also an expert in technology is helping Victor and Martha get everything in Spanish online, and lastly, I am the human author. I have an MDiv degree from Bethel Seminary in San Diego, California. I am 65 years old and am a high school US History teacher. I will be retiring in June 2013 so I can devote more time to my writing.
We praise God that Victor and Martha will start translating and editing Exodus in Spanish shortly. Exodus in English has just been completed and put on line. Gary has just gotten the graphic artwork on the last of the Spanish tabs finished. Cesar is working on the English and Spanish home pages, getting all twelve tabs and books set up. We are switching over to Microsoft Expression Web 4 from Microsoft FrontPage because it is more up to date and allows us greater flexibility. Please, make sure to visit our Updates page for the latest additions and changes to the website.
We are averaging about 1,900 visitors per week, about 1,300 unique visitors (people who have visited the site eight or more times) per week, about 4,400 pages views per week and about 1,000 individual people long on per week. In other words, we are an e-church of about 1,000 people at this time. It seems like every time we put a new devotional commentary on line, our viewership doubles. We are averaging about 50 different countries per week. We pray that this trend will continue when we put the revised edition of Isaiah (in English) and Exodus (in Spanish) on line. We seem to have a lot of activity from Beijing, China; Redmond, Washington; Kiev, Ukraine; Tokyo, Japan; London, England.
Plans, Prayers & Hopes:
We would like to assemble a prayer team that would pray for our protection, the protection of our family members, for direction, wisdom and open doors to God’s Word. Also we need prayer for our website. Our server, GoDaddy, has informed me that twice now someone has tired to hack our site and take it down. If you would be interested in being part of our ministry team would you contact me on the English home page, or Victor and Martha on the Spanish home page.
Our current plans are to finish Isaiah in English and get it online, then start on Revelation at some point in the summer. It has already been written, but needs to be edited and reformatted into Microsoft Expression Web 4 documents. Work on Esther is complete and online before Purim, February 23rd, 2013. Depending on how things go, we might have time to do Jude in the spring of 2013. I plan to retire from teaching in June of 2013 and start The Life of Christ devotional commentary that next fall. It will take me a couple of years to get it written, edited and online. Once that is done, I will pray for direction regarding which devotional commentary will be next.
Jay Mack, MDiv
Book of Esther - Finished
App Version Updates:
1.4 Book of Revelation Updated. Added "Links & Resources" and "Testimonials"
1.3 Now with: Easy to read, Larger Book Tabs.
Android support provided by: ZeniTT Mobile Media
Bible Commentary on the Whole Bible
John Gill's Exposition offers a verse-by-verse exposition of the entire Holy Bible with much of the information provided found nowhere else outside of the ancient Jewish writings. This Commentary is a valuable resource for anyone interested in a deeper appreciation of the Biblical text.
John Gill (b. 23 Nov 1697, d. 14 Oct 1771), was an English Baptist writer and theologian. Gill was a strong Calvinist. This work is considered his magnum opus, a commentary on the entire Bible. This was originally published in two parts, the 3 volume An Exposition of the New Testament (1746-8), and the 6 volume An Exposition of the Old Testament (1748-63). Gill was a life-long Hebrew scholar, and he also learned Greek by age 11.
Gill’s commentaries are still widely used today by laity and pastors, being theologically sound and practical for daily study. Gill makes the Scripture accessible and applicable to the everyday reader, believing that sound doctrine impacts daily life. The Works of John Gill is an essential resource for any student of the Scriptures and of Reformed thinking. Perfect for the general reader, professors, and Bible scholars, these work will enlighten, encourage, and stimulate thinking and application. Gill’s writings include everything from exposition, commentary, essays, and a biography to help aid understanding of this prominent man of faith and his works.
Somos una extensión del Evangelio de la Luz Sociedad, un ministerio en línea de las misiones (www.gospellightsociety.com).
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Family Drama seems to never end. Monica and Jonathan have a blossoming relationship and the future looks bright for them. Will it always remain that way?
Will God finally answer Pastor and Sis. Richardson’s prayer for a child only to take that child from them?
Stacy gave birth to Trevon but is hesitant to let Robert back into her life.
Charles Herron is definitely getting back with his wife; to say Yvette, his girlfriend, is upset, would be an understatement.
Bro. Montague played a major role in his boss, Richard, going to prison. Unbeknownst to Bro. Montague, Richard has been released and comes looking for Bro. Montague. Did his time in prison change him for the better or for the worse?
What about Trey? His parents’ separation is really tearing him apart on the inside. Does his presence spell trouble? Will Sis. Debbie Campbell and others at the New Mt. Zion Academy be able to help him deal with his home situation?
Faith in God, love and forgiveness of others play a major role in helping each family and individual deal with the drama in their lives. Will it ever end?
I am thankful to God for giving us time-markers. I believe that in His grace and mercy, He has done so to give us feeble and frail human beings the joy and privilege of starting over. I do not know about others, but I get excited about a New Year.
Why do I get excited about the coming of a New Year? The coming of a New Year says to me that God is giving me a chance to turn over a new leaf. He is giving me a clean slate to begin another chapter of my life, fresh and new. I get excited about the coming of a New Year because it is almost as if on December 31st I close an old door and open up a new door. The New Year is an invitation to patch up old wounds, old hurts, and old disappointments, to forgive those who have done us wrong, and to be forgiven by those we have done wrong. I get excited about the coming of a New Year because it is a time to set new goals and to take on new challenges. It is also a time to draw closer to God and anticipate the great things He has in store for us and the new plans He has set for our lives.
This short book will show you:
• How to learn from your past troubles and problems and then forget them
• How to recover from your past failures and sins and then forget them
• How to get away from negative, toxic people
• How to forgive others and how to seek forgiveness
• How to set new goals for the future and accomplish them
• How to prioritize your life
• and How to make the New Year the best year of your life!
Includes a Christian New Year’s Song Titled “Let All Past Troubles Be Forgotten”, to be Sung to the Tune of “Let Old Acquaintance be Forgot” (Auld Lang Syne)
How will these church families handle the sins of their past and the challenges that life is giving them?
Stacy Wilmington is on her way to college when a devastating secret from her father's past threatens to ruin her relationship with him and causes her to commit a sin of her own. In hiding his past for so long, will Stacy's father lose the two most important people in his life -- his wife and his daughter?
Terrence Montague, a man committed to providing for his wife, Stella, and daughter, Monica, finds himself caught up in an illegal drug delivering business that he knows is against the law and against his Christian convictions. Will he choose to love God and be true to his family over loving money?
Meanwhile, the new assistant pastor of New Mt. Zion Missionary Evangelical Church, Dwayne Reynolds, believes he has left his past behind...only to discover that it has found him again. Will he choose to face it head on or hide it from the congregation that has come to love and trust his family?
In the middle of all this drama, is Reynolds' son, Jonathan, and Montague's daughter, Monica. What does the future hold for them?
"This book is more about prevention than it is about healing. There are many other great men and women of God who are doing great work in the healing and restoration department for young black women. I believe that many of the problems that young black women are dealing with today can be prevented from happening in the first place. I also believe that in order for young women to be victorious in this life, they must operate from a position of strength and power. This book will empower them to win against their enemies: the devil, sorry men and even themselves. I hope that they will read it and never live a defeated life again."
Daniel Whyte III writes a heartfelt book to his daughters and to other young black women, on the various issues of life that they face today. Whyte actually commenced the writing of this book from his hospital bed during a routine stay for chest pains. Symbolically, if Daniel Whyte III were on his deathbed, the words contained in this book are those that he would say to his six daughters. Written just for the young black woman in your life, whether you are a father, mother, grandparent or Sunday school teacher, Letters to Young Black Women is overflowing with loving, fatherly, "advice and encouragement for a difficult journey."
“You simply will not be the same person two months from now after consciously giving thanks each day for the abundance that exists in your life. And you will have set in motion an ancient spiritual law: the more you have and are grateful for, the more will be given you.” --Sarah ban Breathnach