This devotional commentary is designed to help readers study the Bible verse by verse with illustrations, explanations, and application. Historical, doctrinal, and practical perspectives are provided for each book of the Bible. (Christian)
What did you get out of your Quiet Time today?" was the question Jack Wyrtzen asked Lou that motivated him to start spending personal time in the Word of God each day. Over forty years ago Lou began using the Word of Life Quiet Time Diary, and from writing a paragraph or two on a passage each day Lou's hunger grew for the Word, resulting in this commentary that comes to you. This devotional commentary will help you: Study your Bible verse by verse with illustrations, explanations and application. Gain a historical, doctrinal and practical perspective on each book of the Bible. Get each member of your family involved with you in family devotions. Prepare to teach a small group or Sunday School class. Gain valuable information in sermon preparation as a pastor. Find a brief illustration topically for the passage you are studying. Cover the entire Bible in six years as you obtain more books in this series. Lou Nicholes is a graduate of Philadelphia Biblical University. He has spent over 40 years serving the Lord with Word of Life fellowship, first with Local Church Ministries as a missionary in the United States. He then started and directed a short-term missions program called Youth Reachout, taking over 2000 young people to 42 countries in 12 years. More recently he has been the Word of Life Asia Representative, traveling to various countries, recruiting potential staff, and helping establish new ministries while holding "Family Life" and "Mission Recruitment" seminars. Lou has authored a popular tract titled "How to Get to Heaven From......." which is available in every state in the U.S. and several foreign countries and a Scripture Memory packet titled "Memory Verses for Happy Homes."Lou and his wife, Thelma, are the parents of three married children and they have five grandchildren. Presently all of the children and grandchildren are serving, as missionaries, with Word of Life in Asia.