Tag Archives: Matthew Henry

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If you’re too cool to use and benefit from the commentary of Matthew Henry (1662-1714), you’re too cool for your own good. He is still so helpful, especially in the Psalms. Here’s a great little insight for practical holiness from … Continue reading

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How to Be Faithful in Every Station of Life

“Observe, a steady regard to the Lord Jesus Christ will make men faithful and sincere in every station of life.” – Matthew Henry, Comment on Ephesians 6:6

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Christianity is the Religion of Sinners

Preparing to preach from 1 John 1:5-2:2 this Sunday, I have spent the week meditating on sin and the Christian life. In the process, God has painfully but graciously reminded me of the sins of my past, and indwelling sin that still remains … Continue reading

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The Two Adams and the Place of the Skull

In his commentary on John 19, Matthew Henry reports a common interpretation of the early church about the reason for the name of Golgotha (the “place of the skull”): “That Adam was buried here, and that this was the place … Continue reading

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Worshiping with the Wise Men

Note, With ourselves, we must give up all that we have to Jesus Christ; and if we be sincere in the surrender of ourselves to him, we shall not be unwilling to part with what is dearest to us, and … Continue reading

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