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Application Commentary of the Gospel of Matthew, 2017 Revised Edition Paperback – September 3, 2012
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About the Author
The most distinguishing feature of the Author is that he is a sinner who, in his early youth, was saved from the judgment to come by the grace of God. He continues to recognize his complete reliance on the mercy, forgiveness and grace of Jesus Christ to this very moment. *Other matters: John M. Strohman is a graduate of the University of Iowa College of Business and earned his Juris Doctor from the University of South Dakota School of Law. For over two decades he has served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of South Dakota. As an attorney with nearly 30 years of experience, he has handled a variety of cases, including serving as counsel for more than 170 cases before the South Dakota Supreme Court. John has also held faculty positions as an adjunct professor for Liberty University, South Dakota State University, Northern State University and Colorado Christian University. His teaching experience has spanned both the undergraduate and graduate level. In 2014 he authored The Fake Commission. He has served on mission boards and is the current chairman of Cross Centered Missions. John and his wife, Sarah, share a passion for equipping young people in Christian service through discipleship, Sunday school, Bible studies and leading short-term mission trips.
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I say well done on this commentary and do recommend it for disciples of Jesus (John 8:31-32).
Several gut-checks later and I'm starting to feel that I may soon even be ready to leave the milk for solid food!
The writer obviously takes his calling to share the gifting that God has given him very seriously.
Whether you are a theological scholar, a Sunday school teacher or a simple child of God you will be blessed, encouraged and challenged as you spend time in Matthew's Gospel with the Word of God and the comments shared by the author and other scholars such as Ryle, Packer, Wiersbe etc.
It is helpful to have the scriptures incorporated onto the pages as this makes studying much easier if you are 'on the go' and when flipping between bible and commentary is inconvenient.
It is a joy to include this commentary into my daily devotions.