Psalm 121 Commentary: Where Does Our Help Come From?
Psalm 121 encourages us in such times. It reminds us where our help comes from and infuses us with confidence: “My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.” W. Dennis Tucker Jr. unpacks the true depths of this message by offering sound exegesis and application of the psalm in the new commentary Psalms, Volume 2 (NIV Application Commentary), co-authored by Tucker (who covers Psalms 107-150) and Jamie A. Grant (Psalms 73-106).
This Psalms commentary from the NIV Application Commentary Series will help you learn how…
Psalm 100 Commentary: Seven Commands and Two Motivations of Our Praise
Shout. Worship. Come. Know.
Enter. Give thanks. Praise him.
These seven commands form the backbone of one of the most instructive psalms on giving grateful praise to the Lord: Psalm 100. W. Dennis Tucker and Jamie A. Grant provide insight into this psalm’s meaning and composition in their new commentary Psalms, Volume 2 (NIV Application Commentary).
This Psalms commentary, which is part of the NIV Application Commentary Series, helps readers learn how the message of the Psalms can have the same powerful impact today that it did when they were first written. This commentary helps you achieve both halves of the interpretive task—understanding the Bible’s original message and applying it powerfully today.
A good place to start is Tucker and Grant’s observation that Psalm…
Psalm 139 Commentary: God’s Pervasive Presence, Intimate Knowledge, and Faithful Comfort
Psalm 139 is one of the more well-known and well-beloved psalms—and for good reason. This psalm speaks of the pervasive presence of God, and his intimate knowledge of us, which offer us an outsized measure of hope and comfort in the face of adversity and trial. But what does the psalm mean and how are its four poetic movements connected?
W. Dennis Tucker and Jamie A. Grant provide insight into the meaning and composition of this magisterial psalm in their new commentary Psalms, Volume 2 (NIV Application Commentary). This Psalms commentary, which is part of the NIV Application Commentary Series, helps readers learn how the message of the Psalms can have the same powerful impact today that it…
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About NIV Application commentaries
NIV Application Commentaries are different because they help you complete the interpretive task. You will understand the Bible’s ancient message, but you will also see how that message speaks with authority and power, today, in your own context.
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These resources feature top-notch scholarship from leading experts, including these classic volumes and more:
Genesis and Job by John H. Walton Romans and 2 Peter, Jude by Douglas J. Moo Galatians and 1 Peter by Scot McKnight Daniel by Tremper Longman III Luke by Darrell L. Bock 1 Corinthians by Craig L. Blomberg Esther by Karen H. Jobes Deuteronomy by Daniel I. Block More
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There’s more: Now for the first time every NIVAC book in print is also available in eBook format! These five titles have just become available: Exodus, 1 & 2 Samuel, Psalms vol. 1, Proverbs, and 2 Corinthians.
Also, some of our readers may remember that our earliest NIVAC volumes had a very basic tables of content. Here’s more good news: we’ve updated the older volumes to feature the newer, more helpful tables of contents. The new format looks like this:
If you’ve been looking for a resource to show you how to bring the ancient message of Scripture into our…
Deuteronomy: A Theological Manifesto Like the Gospel of John
Maybe it's because I'm a green preacher and haven't taught on the Old Testament often, but applying Deuteronomy to 21st century living is a head scratcher. Yet Daniel Block's commentary on Deuteronomy (NIVAC) manages to do just that, apply it to everyday life in a way that stays true to the book's original purpose.
And the way he does that is by insisting that the book of Deuteronomy is a theological manifesto on par with the gospel of John.
A theological manifesto? And in comparison with John's gospel? An interesting comparison, I know, but one that's helped me better understand the purpose and scope of Deuteronomy. And one that will surely help me preach it far better than I have in the past.
Here is how Block explains his comparison:
NIV Application Commentaries: Get the Scoop on the Table of Contents in These eBooks
You may have heard about the sale on NIV Application Commentary eBooks. (Get each NIVAC eBook for only $4.99! Sale ends Monday, May 13, 2013).
The sale has raised some questions about the tables of contents. How is the table of contents formatted in the NIVAC eBooks? There are two formats:
- In newer NIVAC eBooks, the table of contents links to each unit within the commentary section.
- Some of the older eBooks include an abridged table of contents, featuring one main link to the eBook's commentary section.
To help you know which eBooks feature what, we've compiled this list. We hope it's helpful!