New Daily Study Bible - The Gospel of John (Volume 1)
Markedly different from "Matthew", "Mark" and "Luke", "John" lacks the pithy phrases that the other three gospels possess. William Barclay reveals why, for many Christian people, the Gospel according to "John" is the most precious book of the "New Testament". It is the book on which, above all, people feed their minds and nourish their hearts, and in which they rest their souls.
‘William Barclay’s “magnum opus” is now able to delight and serve a new generation of Bible students and preachers.’ Ministry Today (Ministry Today)The only commentaries that I’ve used consistently are those written by William Barclay. They are absolutely fantastic and I wouldn’t give up my set for anything.’ (Steve Chalke)'I love the Gospel of John but after reading William Barclay's commentary, I love it even more ... Read these books, feed on the enlightenment they give and see how much more your heart is nourished and your love for Jesus grows as John protrays Him. These two volumes are part of Barclay's renowned New Daily Study Bible Commentaries. I think I will be buying more of them.' (Catherine Clarl)
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