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<ul><li><p>Kindle Books Jon Courson's Application</p><p>Commentary: New Testament</p><p></p></li><li><p>The evangelical pastor, Jon Courson, founded the Applegate Christian Fellowship in Southern</p><p>Oregon. What started as a home fellowship of a few is now the home church for over 10,000</p><p>people. In 2002, he left Oregon to assist Pastor Chuck Smith at the 25,000-member Calvary Chapel</p><p>in Costa Mesa, California. Courson has amassed more than 1,500 teachings in an expositional</p><p>style. Jon Courson's Application Commentary will combine a verse-by-verse teaching of every</p><p>paragraph of Scripture with practical topical studies throughout. This New Testament commentary</p><p>is a unique blend of information and inspiration presented in a way unique to Jon Courson. With</p><p>more than 1,200 Calvary Chapels in the U.S. and 2,500 worldwide, Jon Courson delivers with fresh,</p><p>new insights into the Bible.</p><p>Hardcover: 1824 pages</p><p>Publisher: Thomas Nelson; 1st Edition, 1st Printing edition (January 17, 2004)</p><p>Language: English</p><p>ISBN-10: 0785251553</p><p>ISBN-13: 978-0785251552</p><p>Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 1.8 x 9.5 inches</p><p>Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)</p><p>Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 starsSee all reviews(179 customer reviews)</p><p>Best Sellers Rank: #99,530 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #178 inBooks &gt; Christian Books &amp;</p><p>Bibles &gt; Bible Study &amp; Reference &gt; Commentaries &gt; New Testament #595 inBooks &gt; Christian</p><p>Books &amp; Bibles &gt; Bible Study &amp; Reference &gt; New Testament #24080 inBooks &gt; Religion &amp;</p><p>Spirituality</p><p>I was a church pew baby - born in one and remained throughout much of my life. Nothing and no</p><p>one has opened my eyes to the truths in the Word like Pastor Jon Courson has done in this</p><p>commentary. He speaks truths in todays language meeting todays needs. I have bought this</p><p>commentary for anyone who will take one (and even some who would'nt). I have watched lives</p><p>transformed from fence walkers to true followers of Jesus through the diligent reading of this</p><p>commentary. The scripture is in King James (my favorite) - and the commentary on it makes you not</p><p>even realize you are reading King James. For me, it is less of a commentary that I would go to to</p><p>look for understanding of specific verses - as it is a read through Bible. Many times I have read the</p></li><li><p>Bible with little understanding. This commentary has opened my eyes, heart and soul through Jon's</p><p>obvious God given gift used for HIS GLORY - to bring a greater awareness of GOD's Word to my</p><p>life. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT. I do not have alot of money - but when I find someone whom I can</p><p>share this with - I find the money in the budget for another one.</p><p>Jon Courson combines scholarly analysis with a broad and deep knowledge of Old Testament</p><p>Types and Symbolism to breathe a new vitality into the New Testament Good News. The common</p><p>theme is the Gospel of Grace, whereby Christians respond to Jesus' sacrificial love on the cross by</p><p>inviting Him into their hearts and letting Him finish the work by changing them from the inside out.</p><p>His self-deprecating and personal style is not only humorous and readable but also timely and</p><p>pertinent to the struggles we face in our lives. I highly recommend this commentary for those</p><p>Christians who are striving for maturity in their Christian walk.</p><p>I just love this book. I am thinking about buying a ton of them for Christmas gifts. This book is a</p><p>great commentary on the New Testament. It has taught me so much, sometimes by pointing out the</p><p>meanings of the original Greek words, and other time by just bringing things into focus. I am not a</p><p>long time student of the Bible and reading the Bible alone I have often felt confused or lost. John</p><p>Courson has really enabled me to focus and thoughtfully consider it as I read. Thank you, John</p><p>Courson. You have helped make my quiet time a joy rather than a chore!</p><p>I not only have a hard copy of Courson's commentary but bought it for my Kindle so I could always</p><p>have it at hand. Some Commentaries are drawn out and hard to understand. Jon wrote easy to</p><p>understand comments so anyone could say "I got it." I have 2 other commentaries and get bogged</p><p>down with all the big words and long explanations. Jon's commentary is for people who do not have</p><p>a PHD in Divinity. I can hardly wait for his OT to be available for my Kindle. Why did I buy Courson's</p><p>Commentary? I have listened to his sermons on radio for years and enjoyed his teachings. I had</p><p>faith that his commentary would be good.</p><p>I enjoy Jon's style of writing. I sat under his teaching both at church and the radio ministry, and he</p><p>always keeps you focused on Jesus. He uses numerous examples, both from text and personal</p><p>experiences, to help clarify and understand certain passages. He articulates well and expresses a</p><p>solid command of the English language. He knows the Word and sheds much light throughout the</p><p>book. I do use it as my daily devotional, and have for many years, as well as a study resource for</p></li><li><p>class. I would definitely recommend this commentary and have, for daily reading, or for an additional</p><p>study resource.</p><p>I use-to teach ... and this study guide is by far the best compilation (3 volumes) I've read and used.</p><p>Anyone attempting to understand the Bible for what ever the reason will surely find the</p><p>commentaries useful and accurate. The simplicity of the vernacular is impeccable. I have all three</p><p>volumes which is an excellent addition to my library. I have painstakingly crossed reference and</p><p>tested the comments ... they all came back five by five.</p><p>Jon Courson is a great Bible teacher who I have been listening to for 20 years on the radio. He also</p><p>is about my age and he is disarmingly open and honest and has a great laugh...he has had great</p><p>losses in his life that he has overcome.I've found all three of these books very helpful and brought</p><p>me closer to the Lord as I correctly understood different passages. "Study to show thyself approved</p><p>unto God, a workman that need not be afraid, rightly dividing the word of truth."...can't remember the</p><p>reference.</p><p>Such an awesome bible to commit time with God our Lord Jesus Christ and have His holy spirit</p><p>empower, correct, lift up, encourage, and teach you through. Grow in grace and knowledge brothers</p><p>and sisters!</p><p>Jon Courson's Application Commentary: New Testament Jon Courson's Application Commentary:</p><p>Volume 2, Old Testament (Psalms - Malachi) Jon Courson's Application Commentary: Volume 1,</p><p>Old Testament, (Genesis-Job) Jewish New Testament Commentary: A Companion Volume to the</p><p>Jewish New Testament The New American Commentary: 1, 2 Peter, Jude (New American</p><p>Commentary, 37) The Gospel of Matthew (The New International Commentary on the New</p><p>Testament) New Testament For Everyone Set, 18 Volumes (The New Testament for Everyone) The</p><p>Jewish New Testament: A Translation of the New Testament That Expresses Its Jewishness New</p><p>Testament Word Search Fun! Book 3: Gospel of Luke (New Testament Word Search Books)</p><p>(Volume 3) The Bible: The Bible Study Guide For Beginners - Understand The New Testament:</p><p>Your Bible Study Guide To Each Book In The New Testament From The NIV, Get ... Guides and</p><p>Workbooks For Prayer Warriors 4) The New Testament in Antiquity: A Survey of the New</p><p>Testament within Its Cultural Context The Untold Story of the New Testament Church: An</p><p>Extraordinary Guide to Understanding the New Testament Going Deeper with New Testament</p><p></p></li><li><p>Greek: An Intermediate Study of the Grammar and Syntax of the New Testament The New</p><p>Testament: Original Greek (Koine) New Testament (Greek Edition) The Book of Genesis (New</p><p>International Commentary on the Old Testament Series) 1-17 The Book Of Proverbs: Chapters</p><p>1-15. (New International Commentary on the Old Testament) Galatians (Zondervan Exegetical</p><p>Commentary on the New Testament) The Gospel according to John (The Pillar New Testament</p><p>Commentary (PNTC)) Romans (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament) The Book of</p><p>Proverbs, Chapters 15-31 (New International Commentary on the Old Testament) </p></li></ul>