Matthew Henry Commentary for Pocket PCThe Matthew Henry Commentary written in 1662-1714 by Matthew Henry.
Matthew Henry Commentary by: KJV Software, last updated: 23/02/2005
Requirements: Please see product description.
About Matthew Henry CommentaryMatthew Henry Commentary
Matthew Henry (1662-1714) has been known and loved for three centuries for his devotional commentary on the Bible. It has not been generally known that he was also a distinguished preacher. He began preaching at twenty-four years old and held pastorates until his death. The greatness of his sermons consists in their scriptural content, lucid presentation, practical application, and Christ-centeredness.
From Genesis to Revelation, Matthew Henry successfully combines practical application, devotional insight, and scholarship on the entire Bible. Henry has profound insights on the content, message and nature of God''s divine revelation. Perfect for all readers of the Bible who want a comprehensive commentary. Includes the entire text of Matthew Henry''s original multi-volume commentary in modern, easy-to-read type.
Quoting Charles Spurgeon: "First among the mighty (commentaries) for general usefulness we are bound to mention the man whose name is a household word, Matthew Henry. He is the most pious and pithy, sound and sensible, suggestive and sober, terse and trustworthy . . . he is deeply spiritual, heavenly, profitable; finding good matter in every text, and from all deducting the most practical and judicious lessons . . . It is the Christian''s companion, suitable to everybody, instructive to all."
Requires about 13.5MB of memory plus KJV Reader V3.x or higher.
Matthew Henry Commentary features:
- Free with KJV Reader!
- Covers Old and New Testament!
- Highly Compressed to reduce memory usage!
- Commentary is Referenced by verse for easy viewing!
- Single or Double Tap Verse Number - to view commentary!
- Memory Card Support - fully supports installation to memory card!
- Browser Like History - forward and backward like a browser!
- Bibles, Strong''s Hebrew and Greek Lexicons, and Cross References