Category Archives: Matthew Henry

Hope => patience…

Matthew Henry on 1 Thessalonians 1:3… …remembering without ceasing your work of faith, labor of love, and patience of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ in the sight of our God and Father… “Wherever there is a well-grounded hope of … Continue reading

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Though they seek to cover their shame…

Divine Providence has many ways of entailing disgrace upon the wicked practices even of great men, who, though they seek to cover their shame, are put to a perpetual reproach. Matthew Henry

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Limit of despair…

Let us think as bad as we can of sin, provided we do not think it unpardonable; let us despair of help in ourselves, but not of help in God. Matthew Henry

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Run to the cross…

Woe to him that is in despair, and is alone. Matthew Henry

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In bonds of love…

A worthwhile contemplation from Matthew Henry’s Commentary, on Matthew 27 and Jesus going bound to Pilate. Worthwhile…to read this against Incarnation and Nativity…Coming to earth in bonds of love… They bound Jesus. He was bound when he was first seized; … Continue reading

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Carrying off Naboth…

If Naboth must be taken off, there are sons of Belial to swear against him. Matthew Henry

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Dust and flesh…

Our Lord Jesus deals very tenderly with those who have true grace, though they be weak in it, Isa. 40:11; Heb. 5:2. He remembers not only that we are dust, but that we are flesh. Matthew Henry

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