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Comentario de Colosenses Willie Alvarenga
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Este comentario consiste en una explicación breve del texto de Colosenses. Una excelente herramienta de estudio para entender el texto de esta hermosa carta.
Comentario de Efesios Willie Alvarenga
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Este comentario consiste en una explicación doctrinal y práctica de la carta del apóstol Pablo a los santos en Éfeso. Una excelente herramienta para maestros y predicadores que desean explicar el texto de Efesios a la iglesia.
Comentario de Filipenses Willie Alvarenga
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Este libro consiste en un comentario verso por verso de la carta de Filipenses.
Comentario Exegético de Primera y Segunda de Timoteo Willie Alvarenga
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El comentario exegético de primera y segunda de Timoteo es una explicación de cada versículo de estas dos cartas. En la explicación se proveen lecciones doctrinales como también prácticas. Este comentario es una excelente herramienta de estudio para examinar el texto de Timoteo junto con la iglesia.
Commentary on the Book of Colossians Robert Cavender
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The book of Colossians is one of four epistles written by the Apostle Paul during his Roman imprisonment, the other three books are: Ephesians, Philippians, and Philemon. Colosse was a city in Asia Minor located in the Lycus River Valley which is now western Turkey. It was about 100 miles east of Ephesus. Colosse formed a triangle with its two sister cities, Hierapolis and Laodicea (See Col.4:13-16). They both were located within a day's journey of Colosse. This was not a church that Paul had started during any of his missionary trips, but apparently it was founded through the preaching and teaching of Epaphras (Col.1:7). Some of the church's memebership consisted of masters and ...
Commentary on the Book of James Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of James. James is the author of this epistle; thought to be written around 45 A.D. He is the half-brother of the Lord Jesus Christ (Matt.13:55; Gal.1:19) and the full brother of Judas/Jude who wrote the book of Jude. James was a leader in the early church in Jerusalem (Acts 12:17; 21:18), also he was the moderator of the church council described in Acts 15. The book of James is known as a general epistle, called such because it was not addressed to any local church, but to believers in general (twelve tribes scattered abroad). It was most likely the first New Testament book to be written, but the last to be accepted into the canon of Scriptur ...
Commentary on the Book of Philemon Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Philemon.
Commentary on the Book of Philippians Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Philippians
Commentary on the Book of Titus Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Titus
Commentary on the Books of 1 & 2 Thessalonians Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Books of 1 & 2 Thessalonians It is likely that these two epistles to the Thessalonian church were the earliest of the apostle Paul's writings. They were written from the city of Corinth in A.D. 50 or 51. The founding of this church is recorded in Acts 17:1-10. It was established during Paul’s second missionary trip. His companions on this journey were Silas and Timothy. Even though Paul and his preaching companions only ministered in Thessalonica for approximately three weeks (Acts 17:2), yet a strong and vibrant church emerged from their time spent there. Thessalonica was the capital and largest city of the Roman province in Macedonia.

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