Preaching the Word Commentary Series (41 Volumes)

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Crossway’s Preaching the Word commentary series is an expository commentary derived from actual sermons and edited for written presentation. Each contributing author is a pastor and possesses advanced skill in the Bible’s original languages.

The series focus is on illuminating the meaning of the biblical text in a way that is accessible – and enjoyable to read – so as to edify the church with knowledge of Scripture and its application to real life. Pastors, students, and professors will find much to consider in these volumes.

The series is noted for its unqualified commitment to biblical authority, clear exposition of Scripture, readability, and practical application. It is an ideal resource for pastors and teachers, as well as for personal Bible study.

This module contains 41 volumes covering 20 Old Testament books, all 27 New Testament books, plus an additional New Testament volume on the Sermon on the Mount. Volumes included in this module:

  • Genesis: Beginning and Blessing (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Exodus: Saved for God’s Glory (Philip Graham Ryken)
  • Leviticus: Holy God, Holy People (Kenneth A. Matthews)
  • Numbers: God’s Presence in the Wilderness (Iain M. Duguid)
  • Deuteronomy: Loving Obedience to a Loving God (Ajith Fernando)
  • Joshua: People of God’s Purpose (David Jackman)
  • Judges/Ruth: God in Chaos (Barry G. Webb)
  • 1 Samuel: Looking for a Leader (John Woodhouse)
  • 2 Samuel: Your Kingdom Come (John Woodhouse)
  • 1 Kings: Power, Politics, and the Hope of the World (John Woodhouse)
  • Job: The Wisdom of the Cross (Christopher Ash)
  • The Psalms: Rejoice, the Lord Is King (Vol. 1; Psalms 1-41) (James Johnston)
  • Proverbs: Wisdom that Works (Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.)
  • Ecclesiastes: Why Everything Matters (Philip Graham Ryken)
  • The Song of Solomon: An Invitation to Intimacy (Douglas Sean O’Donnell)
  • Isaiah: God Saves Sinners (Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.)
  • Jeremiah and Lamentations: From Sorrow to Hope (Philip Graham Ryken)
  • Daniel: The Triumph of God’s Kingdom (Rodney Stortz)
  • Matthew: All Authority in Heaven and on Earth (Douglas Sean O’Donnell)
  • The Sermon on the Mount: The Message of the Kingdom (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Mark: Jesus, Servant and Savior, Vol. 1 (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Mark: Jesus, Servant and Savior, Vol. 2 (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Luke: That You May Know the Truth, Vol. 1 (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Luke: That You May Know the Truth, Vol. 2 (R. Kent Hughes)
  • John: That You May Believe (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Acts: The Church Afire (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Romans: Righteousness From Heaven (R. Kent Hughes)
  • 1 Corinthians: The Word of the Cross (Stephen T. Um)
  • 2 Corinthians: Power in Weakness (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Galatians: Gospel Centered Living (Todd Wilson)
  • Ephesians: The Mystery of the Body of Christ (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Philippians: The Fellowship of the Gospel (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Colossians and Philemon: The Supremacy of Christ (R. Kent Hughes)
  • 1 & 2 Thessalonians: The Hope of Salvation (James H. Grant Jr.)
  • 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus: To Guard the Deposit (R. Kent Hughes and Bryan Chapell)
  • Hebrews: An Anchor for the Soul, Vol. 1 (R. Kent Hughes)
  • Hebrews: An Anchor for the Soul, Vol. 2 (R. Kent Hughes)
  • James: Faith That Works (R. Kent Hughes)
  • 1 & 2 Peter and Jude: Sharing Christ’s Sufferings (David R. Helm)
  • 1-3 John: Fellowship in God’s Family (David L. Allen)
  • Revelation: The Spirit Speaks to the Churches (James M. Hamilton Jr.)

“It is a pleasure to commend this series of homiletical commentaries. They fill an enormous vacuum that exists between the practical needs of the pastor/teacher and the critical exegetical depth of most commentaries. With this series, evangelicalism may now claim its own William Barclay. While remaining true to the text and its original meaning, Dr. Hughes helps us face the personal, ethical, theological, and practical questions that the text wants us to answer in the presence of the living God and his illuminating Holy Spirit.”—Walter C. Kaiser Jr., President Emeritus and Distinguished Professor of Old Testament and Ethics, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary


  1. Adam Pymble

    One of the best commentary series – helping busy pastors prepare sermons. Written and edited by preachers from a biblical academic background, there’s enough depth to help exegesis and exposition without getting bogged down, and lots of warm clear teaching and application without it being ‘done for you.’ Ash’s commentary on Job is worth the series price alone (almost!) It’s my go to series.

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