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Good sermon preparation requires prayer, study, and the Bible. Many pastors and preachers also find commentaries helpful as they prepare their weekly sermon. Read what revered commentators have shared from their own studies as you prepare your sermon and cover difficult topics and passages of Scripture. SermonCentral’s collection of commentaries include some of the most popular commentators among pastors and church leaders, including Matthew Henry and John Wesley.


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Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary

The condensed one-volume classic commentary. Matthew Henry was the consummate biblical scholar and pastor. Motivated by his love for God, he spent over 20 years writing prayerful and penetrating reflections on every verse of the Bible. For three centuries his writings have been read for both their scholarship and devotion. This classic is a treasure for pastors, students, Bible teachers, and devotional readers alike!

Matthew Henry's Whole Bible Commentary

Matthew Henry was the consummate biblical scholar and pastor. Motivated by his love for God, he spent over 20 years writing prayerful and penetrating reflections on every verse of the Bible. For three centuries his writings have been read for both their scholarship and devotion. This classic is a treasure for pastors, students, Bible teachers, and devotional readers alike!

Wesley's Explanatory Notes

John Wesley's commentary on the whole Bible was produced between 1754 and 1765. Wesley did not attempt to record all his knowledge on each verse. Instead, his purpose was to help beginning Bible students with simple and concise notes.

Scofield's Reference Notes

This classic study Bible from C. I. Scofield offers a wealth of helpful features for the student of God's Word. Scofield's introductory notes, cross references, and explanatory footnotes help readers understand difficult passages.