Bible Study - Old Testament - Outlines and commentaries

Be Wise

by G van Rongen

Outlines on the Book of Proverbs

64 pages, softcover


By the good hand of our God upon us...

by G van Rongen

Outlines on the books of Ezra and Nehemiah

62 pages, softcover

Out of Print

Elisha the Prophet

by G van Rongen

Although this book carries as its title the name of Elisha, it does not concentrate on this prophet only, but it sets out to describe the work done by the covenant God in the days of Elisha.
This prophet had to announce the blessing and the curse of God's covenant in the situation of his own times. God's Word needed to be accepted. Woe unto them who were unwilling to do so, however, a faithful remnant was comforted and encouraged.
Today also this is God's way: Everything happens according to the Word of the LORD. We have been put under the authority of His Word. This is something great indeed, because from God's side the covenant means certainty, security. The guarantee lies in Him, in His eternal counsel and will concerning our redemption in Christ the Saviour, which is being fulfilled. At the same time it is a very serious thing, for God's covenant requires of us that we keep His Word and really live in this relationship.
The present days are packed with all kinds of denials of the Bible as the inspired Word of God. One of the consequences is that by many people the LORD is no longer acknowledged as the God of the covenant and that the real fear of the LORD is lost.
This book may be helpful in keeping us with God's Word, in teaching us the riches and the responsibilities of being children of the covenant.

Printed Edition:
177 pages, softcover


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Enumerations in the Wilderness - Part One

by H Ohmann

Outlines on the Book of Numbers - Chapters 1 - 19

158 pages, softcover


Enumerations in the Wilderness - Part Two

by H Ohmann

Outlines on the Book of Numbers - Chapters 20 - 36

172 pages, softcover



by P Poortinga

The Book of Esther has a unique place in the Bible. It is an account of events at the court of a Persian king who was not acquainted with God. God's name is not mentioned anywhere in the book. Besides the familiar canonical Book of Esther, apocryphal segments exist wherein God is mentioned by name. Yet God reveals Himself especially in the canonical Bible book. That is why it is so fascinating to attentively read that well-known narrative. This book aims to promote such reading.



God comes to His People - Part One

by B van Zuijlekom

Outlines on the Book of Exodus - Chapters 1 to 15:21

71 pages, softcover


God comes to His People - Part Two

by B van Zuijlekom

Outlines on the Book of Exodus - Chapters 15:22 - 40

83 pages, softcover


God Reveals Himself

by AJ van Zuijlekom

"...the fact that the LORD God lets Himself be known is a great miracle. So many people do not come any further than vague talk about God as being some higher being. Others experience Him as an obscure greatness. But our God lets Himself be known, enabling us to love Him. That is a wonderful experience. It is my wish that this Bible study may help you learn to know the LORD more and more..."

1. The LORD lets Himself be known (Genesis 18)
2. The Almighty offers protection (Psalm 91)
3. Love and wrath in one breath (Amos 1-3:8)
4. The Word makes us know God (John 1:1-18)
5. Praise the Lord for your election! (Ephesians 1:1-14)
6. Long for your Redeemer! (Revelation 22:6-22)

44 pages, softcover


God's Song Book for His People

by G Kwakkel and B Vuijk

Outlines on the Book of Psalms

64 pages, softcover

Limited Stock

Hosea - A Strange Love

by HJ Messelink

Who is God? It is a question many people have tried to find an answer to throughout the ages. It is also a question we can ask ourselves: who is God? What should be our view of God? Often when answering this question, the emphasis is placed on one particular aspect of God: His omnipotence, His love, or His wrath. This holds the danger of forming a fixed image of the LORD God. He is the living God, however, the God who is concerned about our lives; who responds to our behaviour and in this way makes Himself known to us.

It is in this manner that God comes to us through the prophecy of Hosea. He is hurt, offended, and terribly angry. He punishes His people. At the same time He is very loving. The Lord entices His people, draws them towards Him; He longs for His people. He wants to grant them conversion and healing. And He is still the same today. Through this Bible-passage we may know how He is also present in out personal lives today. I sincerely hope that the study of this part of the Bible may contribute towards gaining a closer acquaintance with the living God.

The sub-title, a strange love, reveals something about the special characteristic of this Bible-book. Hosea was required to show love to an adulterous woman. In the same manner our God shows love for an adulterous nation. A strange love. Who would love a woman who is unfaithful? Our God does! And his love conquers. That is the red thread that runs through the prophecy of Hosea.

69 pages, softcover
ISBN: 978-0-9871472-1-9


Shadows of the Light

by J de Wolf

Outlines on the Book of Leviticus

104 pages, softcover


Song of Songs

by JH van der Hoeven

Outlines on the Song of Solomon

55 pages, softcover
ISBN 978-0-9579517-8-5


The Book of Ezra

by C Bouwman

Nine sermons of the Book of Ezra

  • Ezra 1:1b - The Almighty stirs up the Mighty
  • Ezra 2:1 - God's merciful election
  • Ezra 2: 68 and 69 - Cheerful giving
  • Ezra 3:3a - A living sacrifice
  • Ezra 4:3 - Cooperation rejected
  • Ezra 5: 1,2; 6:14a - Obedience to the Word
  • Ezra 6:7 - God receives the wealth of the gentiles
  • Ezra 7:3 - Brokeness before God
  • Ezra 10:11b - Separation from the world
  • 64 pages, softcover


    Tears for Jerusalem - Scripture Studies on Lamentations

    by D Grutter

    Lamentations is one of the least known books of the Bible. That means that a part of God's own Word remained closed to us. A Word that after all belongs to the Gospel, whic we confess we must believe to be saved. This book too, has been given to us for our comfort...
    The believers who sat among the ruins of Jerusalem, or who lived along the streams of Babylon, experienced difficulties. Their tears were shed for Jerusalem, but a light also penetrated the dark clouds that converged above the church.
    This book is an attempt to show some of the riches of these songs of lamentation.



    The Glory of the Lord with His people

    by P van Gurp

    An outline of the prophesy of Ezekiel, covering chapters 1 to 39.

    The ideal companion to the book "The Third Temple - Insight and Outlookby J Wiskerke-van Dooren.

    126  pages, paperback
    ISBN 978-0-9579517-4-7


    The Third Temple - Insight and outlook

    by J Wiskerke-van Dooren

    An outline covering chapters 40 to 48 of the prophesies of Ezekiel.

    The ideal companion to the book "The Glory of the Lord with His Peopleby P van Gurp.

    72  pages, paperback
    ISBN 978-0-9804818-3-9


    There was no king in Israel

    Study outlines on the book of the Judges

    84 pages, softcover


    You're only young once

    by MJC Blok

    The Ten Commandments in the Light of the Proverbs

    115 pages, softcover
    Out of Print

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