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The Bible Exposition Commentary had a modest beginning in 1972 with the publication of Wiersbe’s commentary on 1 John entitled Be Real. With over 4 million volumes in print and used worldwide, these timeless books have provided invaluable insight into the history, meaning, and context of virtually every book in the Bible.
Revised with added content, these commentaries now include study questions at the end of each chapter for further reflection and application. Discover for yourself Wiersbe's unassuming style and penetrating analysis of Scripture as you arrive at a deeper appreciation of God's Word.
This module contains volumes on all Old Testament books and all New Testament books.
Old Testament (27 Volumes)
- BE Basic (Genesis 1-11) - Believing the Simple Truth of God’s Word
- BE Obedient (Genesis 12-24) - Learning the Secret of Living by Faith
- BE Authentic (Genesis 25-50) - Exhibiting Real Faith in the Real World
- BE Delivered (Exodus) - Finding Freedom by Following God
- BE Holy (Leviticus) - Becoming “Set Apart” For God
- BE Counted (Numbers) - Living a Life That Counts for God
- BE Equipped (Deuteronomy) - Acquiring the Tools for Spiritual Success
- BE Strong (Joshua) - Putting God’s Power to Work in Your Life
- BE Available (Judges) - Accepting the Challenge to Confront the Enemy
- BE Committed (Ruth/Esther) - Doing God’s Will Whatever the Cost
- BE Successful (1 Samuel) - Attaining Wealth That Money Can’t Buy
- BE Restored (2 Samuel & 1 Chronicles) - Trusting God to See Us Through
- BE Responsible (1 Kings) - Being Good Stewards of God’s Gifts
- BE Distinct (2 Kings & 2 Chronicles) - Standing Firmly Against the World’s Tides
- BE Determined (Nehemiah) - Standing Firm in the Face of Opposition
- BE Patient (Job) - Waiting on God in Difficult Times
- BE Worshipful (Psalm 1-89) - Glorifying God for Who He Is
- BE Exultant (Psalm 90-150) - Praising God for His Mighty Works
- BE Skillful (Proverbs) - God’s Guidebook to Wise Living
- BE Satisfied (Ecclesiastes/Song of Solomon) - Looking for the Answer to the Meaning of Life
- BE Comforted (Isaiah) - Feeling Secure in the Arms of God
- BE Decisive (Jeremiah/Lamentations) - Taking a Stand for the Truth
- BE Reverent (Ezekiel) - Bowing Before Our Awesome God
- BE Resolute (Daniel) - Determining to Go God’s Direction
- BE Concerned (Amos, Obadiah, Micah, Zephaniah) - Making a Difference in Your Lifetime
- BE Heroic (Ezra, Haggai, Zechariah) - Demonstrating Bravery by Your Walk
- BE Amazed (Hosea, Joel, Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Malachi) - Restoring an Attitude of Wonder and Worship
New Testament Volumes (23 Volumes)
- BE Loyal (Matthew) - Following the King of Kings
- BE Diligent (Mark) - Serving Others as You Walk with the Master Servant
- BE Compassionate (Luke 1-13) - Let the World Know That Jesus Cares
- BE Courageous (Luke 14-24) - Take Heart from Christ’s Example
- BE Alive (John 1-12) - Get to Know the Living Savior
- BE Transformed (John 13-21) - Christ’s Triumph Means Your Transformation
- BE Dynamic (Acts 1-12) - Experience the Power of God’s People
- BE Daring (Acts 13-28) - Put Your Faith Where the Action Is
- BE Right (Romans) - How to Be Right with God, Yourself, and Others
- BE Wise (1 Corinthians) - Discern the Difference Between Man’s Knowledge and God’s Wisdom
- BE Encouraged (2 Corinthians) - God Can Turn Your Trials Into Triumphs
- BE Free (Galatians) - Exchange Legalism for True Spirituality
- BE Rich (Ephesians) - Gaining the Things That Money Can’t Buy
- BE Joyful (Philippians) - Even When Things Go Wrong, You Can Have Joy
- BE Complete (Colossians) - Become the Whole Person God Intends You to Be
- BE Ready (1 and 2 Thessalonians) - Living in Light of Christ’s Return
- BE Faithful (1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon) - It’s Always Too Soon to Quit!
- BE Confident (Hebrews) - Live by Faith, Not by Sight
- BE Mature (James) - Growing Up in Christ
- BE Hopeful (1 Peter) - How to Make the Best of Times Out of Your Worst of Times
- BE Alert (2 Peter, 2 John, 3 John, Jude) - Beware of the Religious Imposters
- BE Real (1 John) - Turning from Hypocrisy to Truth
- BE Victorious (Revelation) - In Christ You Are an Overcomer
BE Series Commentary
• Author: Warren W. Wiersbe
• Publisher: David C. Cook
March 18, 2019 | 1:59 PM |
He was my pastor when I studied at the Moody Bible Institute. His Conversational Style Speaks directly to the heart of the listener. This series were intended to be expositional in nature. These messages were developed concurrently along the Living Bible format which opened God's Word to ordinary people.
October 12, 2015 | 8:15 PM |
This a favourite series for many, Wiersbe’s Exposition sometimes strikes me at times insightful but over all I find his work a little too uneven. One thing that is most commendable about Accordance's release is the inclusion of Lamentations and Song of Solomon. These two small OT books were never done in the release of the smaller volumes, but only came into existence in the release of the complete "Bible Exposition Commentary." This series is coming from a fairly conservativervangelical point of view and generally has a very warm, usually non-technical look at the passage. It is very useful in that it usually offers questions at the end of each commentary section to ponder. I think it is very much worth owning but I would not recommend it as an only resource.