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We have collected several well known and recommended commentaries. In this collection you will find sets covering the Bible as a whole, the Old and New Testaments respectively, and specific books or portions of the Bible. The commentaries are organized by set, author, or book(s) covered (in the miscellaneous commentary section at the bottom).
Brother Larimore began preaching soon after he was baptized, and his preaching attracted much attention from the first. His humble manner and pious behavior gave him ready and easy access to the hearts of the people. He walked from Tennessee into North Alabama, where he held his first meeting. One has described him as follows: "On his face there was a settled expression of goodness and melancholy which touched the hearts of the people with a feeling of sympathy and love. There was an indescribable and irresistible pathos in his voice, manner, and general appearance which melted audiences to tears and moved hearts long hardened by sin to repentance at the appeal of the gospel." He preached where an opportunity was given him. He preached in schoolhouses, under brush arbors, and in log cabins. He baptized hundreds of people and established many congregations in the hill country of Alabama in a short time.
He was the author of more than a dozen books which have greatly influenced young preachers and members of the church. His book "God's Prophetic Word," is considered a classic in its field and is used as a textbook in colleges and schools of preaching. Among his other books are "The Book of Revelation," "Bulwarks of the Faith," "The Gospel for Today," "The Christian and Government," "The Sermon on the Mount and the Civil State," "The Story of the Norris-Wallace Debate," "The Neal-Wallace Debate," "Number One Gospel Sermons," "A Review of the New Versions," "The Present Truth," and "The Instrumental Music Question." Below are some of his works.
Under the preaching of the lamented James A. Harding, Shepherd obeyed the Gospel on February 1, 1877, and began preaching on June 18, 1882. Shepherd wrote many books. In 1894, he wrote a book entitled "Handbook on Baptism." He is also well-known for his splendid history of the church titled "The Church, the Falling Away, and the Restoration."
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