M.E. Rosson has been writing poetry and literature for over 30 years. He has 18 published works of non-fiction and has published one Christian Novel, Uncle of God. M. E. Rosson is a weekly columnist for the Rutherford County Reader. He has lived in various countries during his time in the Air Force and has been a pastor, missionary, church planter and evangelist. Mr. Rosson currently works as a Patient Advocate at a VA Hospital. He lives with his wife of twenty-six years, their three children and his beloved grandson, Nathan, in Tennessee.
All The Books Of The Bibleby M E Rosson
First half of the commentary for the Gospel of Luke which gives the reader a companion that will allow them to read and understand their Bible as may have never happened before. See more details below
First half of the commentary for the Gospel of Luke which gives the reader a companion that will allow them to read and understand their Bible as may have never happened before.
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M.E. Rosson has taken on a task that few would or could do and that is to write commentaries on the books of the Bible. After having read Sandals in the Dust and Abraham and the Middle East I knew I would like whatever Mark set out to do with his profound yet so easily understood way of writing. When I received the opportunity to read his latest work I jumped at the opportunity to do so and I have not been disappointed. Having now read Genesis and Exodus I am now reading Leviticus. Genesis and Exodus were so easily understood that I believe any young person could take their Bible and follow along with Mark's commentary and easily understand the true meaning of what God is conveying to us through His written word from the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden to the Israelites wandering in the desert for forty years making mistake after mistake in not trusting or having enough faith to get past their own understanding to believe God and Moses. The story of the literal manna or bread falling from Heaven is made so clear that finally even I understood it's great meaning and how they were to pick it up in the morning for five days to do them only through that day then on the sixth they were to pick up enough to do them on the seventh. If they tried to hoard the manna up for more than one day on other days it spoiled and could not be eaten. The God of Heaven was and still is in control. Explaining that God took his own finger and wrote for Moses the ten commandments would have to make one's spirit soar in awesome wonderment of the God of Abraham, Isaac, Noah and Moses and to know that the same God in their day is still the same today. These books will be keepsakes and heirlooms for future generations if you choose to obtain them and should be a must for every household who wants to understand the great books of the Bible even better. reviewed by Mary Ellen Goble Preece author of The Truth is in the Light see her other books at Life in Appalachia: