Musings on Matthew
Over the last two years, I have been engaged in a series of consecutive expository sermons through Matthew's magnificent gospel. I am now up to chapter thirteen. Perhaps like you, after I pray regarding the text I am to preach on and do my exegetical work, I enjoy reading the thoughts of others. The gospel of Matthew is well served when it comes to commentaries. Out of the many volumes that I own on Matthew these are the top ten that have been the most helpful to me over the years.
Leon Morris, Pillar Series
D. A. Carson, The Expositor's Bible Commentary Volume 8 (older edition)
Grant R. Osborne, Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament
Craig L. Blomberg, The New American Commentary
Michaels J. Wilkins, The NIV Application Commentary
William Hendriksen, William Hendriksen New Testament Commentary
David L. Turner, Baker Exegetical Commentary
John MacArthur, The MacArthur New Testament Commentary
John Legg, Welwyn Commentary Series
Matthew Henry, Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible
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