Psalms & the Creator LORD Jesus Christ

by Dale M. Presley


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/6/2005

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 736
ISBN : 9781420843231

About the Book

“Psalms & the Creator LORD Jesus Christ” is the fifth verse-by-verse commentary that the author has published on a Bible book. The first book, “Way Truth:Life,” is a complete commentary on the book of Revelation. “Way Truth:Life” contains an introduction and four chapters that very simply explain the most complex theological issues and has a scripture-indexed Chronology Chart of the 7-year Tribulation. The second, third and fourth books, in order, “Daniel & the Creator LORD Jesus Christ,” “Zechariah & the Creator LORD Jesus Christ” and “Ezekiel & the Creator LORD Jesus Christ,” are complete commentaries on the books of Daniel, Zechariah and Ezekiel. All of the author’s interpretations of scripture are based upon the most literal meaning of all passages of scripture that can be made without violating the true meaning of other scriptures contained elsewhere in the sixty-six books of God’s Holy Word. All of the author’s books are liberally-supplied with scripture references (with an index) so that the reader can verify the truthfulness of the commentary as he or she proceeds.


About the Author

The author has been a Licensed Engineer in the State of Texas since 1980 (BS-EE Lamar University 1969), but understanding Bible prophecy has been and is his passion.  After studying/teaching through the Bible twice and writing commentary on all but a few chapters, the author published a verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Revelation in 1997 (“Way Truth:Life”).  Since then he has published verse-by-verse commentaries on the books of Daniel, Zechariah and Ezekiel in that order (“Daniel/Zechariah/Ezekiel & the Creator LORD Jesus Christ”).  The author believes the sixty-six books of the Bible to be the complete Word of God to mankind and that it must be interpreted most literally and with a penitent heart to understand it.