Barclay on the Lectionary
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Based on the Sunday Lectionary, these inspiring and deeply insightful Barclay readings are ideal for worship leaders, individuals and groups. They are drawn from William Barclay's much-loved and ever-popular comprehensive commentary on the New Testament. Many millions of people, worldwide, love William Barclay's endlessly fascinating down-to-earth ability to unlock and reveal the meaning of the New Testament in our daily life.
'[William Barclay] paints pictures with words and draws you in ... absolutely fantastic. -- Steve Chalke
'The distance between then and now, or between Jesus and me, is crossed in a split second.' -- Richard Littledale
'Thanks to Barclay, I'm now devouring my Bible in the same insatiable way some devour a best-selling novel.' -- Diane Louise Jordan
'William Barclay writes with such an intelligent clarity and generosity.' -- Nick Baines, Bishop of Bradford
'one of the few who could at the same time distil the essence of scholarly findings with nourishment for the Christian way.' -- Richard Harries
'Barclay has a breathtakingly rich knowledge of the world in which the gospel is set' -- Kenneth Steven
'The work of William Barclay requires no introduction for long-term Life and Work readers. Author of the world-famous Daily Study Bibles before his death in 1978, his words and work continue to shape and influence generations of Presbyterians around the globe. Drawn from his acclaimed commentaries on the New Testament, this latest volume brings together a new pattern of his work, using the book of Matthew as a guide for a year. This work would be helpful for those charged with the task of leading worship or a year-long Bible study.' -- Life & Work magazine, December 2013