Even Warren Wiersbe Likes to “S.W.I.M.”

February 18, 2009 at 12:21 pm | Posted in John, Quotes | 4 Comments
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There is not space in these studies to plumb the depths, but I have tried to present the basic teachings of this marvelous book. The Gospel of John is simple enough for a child to wade in, but deep enough for the scholar and the most seasoned saint to swim in.

Warren W. Wiersbe

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  1. […] you can see, the Herods were evil, and they practiced nepotism. Warren Wiersbe says nepotism is when a father, being evil, knows how to give good gifts to his children. (Luke […]

  2. […] away from those who really need just as much – or maybe even more – attention. Warren Wiersbe‘s way of describing this is to point out that “empty barrels make the most […]

  3. […] practiced a less extensive (and not-acceptable-to-God) form of circumcision than the Israelites. Some believe that the text is talking about Eliezer, Moses’s other son. I suppose, after studying the […]

  4. […] is right. Elaborate prayers for forgiveness can easily turn into excuses, and, as Bible commentator Warren Wiersbe would sometimes write, an excuse is the skin of a reason stuffed with a […]


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