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File Name: Mahan, Henry - With New Testament Eyes: Pictures of Christ in the Old Testament
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Author: Mahan, Henry
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These pictures of Christ bring the reader straight to the point of seeing Christ in scripture. Someone who has never seen these beautiful and amazing types of Christ will be greatly blessed, as well as those who study them over again.

No one type or picture can perfectly represent the Lord Jesus Christ and his great work of salvation. That is why there are so many.

However, the ones included in this volume are some of the standards and the most fundamental to the faith. From the ‘woman’s seed’ in Genesis to the ‘Messenger of the covenant’ in Malachi, Christ is clearly set forth in these commentaries.

Produced and Published by
Grace Books
A ministry of
Grace Baptist Church of Danville, KY

© Grace Baptist Church of Danville, KY, 2007. All rights reserved. Our desire is not to restrict, but to further the use of the materials in this book. Any part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, with the prior permission of:

Grace Baptist Church of Danville, KY
2734 Old Stanford Road
Danville, KY 40422

Cover design by Peter Meney
Cover Photo by Mike Bertrand

ISBN 978-1-4357-0619-4

Printed by Lulu Press Inc.

About Henry Mahan
March 1947 – Pastor Henry Mahan and his wife, Doris, moved to Ashland, KY to work with Pastor Donald Wells and the Southern Baptist church –Pollard Baptist.

September 1947 – Realizing that he needed more training and education, the Mahans moved to Chattanooga, TN, where he attended Tennessee Temple College for three years. While there he pastored the Oakwood Baptist Church.

April 1950 – The Pollard Baptist Church called Pastor Mahan to be Pastor Wells’ assistant pastor.

Rolfe Barnard came to the Pollard Church to preach a two week meeting, and Pastor Mahan heard (for the first time) how God can be just and justifier of sinners. He read Boettner’s, ‘Doctrine of Predestination,’ Boston’s, ‘Fourfold State,’ the various old confessions of faith and other Calvinistic writers, and the Lord revealed the gospel of Christ to him and to many of the members of the Pollard Church.

August 1951 – Pastor Wells resigned the church and moved to Chattanooga, TN. The church called Pastor Mahan to be their pastor in October 1951.

From that time, he tried several ways, books, and methods to teach Sunday School for the people. He bought John Gill’s Commentary and tried to teach his ‘Body of Divinity,’ chapter by chapter.

Finally, in the late 70’s he began to write his own Sunday School lessons, verse by verse through the New Testament; and the teachers used these from that day forward.

Bill Clark, missionary to France, and Pastor Mahan became close friends in 1965. They traveled and preached together in the United States and in England, Ireland, Spain, France, and Africa.

Bill moved his family from France to Welwyn, England and started Evangelical Press in an effort to distribute grace literature worldwide.

By 1983 Pastor Mahan had gone through most of the epistles of the New Testament verse by verse and Bill and John Rubins asked for the copyright on his commentaries. They printed them in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and in 1994 in Russian. Evangelical Press also printed his Gospel of John and Old Testament Pictures of Christ in 2 volumes. The Lord made it possible for these commentaries to be sent to several countries as a missionary effort. Bill Clark was the instrument God used to get these books printed and distributed.

He went to be with the Lord November 8, 1998 at age 66. He will be remembered by all of us who knew him so well as one of the Lord’s most outstanding and faithful preachers and missionaries.


Contents
The fall: Genesis 3:1-21
Abel's offering: Genesis 4:1-15
The ark of Noah: Genesis 6, 7
Sarah and Hagar; law and grace: Genesis 15:1-21:14
The Lord will provide: Genesis 22:1-14
A bride for the heir: Genesis 24
Bethel – the house of God: Genesis 28:10-22
Peniel - the face of God: Genesis 32:24-32
Joseph opens the storehouses: Genesis 41
Joseph and his brothers: Genesis 42-45
Shiloh: Genesis 49:8-10
The Passover: Exodus 12:1-13
The manna: Exodus 16:11-18, 31;
Water from the rock: Exodus 17:1-7;
The blood before the Lord: Leviticus 4:1-7
The ram of consecration: Leviticus 8:22-24
The Day of Atonement: Leviticus 16:1-22
Caleb - the faithful dog: Numbers 14:1-25
The high priest intercedes: Numbers 16:41-50
The brazen serpent: Numbers 21:4-9
A Prophet like Moses: Deuteronomy 18:18-22;
The cities of refuge: Deuteronomy 19:1-10;
Joshua: Deuteronomy 34:1-12;
The scarlet line in the window: Joshua 2:1-22:
The birth of Samson: Judges 13:1-25
The kinsman redeemer: Ruth
The song of Hannah: 1 Samuel 2:1-10
Give us a king: 1 Samuel 8:1-22
Saul's great sin: 1 Samuel 13:1-14
David and Mephibosheth: 2 Samuel 9:1-13
Why God permitted David to fall: 2 Samuel 11, 12
Comfort from God's covenant: 2 Samuel 23:1-5
I will not offer to God that which cost me nothing: 2 Samuel 24:10-24
The Queen of Sheba comes to Solomon: 1 Kings 10:1-9
Three examples of faith: 1 Kings 17:8-16;
Where is the Lord God of Elijah?: 2 Kings 2:1-15
Empty vessels filled: 2 Kings 4:1-7
Naaman, the leper: 2 Kings 5:1-14
Open his eyes that he may see: 2 Kings 6:8-23
Four lepers teach us a lesson: 2 Kings 6:24 - 7:8
Nehushtan—a piece of brass: 2 Kings 18:1-8
Bringing back the ark: 1 Chronicles 13:1-14;
Uzziah's great transgression: 2 Chronicles 26; Isaiah 6:1-5
Four things learned in trouble: Job 1:1-22
How can man be just with God?: Job 9:2; 15:14-16; 25:4-6
Three vital questions: Job 14:1-14
I know that my Redeemer liveth: Job 19:21-27
Now mine eye seeth thee: Job 42:1-6
The Psalm of Messiah the King: Psalms 2:1-12
God's two great books: Psalms 19:1-14
The Psalm of the cross: Psalms 22
The Lord is my shepherd: Psalms 23
True God - true Israel - true Redeemer: Psalms 24
Eight great precepts: Psalms 37
My hope is in thee: Psalms 39
Many, O Lord, are thy wonderful works: Psalms 40:1-10
A song of love: Psalms 45
The sinner's prayer: Psalms 51
My rock and my salvation: Psalms 62
Our Lord's sufferings for our sins: Psalms 69
Mercy and truth are met together: Psalms 85
The victory of the Messiah: Psalms 91
Bless the Lord, O my soul: Psalms 103
Let the redeemed of the Lord say so: Psalms 107
The King-Priest: Psalms 110
The chief cornerstone: Psalms 118:1-24
The observer and the observed: Psalms 139
Praise the Lord O my soul: Psalms 146
Wisdom in Christ: Proverbs 8
The conclusion of the whole matter: Ecclesiastes 1, 2
Remember now thy Creator: Ecclesiastes 12:1-14
My beloved is mine and I am his: Song of Solomon 2:1-17
What is thy beloved more than another beloved?: Song of Solomon 5:9-16
Come now and let us reason together: Isaiah 1:1-20
Here am I—send me: Isaiah 6:1-8
Jesus Christ—the Mighty God: Isaiah 9:6-7
The day of divine visitation: Isaiah 12:1-6
The believer's comfort: Isaiah 40:1-9
The Messiah: Isaiah 42:1-21
A just God and a Saviour: Isaiah 45:16-25
The Redeemer describes himself: Isaiah 50:1-11
Our confession of faith: Isaiah 53
Seek ye the Lord: Isaiah 55
The person and work of the Messiah: Isaiah 61:1-3 (Luke 4:16-21)
The Lord our righteousness: Jeremiah 23:1-8
The believers hope: Lamentations 3:1-26
From nothing to everything: Ezekiel 16:1-14
Lost, driven away, broken, sick: Ezekiel 34:1-6
Can these bones live?: Ezekiel 37:1-14
Four things God taught Nebuchadnezzar: Daniel 4:28-37
Thy God will deliver thee: Daniel 6:1-24
Hosea-type of Christ: Hosea 1-3
A famine to be feared: Amos 8:11-13
Salvation is of the Lord: Jonah 2:1-10
A fountain opened for mourners: Zechariah 12:10; 13:1
The messenger of the covenant: Malachi 3:1-6

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