Henry Law (1797-1884) was a leading figure in the Evangelical Party of the Church of England in the early nineteenth century. He was also a prolific practical teacher of the Scripture who wrote The Gospel in the Pentateuch (see the individual books from this below). Spurgeon correctly noted with characteristic wit, but obvious truth, “Law abounds in the gospel.” Others have since described Law as the “Most Christ-centered author”.
It seems to be a compilation of the following books.
Law, Henry – The Gospel in Genesis.topx
Law, Henry – The Gospel in Exodus.topx
Law, Henry – The Gospel in Leviticus.topx
Law, Henry – The Gospel in Numbers.topx
Law, Henry – The Gospel in Deuteronomy.topx
Chist is all, because in
In Genesis Jesus is portrayed as Our Creator God
In Exodus, Jesus is portrayed as Our Passover Lamb
In Leviticus, Jesus is portrayed as Our Sacrifice for Sin
In Numbers, Jesus is portrayed as Our ‘Uplifted One’
In Deuteronomy, Jesus is portrayed as Our True Prophet.
from Henrietta Mears-What the Bible is all about.
These are devotional commentaries.