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Works under MDS 224
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- The NIV Application Commentary Isaiah by John N. Oswalt
- The Book of Isaiah, Volume II: Chapters 19-39 by Edward J. Young
- The Book of Isaiah, Volume I: Chapters 1-18 by Edward J. Young
- The Message of Daniel: The Lord Is King by Ronald S. Wallace
- Four prophets: Amos, Hosea, First Isaiah, Micah; a modern translation from the Hebrew by J. B. Phillips
- Jeremiah, Lamentations by F. B. Huey
- Daniel: An Expositional Commentary by James Montgomery Boice
- Amos, Obadiah, Jonah by Franklin S. Page
- Isaiah 40-66: A Commentary by Claus Westermann
- Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah by Kenneth L. Barker
- The Message of Ezekiel: A New Heart and a New Spirit (The Bible Speaks Today) by Christopher J. H. Wright
- The Twelve Prophets (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: Old Testament, Volume XIV) by Alberto Ferreiro
- Ezekiel by LaMar Eugene Cooper
- The Story of Jonah by Pamela Broughton
- Second Isaiah by John L. McKenzie
- Amos: A Commentary (Old Testament Library) by James Luther Mays
- Be Decisive (Jeremiah): Taking a Stand for the Truth (The BE Series Commentary) by Warren W. Wiersbe
- The Handwriting On The Wall: Secrets From The Prophecies Of Daniel by Dr. David Jeremiah
- Hopeful imagination by Walter Brueggemann
- My Servants the Prophets by Edward J. Young
- Handbook on the Prophets by Robert B.Jr. Chisholm
- Daniel: Gods Pattern for the Future (Bible Study Guide) by Charles R. Swindoll
- Surprised by Grace: God's Relentless Pursuit of Rebels by Tullian Tchividjian
- Living Prophecies: The Minor Prophets Paraphrased with Daniel and the Revelation by Kenneth N. Taylor
- An Introduction to the Old Testament Prophets by Hobart Freeman
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