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Andrew’s Commentary

Andrew's Commentary

Are you looking for a deeper revelation of biblical truths? Studying the scriptures with Andrew's commentary in hand is like having a personal tutor walk you through the Bible.

Andrew Wommack has spent more than fifty years studying the Bible, and his study notes are now available to you in his Living Commentary software, Life for Today books, and free online Bible commentary.

Life For Today Book

The Living Commentary is the result of a call that the Lord placed on Andrew’s life to be a teacher to the body of Christ. Along with that call came a God-given desire to help bring His body into “the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of fulness of Christ” (Eph. 4:13).

God’s Word, the Holy Bible, is given for that exact purpose (2 Tim. 3:16–17 and 2 Pet. 1:3–4), and Andrew’s commentary is meant to be a tool to help bring that purpose to pass in your life.

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  • Andrew’s first commentary, Life for Today: Gospels Edition, was published in book form in 1991.
  • Andrew, with the help of three full-time research assistants, published five more volumes over the next several years. The last volume, which includes Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians, was published in 1998.
  • Once Andrew started producing his Gospel Truth television program, he no longer had time to write the Life for Today commentaries.
  • In May 2000, the Life for Today notes were put on the website.
  • Andrew continued to study and record his notes on his computer.
  • Andrew’s team started developing the original Living Commentary software in December 2005. The software was launched in January 2008.
  • Today, the Living Commentary contains notes covering 23,000 Bible verses.
  • The new version of the Living Commentary makes Andrew’s updated notes available to you as soon as they’re completed, and they’re updated automatically. (It's called “living” for a reason!)
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The Life for Today notes are highlighted in green in the Living Commentary.

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If you love the convenience of having your Bible study tools on your computer, you'll want to find out more about Andrew’s new Living Commentary software.

The Living Commentary is the most comprehensive collection of revelation the Lord has given Andrew over the last fifty years! It is frequently updated and includes all the Life for Today notes, plus a commentary for every book of the Bible!

Do you already own the Living Commentary?

Learn how to update it here.

Free Online Bible Commentary Available

A commentary sample is available for free on our website and can be viewed using any browser-capable device (desktop, tablet, or phone).

The online Bible commentary is a portion of Andrew’s entire Living Commentary. It contains over 3,200 notes from Matthew to 2 Timothy and is a free sample of some of the wisdom available in the Living Commentary software.

Do you prefer studying with physical books?

Much of Andrew’s commentary was originally published in print form as the Life for Today book series and is still available today.

Main Features of the Life for Today books:

  • Bible study notes are written with a grace-and-faith perspective.
  • Greek words are included to add clarity to the English translation.
  • Short headings summarize the content of each passage.
  • Multiple translations are referenced to provide broader insight into scripture.
  • Parallel passages are provided when they relate to or further clarify a passage.
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  • Related scriptures are listed to enhance in-depth topical studies.
  • Dictionary definitions aid in understanding the meaning of words, especially the archaic forms of English words and phrases.
  • Over 3,200 notes (in the series) are written from a Spirit-filled perspective.
  • Andrew’s notes emphasize the “how-to” of applying biblical truth to your life.
  • Contains helpful visuals such as maps and graphs.
  • The Gospels edition includes chronological and parallel presentation of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
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Life for Today Editions:

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Close up of Life for Today: Acts Edition

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Close up of Life for Today: Gospels Edition

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Andrew's Bible commentary can be studied three different ways.

Which one is for you?