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Henry Matthew

Henry, Matthew (1662-1714), author of an Exposition of the Old and New Testament, commonly known as Henry's Bible, was born in Flintshire, and died at Nantwich. He had charge of Nonconformist congregations at Chester and Hackney. His commentary was finished by other ministers, and is still a standard work rather by reason of its devotional character than on account of its exegetical value.

“If God give thee not only earth but heaven, that thou shouldest rule over sun, moon, and stars, and have rule over the highest of the sons of men, it would not be enough to satisfy thee, except thou hadst God himself.”
–Jeremiah Burroughs, The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment