Educational Bible Commentaries
If you are looking for educational materials to help you better understand the Father's Word, there are many teachers available who explain and interpret the Scriptures in detail for you. My absolute favorites, which I personally endorse with great enthusiasm, are these:
Charles A. Clough (Audio: Free MP3s)
Wow! Charles A. Clough is a most amazing teacher! Here are audio files you can listen to ... all free MP3s to listen to or to download. Charles A. Clough is a staff meteorologist with the Department of the United States Army. He became a Christian while studying math and science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and makes some very astute points about the sharp and total conflict between the biblical worldview and modern culture - you really don't want to miss these lessons!
Chuck Missler (Audio: Free MP3s)
I find Chuck Missler's views and interpretations to not only be the most educated and well-informed that I've ever come across, but the most entertaining and easy to listen to, as well. Missler's commentaries will keep you on the edge of your seat with interest and excitement -- I promise you!
Dr. Bob Utley
This extensive collection of free commentaries represent the ministry of Dr. Bob Utley, a retired Professor of Hermeneutics with more than 16 years of full-time university teaching experience in the U.S. and now an international teacher of the Word.
If you would like to review a full listing of FREE audio commentaries by a number of different teachers, check out this List of Audio Commentaries where you'll find at least nineteen different commentators!
If you prefer reading, try these: Text Commentaries by Chuck Smith
Or ... check out other authors here: Text Commentaries | BlueLetterBible.org
And here's a very well organized set of commentaries to read, covering every book, chapter and verse of the Bible:
Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible (Unabridged)
Volume 1: Genesis to Deuteronomy
Volume 2: Joshua to Esther
Volume 3: Job to Song of Solomon
Volume 4: Isaiah to Malachi
Volume 5: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
Volume 6: Acts to Revelation
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary (Abridged)
Abridgment of Matthew Henry's 6 volume Commentary on the Bible
If you aren't sure where to begin, I believe the best book to start with is the book of Revelation. Surprised? You won't be! If you start your study with the last book of the Bible -- especially with Chuck Missler -- you'll be visiting all the other books ... and you'll soon see that God knew the end from the beginning; that He has a plan and that He's been orchestrating that plan in your best interest for a very, very long time!