Expository Discourses on the Book of Genesis - Vol 1 by Andrew Fuller and published by Classics.
It is now upwards of twenty-two years since I first took the oversight of you in the Lord. During the last fifteen years, it has, as you know, been my practice to expound amongst you on a Lord's-day morning some part of the holy Scriptures, commonly a chapter. From all that I have felt in my own mind, and heard from you, I have reason to hope these exercises have not been in vain. They have enabled us to take a more connected view of the scriptures than could be obtained merely by sermons on particular passages and I acknowledge that as I have proceeded, the work of exposition has become more and more interesting to my heart".
You will consider these discourses as the result of having once gone over that part of the scriptures to which they relate. "Were we to go over it again, and again, such is the fulness of God's word, that we should still find interesting and important matter, which had never occurred in reading it before; and this should encourage us not to rest in any exposition, but to be constantly perusing the scriptures themselves, and digging at the precious ore." - From the Introduction.