Teaching Psalms Vol. 2: From Text to Message (Proclamation Trust Revised edition)

Teaching Psalms Vol. 2: From Text to Message (Proclamation Trust Revised edition)

By: Christopher Ash (author)Paperback

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The Psalms can be sung, spoken or read - but they were written to be prayed. Until we pray them from the heart we miss their purpose. The two volumes of Teaching Psalms aim to get the reader's heart engaging with this beautiful book of the Bible. If you love, or want to love, or think perhaps you ought to love the Psalms, these volumes are for you. Volume 1 acts as a handbook: - How to pray the Psalms - How to teach the Psalms - The difficulties we face in the Psalms - Integrating the Psalms into the Bible story Volume 2 picks up on the groundwork laid and begins with an overview of the structure of the Psalter. It then goes through the book of Psalms, giving an introduction to each one. It does not seek to compete with a commentary in that it does not approach each verse individually; however it offers what few commentaries attempt - a careful look at the message behind the book as a whole.

About Author

Christopher Ash is Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House and Ministry Trainer at St. Andrew the Great church in Cambridge. From 2004 to 2015 he was Director of the Proclamation Trust Cornhill Training Course. He splits his time between preaching, speaking and writing, and has written several books, including `Bible Delight: Psalm 119 for the Bible teacher and Bible hearer' and `Teaching Psalms Vol. 1'.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781527100053
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 320
  • ID: 9781527100053
  • weight: 345
  • ISBN10: 1527100057
  • edition: Revised edition

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