Comments on Psalms
Psalms is poetic, yet with no "poetic license," for it is purely the Word of God. It has five divinely-given sections. Psalms was generally written from a Jewish viewpoint by various writers, yet maintains a beautiful unity since each writer was inspired by God. Some psalms refer directly to the Lord Jesus, quoting words He would speak 1000 years later. Also, many psalms are prophetic of events of the Great Tribulation and Millennium.
In this summary of the longest book of the Bible, may every reader find true blessing in discerning many comparisons and contrasts that the Holy Spirit presents. We commend this new commentary to your reading.
- Section 1 (Psalms 1-41): God the Prime Object of Faith
- Section 2 (Psalms 42-72): Israel's Ruin and Future Redemption
- Section 3 (Psalms 73-89): Brought Into the Sanctuary
- Section 4 (Psalms 90-106): Man's Trial, Failure and Replacement
- Section 5 (Psalms 107-150): A Magnificent Summary
|Author||Grant, L. M.|
|Number of Pages||414|
|Subject||Commentaries (Old Testament)|