Psalms 73-106: Reformed Expository Commentary [REC]
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Psalms 73-106: Reformed Expository Commentary [REC]

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Even by the high standards of the Psalms, the poems contained in Books 3 and 4 (Psalms 73–106) are extraordinary and memorable. In this thoughtful, devotional commentary, pastor-theologian Richard D. Phillips shows how these psalms’ particular honesty about the trials in our human experience magnify the justice and grace of our sovereign God. He alone offers the remedy to life’s fiercest struggles.

In our spiritual walk of faith, the psalmists take believers by the hand and guide us in our communion with God, pointing always to Christ.

As are all Reformed Expository Commentaries, this book is accessible to both pastors and lay readers. Each volume in the series gives careful attention to the biblical text, is doctrinally Reformed, focuses on Christ through the lens of redemptive history, and applies the Bible to our contemporary setting.

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Title: Psalms 73-106: Reformed Expository Commentary [REC]
By: Richard D. Phillips
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 576
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 15 ounces
ISBN: 1629956589
ISBN-13: 9781629956589
Series: Reformed Expository Commentary
Stock No: WW956589

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Even by the high standards of the Psalms, the poems contained in Books 3 and 4 (Psalms 73–106) are extraordinary in their insight and inspiration. They include memorable works by Asaph, the sons of Korah, and Moses and have laid the groundwork for many beloved hymns, including “Joy to the World!” and “Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven.” In this thoughtful, devotional commentary, pastor-theologian Richard D. Phillips shows how these psalms’ particular honesty about the trials in our human experience magnify the justice and grace of our sovereign God. He alone offers the remedy to life’s fiercest struggles. In our spiritual walk of faith, the psalmists take believers by the hand and guide us in our communion with God, pointing always to Christ.

Author Bio

Richard D. Phillips (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary; DD, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary) is the senior minister of Second Presbyterian Church of Greenville, South Carolina. He is a council member of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and of The Gospel Coalition, chairman of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, and coeditor of the Reformed Expository Commentary series.

Author Bio

Richard D. Phillips (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) is the senior minister of Second Presbyterian Church of Greenville, South Carolina. He is a council member of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, chairman of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, and coeditor of the Reformed Expository Commentary series.

Editorial Reviews

“My friend Rick Phillips is known for his careful exegesis, faithful exposition, theological insights, and pastoral concern. He beautifully blends these qualities in this excellent commentary on Psalms 73ⷑ106. This book should be close at hand for any preacher or teacher of the Word of God who wishes to understand the holy text and proclaim its inerrant truth.” -- Daniel L. Akin, President, Professor, Preaching and Theology, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

“The Psalms open the soul to expose the heights of worship and the depths of sorrow—sometimes in the same psalm. They are, as Calvin put it, ‘an anatomy of all parts of the soul.’ Both informative to the mind and encouraging to the soul, Richard Phillips’s sermonic commentary leads the believer through valley and mountaintop to discover that wherever we are, our faithful God is there with us and will minister to our every need.” -- Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

“Phillips not only expounds the rich doctrinal teaching of the Psalms with clarity (a welcome resource for any pastor), but also captures something of the poignancy of the poetry that contributes so significantly to their message. With the warm pastoral insights that we’ve come to expect from him, Phillips consistently demonstrates how these songs and prayers find their fulfillment in Christ, the ultimate singer of the Psalms.” -- Stephen Coleman, Assistant Professor, Old Testament and Biblical Languages, Westminster Theological Seminary

“Another commentary on the Psalms? Thankfully, yes! Rick Phillips not only has provided the church with an exceedingly readable and insightful commentary on Psalms 73–106, but has done so with the wisdom and thoughtfulness of a pastor who understands the struggles, hopes, fears, joys, sorrows, and temptations of believers. Dr. Phillips understands what Calvin meant when he wrote that the Psalms are an anatomy of all the parts of the soul. In this commentary there is a fine blend of careful reading, thoughtful exposition, and pointed application, as well as engaging illustrations that give weight to the exposition and applications. This is a commentary that preachers will want to study and Christians in general to read with the greatest profit.” -- Ian Hamilton, Professor, Systematic and Historical Theology, Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary

“The Reformed Expository Commentaries are usually the first books I turn to when preparing sermons. I’m therefore delighted that this volume fills up one of the few remaining gaps in the series. Yet Rick Phillips also has the rare gift of writing commentaries in such a way that all Christians, not just preachers, can read them with great profit and pleasure.” -- David Murray, Professor, Old Testament and Practical Theology, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

“Rick Phillips has now written a dozen or more commentaries in this series and has developed a reputation as one of the finest and most trustworthy expounders of Scripture alive today. Each volume has excelled in exegetical and homiletical skills possessed by only a very few preacher-scholars. This current volume, on book 3 of the Psalms (73–106), contains all the things that we have come to expect from Phillips: close attention to the text, judicious illustrations, and practical, relevant application. For those collecting the series, this is a no-brainer. For those who are discovering these volumes for the first time, this is a good place to start. Phillips will guide you to a better understanding of Scripture and ensure that your feet are kept firmly on the ground.” -- Derek W.H. Thomas, Chancellors Professor of Systematic and Pastoral Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary; Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church (ARP), Columbia, South Carolina

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