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|Title: Psalms By the Day: A New Devotional Translation|
By: Alec Motyer
Number of Pages: 420
Vendor: Christian Focus
|Publication Date: 2016|
Weight: 1 pound 12 ounces
Stock No: WW917169
Following on from the successful and much acclaimed Isaiah by the Day, Alec Motyer leads us through the Psalms in this new devotional translation. Day by day you will read freshly translated passages from the Psalms and have an opportunity to explore the passage further through the authors notes and devotional comments.
What a wonderful resource! This is an invaluable study companion for anyone reading through the Psalms ... very accessible and user friendly; no knowledge of Hebrew is necessary. I heartily recommend this for pastors, students and laity alike.
... expository without being dry, devotional without being forced. As we get to look over his shoulder, we learn to read the Psalms better for ourselves ... delicious combination-richly full, concisely put.
This book is an absolute treasure - a life-time of godly scholarship, faithful preaching and pastoral wisdom all in one volume ... a wonderful way to engage freshly with these rich Biblical songs!
I've long taken the view that anything by Alec Motyer is always worth reading. His grasp of the Bible is second-to-none. The publishers have excelled themselves with this handsome hardback volume. Here are 73 days of readings incorporating Motyer's fresh translation of the Psalms. A book to savour and enjoy.
This book is the dream combination: the Psalms presented as a daily devotional by the great Christian scholar ... Everyone who picks up this book will find that they not only learn to read and understand the Psalms as Christian scripture, they may also find their prayer life changed in a profound and dramatic way.
Part commentary, part word study, and part devotional summary/analysis, the author has brought together his earlier treatment of the Psalms in a repackaged format suitable for daily personal reading. Reflective, suggestive, informative, and inspiring, this book models the profound but subtle scholarship for which Motyer was well known.