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Psalms 1–72: A Commentary in the Wesleyan Tradition
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Psalms 1–72: A Commentary in the Wesleyan Tradition


Beacon Hill 2015

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Perhaps no other book of the OT is more beloved, more widely used, and more often interpreted than Psalms. Psalms 1-72 is the first of two volumes on this treasured collection of hymns, praises, and prayers.

With scholarly precision, David Thompson brings to the forefront the meaning of each psalm, describing its background and original function in the life of God s people. He then skillfully steers the reader toward present-day applications, displaying a keen grasp of what the psalms mean in the light of Christ s coming. Through this commentary, pastors, worship leaders, teachers, and laypeople can gain increased insight into how each psalm best fits in worship, ministry, and daily life. Biblically sound and thoroughly relevant, this commentary is an essential guide to the church s most important book of prayer and song.

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Key Features

  • The Latest scholarship from notable experts in the Wesleyan tradition
  • Comprehensive annotation covering background material, verse by verse exegesis, and practical application
  • Clear verse-by-verse explanations offering contemporary Wesleyan understanding derived from the passage’s original language

Product Details

  • Title: Psalms 1–72: A Commentary in the Wesleyan Tradition
  • Author: David Thompson
  • Series: New Beacon Bible Commentary (NBBC)
  • Publisher: Beacon Hill
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 318
  • Christian Group: Wesleyan
  • Resource Type: Commentary

About David Thompson

David Thompson serves at Asbury Seminary as the F.M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies. After doctoral studies and professorial assignments at United Wesleyan College and Marion College (now Indiana Wesleyan University), this prolific author has also served in a pastoral assignment in Rockville, MD.

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