The Daily Study Bible Series: Psalms, Volume 1 The complete Daily Study Bible—Old Testament follows the brilliant pattern of William Barclay's popular Daily Study Bible—New Testament. Written by accomplished interpreters of the OT, these volumes combine the depth of scholarship, the critical style, and the grace that characterized Barclay's writing.
“It is the loyal love of the partner in the covenant-agreement which God has bestowed upon his people.” (Page 20)
“‘He restores my soul’, which is really ‘He gives me back my life’” (Page 116)
“In quiet mood now, like the song of soprano voices, the psalm invites us (a) to Come, behold. This word means ‘Use your insight to grasp the meaning of…’ Then, (b) to stop, that is, be still, relax, think, learn, learn the meaning of the great events which God is performing as you look at the water gushing out of the tunnel into the Pool of Siloam. (c) Make the final discovery, that is, know that I am God!” (Page 222)
“This psalm, which almost surely stems from David himself, describes what it feels like thus to be back at home with God.” (Page 115)
“Give me a new personality, one that is aware of my relationship to You and to other people within the Covenant.‘” (Page 244)