Volume 2 of Teaching Psalms picks up on the groundwork laid and begins with an overview of the structure of the Psalter. It then goes through the book of Psalms, giving an introduction to each one. It does not seek to compete with a commentary in that it does not approach each verse individually; however it offers what few commentaries attempt: a careful look at the message behind the book as a whole.
“This inner dialogue gives a window into the interior struggles of the life of faith, and supremely the life of faith as lived by Jesus the pre-eminent believer.” (Page 101)
“finally be gathered, in and with Christ, into our inheritance, now” (Page 186)
“only one who truly fits this description, the man Christ Jesus” (Page 29)
“constantly fighting one another; but we unite against God and His Christ” (Page 30)
“believe in ourselves and our right to rule our own lives.” (Page 30)