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The Message of Psalms 73-150:Songs for the People of God (The Bible Speaks Today) ePub download

by Michael Wilcock

  • Author: Michael Wilcock
  • ISBN: 0851115071
  • ISBN13: 978-0851115078
  • ePub: 1494 kb | FB2: 1899 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Bible Study & Reference
  • Publisher: Inter Varsity Pr; First Edition edition (June 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 548
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The Message of Psalms 73-150:Songs for the People of God (The Bible Speaks Today) ePub download

Through exegeting the Psalms 73-150, Wilcock demonstrates why he is a great Old Testament scholar of the modern age, which makes this introduction to the book of Psalms 73-150 a must-read by pastors preaching or Layman teaching through Psalms 73-150 either in the Pulpit or in th. .

Through exegeting the Psalms 73-150, Wilcock demonstrates why he is a great Old Testament scholar of the modern age, which makes this introduction to the book of Psalms 73-150 a must-read by pastors preaching or Layman teaching through Psalms 73-150 either in the Pulpit or in the Sunday School room. I highly recommend this volume as an aid in either of these circumstances.

Part of the The Bible Speaks Today: Old Testament Series).

book by Michael Wilcock. Part of the The Bible Speaks Today: Old Testament Series).

Michael Wilcock has written a sort of travel guide through the Psalms. From Psalm 73 to 150, we pass through conflicts, burdens, mysteries and sufferings of life, ending with a song of praise. But though the individual psalms arose from an assortment of times, experiences and settings, the book is composed in a deliberate pattern, not as a random anthology

Published June 2001 by Inter Varsity Pr. Written in English.

The Bible Speaks Today is a fine resource that works at listening to the message in the original situation of the biblical books and hearing God's Word for today through the . The Message of Psalms 73-150.

The Bible Speaks Today is a fine resource that works at listening to the message in the original situation of the biblical books and hearing God's Word for today through the Scriptures. These volumes are models of fruitful exposition. Transformation changes God's people and empowers the church to be Christ's body in the world. The Bible Speaks Today series has been written with just this transformation in mind and succeeds in helping it to happen. I have seen it!" Mark Labberton.

In his previous book, The Message of Psalms 1–72, he invited us to begin our journey through the gateway of Psalms 1 and 2, with their summons to obedience. In this sequel, he ends with Psalm 150, singing its song of praise. Volume 2, The Message of Psalms 73–150, picks up where he left off and Wilcock guides his readers through all the yes, buts of faith-the conflicts, the burdens, the mysteries, and the sufferings of life.

Michael Wilcock has written a sort of travel guide to Psalms. In the first volume, The Message of Psalms 1-72, he invited us to begin our journey through the gateway of Psalms 1 and 2, with their summons to obedience.

But though the individual psalms arose from an assortment of times, experiences and settings, the book is composed in a deliberate pattern, not as a random anthology. Michael Wilcock has written a sort of travel guide to Psalms. In this volume he ends with Psalm 150, singing its song of praise.

It is full of pictures that show us a variety of places in a land of spiritual experience. The second volume in the series offers a practical introduction and exposition to every featured Psalm, long or short, familiar or neglected. We also need their imaginative vitality. ISBN-13: 9780851115078, 978-0851115078.

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Message of Psalms 73-150
Celace
I purchased Volume two of message of Psalms at the same time I purchased volume one. It was a good decision. I found both books were excellent in applying the messages of the psalm to today's world and making them relevant. The Author has done a tremendous job of explaining the background of the later psalms in volume 2. You will find that the historical background and the relationship of the earlier psalms are also discussed in detail. It allows one to see the continuity of the message from one time to another. I think you will enjoy Volume two as much as you will volume 1.
INvait
Short but very clear commentary on each Psalm.
Westened
“Pastoral and Thought Provoking”. These are the words you will be thinking when you finish “The Message of Psalms 73-150” by Michael Wilcock, as it is one of the most well written books on the Psalms that I have had the privilege of reading. This book is parts of the ever-growing series called “The Bible Speaks Today”, produced by IVP Academic.  “The Bible Speaks Today” is a thoroughly Evangelical series which serves as an introduction as well as practicality explaining the book of Psalms through a thoroughly Evangelical perspective.  This is the second volume of a two volume set, the first being Psalms 1-72, both written by Michael Wilcock.

In the introduction, with regard to the dating of Psalms, Wilcock argues well for an early date while, briefly, against critical arguments for older dating. His arguments systematically destroy any critical arguments that have been put forth to this time. His arguments are up today and even focus on the most critical and modern viewpoints, even ones that have just recently been published.

Wilcock is a excellent exegete specifically and when it comes to the Pentateuch, it shines in this volume.  Wilcock makes sure that the reader is getting an important look into the culture of the day and its influence on the text. Through this process Wilcock brings about conclusions which are gold for any pastor preaching exegetically through the book of Psalms.

Through exegeting the Psalms 73-150, Wilcock demonstrates why he is a great Old Testament scholar of the modern age, which makes this introduction to the book of Psalms 73-150 a must-read by pastors preaching or Layman teaching through Psalms 73-150 either in the Pulpit or in the Sunday School room. I highly recommend this volume as an aid in either of these circumstances.

This book was provided to me free of charge from IVP Academic in exchange for an unbiased, honest review.
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