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Not adapted for common readers, but scholars will prize it greatly. David Malick : "This classic is part of a ten volume set and thus not available as an individual volume. Nevertheless, it is helpful in its extensive discussion of each Psalm. The Hebrew text is referred to, but not to the degree that it would not be a useful source for the one without Hebrew. Spurgeon : "A rich volume, dropping fatness. Invaluable to the preacher. Having read and re-read it, we can speak of its holy savor and suggestiveness. We commend it with much fervor. Rosscup : "Though this is a very old work, reprinted, it is heavily laden with richness that edifies in explaining the text and making truth clear.

It is well worth the time, even if dated in parts.

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Spurgeon : "It has been said that this author had no qualification for a commentator except piety. This is not true, for he had natural poetry in his soul; and even if it were true, his work would go far to show how abundantly piety compensates for other deficiencies. He is among the best of our English writers on this part of Scripture, and certainly one of the most popular. Spurgeon : "Learned, but more occupied with mere verbal criticisms than with any useful suggestions which could be turned to account by a preacher.

David Malick - "Excellent theological treatment of the Psalms. Rosscup says that this commentary by Carl Bernhard Moll "in the Lange series is one of the best in that volume set.

Rosscup : "Distinguished among 19th century works on Psalms, this model work by a competent Anglican Hebrew scholar has much that is detailed and discerning along evangelical lines. Perowne has a fine introduction though it lacks findings of the past century.

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He shows, among other things, that the psalmist often went far beyond himself in statements and projected his thought prophetically to Christ. In most cases the verse by verse commentary solidly explains the text. Perowne often shows the unity between a Psalms statement and New Testament truth. Spurgeon : "A masterpiece of extraordinary learning and critical skill, although not altogether what we would desire.

Perowne is probably as capable as any one in England of doing all that Hebrew scholarship can do towards a better knowledge of the Psalms. The learning which he has brought together gives a value of its own to his book, and makes it an important contribution to a department of Biblical scholarship in which we are at present rather poorly furnished.

Selected Bibliography on the Book of Psalms. Spurgeon :.

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  • Full of instructive comment, but not very original, or remarkably learned. Click here for topics listed below :. Spurgeon : "Tholuck is one of the most spiritual of German interpreters. Though we cannot say that this is equal to some others of his works, yet he is a great writer, and always deserves attention. Spurgeon - Trapp excels in witty stories on the one hand, and learned allusions on the other Trapp is my especial companion and treasure; I can read him when I am too weary for anything else. Trapp is salt, pepper, mustard, vinegar, and all the other condiments.

    Put him on the table when you study, and when you have your dish ready, use him by way of spicing the whole thing. Yes, gentlemen, read Trapp certainly, and if you catch the infection of his consecrated humor, so much the better for your hearers. Representative quotes - Be careful what books you read, for as water tastes of the soil it runs through, so does the soul taste of the authors that a man reads. They are not too technical. They are devotional and enjoyable to read. See similar work Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary.

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    John Piper says that Horae Homileticae "is the best place to go for researching Simeon's theology. You can find his views on almost every key text in the Bible. He did not want to be labeled a Calvinist or an Arminian. He wanted to be Biblical through and through and give every text its due proportion , whether it sounded Arminian as it stands or Calvinistic. But he was known as an evangelical Calvinist, and rightly so.

    As I have read portions of his sermons on texts concerning election and effectual calling and perseverance he is uninhibited in his affirmation of what we would call the doctrines of grace What Simeon experienced in the word was remarkable. And it is so utterly different from the counsel that we receive today that it is worth looking at. Rosscup - In this very detailed exposition, the London pulpit master dealt with each verse, giving a wealth of illustration, practical comment, and preaching hints.

    Spurgeon shows that he read widely in the best literature of his day, gleaning out rich quotes. On any given verse one can expect to find exposition or quotes looking at it from various angles. The devotional flavor is excellent. Here is a suggestive source for preacher or teacher and much wealth for general readers, though readers must go elsewhere for word studies and exegesis to supplement their own personal exegetical study.

    There is also a condensation of the Treasury which cuts out about two-thirds of it, leaving much of the richness Ed Note: The links below are to the unabridged version David Otis Fuller, Psalms by Spurgeon. Grand Rapids: Kregel, The condensation is a help to the busy who want to get at the hub of things quickly. Also cf. McGrath this section. Modern commentator who has brief notes on many of the verses of each Psalm. This resource can aid your study as well as teaching and preaching of the Psalms. Psalm Verbum Dei. Psalms 24 The Crown!

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    In contemporary Greek it denoted a weighty, authoritative, royal, and official message. Biblical literature. Article Media. Info Print Print. Table Of Contents. Submit Feedback. Thank you for your feedback. Search all titles Search all collections. Your Account Logout. Psalms in the Early Modern World. Edition 1st Edition.