The psalms themselves speak so powerfully to the hurts, fears, disappointments, faith, hope, and spiritual aspirations of God’s people.”–James Montgomery Boice
Exploring Psalms 107-150, this third and final volume on the book of Psalms offers solid, practical, and well-illustrated expositions on God’s nurturing, grace, comfort, and instruction. James Montgomery Boice expounds on the theme of worship–what true worship is, who should worship, and when and how we should praise God.
- Psalm 110 calls us to offer our lives to Christ the Messiah.
- Psalm 133 describes the unity of those who live together as brothers.
- Psalm 147 challenges us to move our focus from ourselves to a God who is worthy of our praise.
This expositional commentary on one of the Bible’s most popular books combines careful scholarship and clear communication in a verse-by-verse and section-by-section reading of the biblical text. Integrating thoughtful interpretation with contemporary insight for daily living, James Montgomery Boice explains the meaning of the text and relates the text’s concerns to the church, Christianity, and the world in which we live.
James Montgomery Boice (1938-2000) was senior pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was also president and cofounder of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, the parent organization of The Bible Study Hour, on which Boice was a speaker for more than thirty years.
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Boice, James Montgomery, (Author)
Baker Books (2005), Edition: Pbk. Ed, 476 pages