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Prayer, praise and prophecy

Author: Geoffrey Grogan
Publisher: Fearn : Christian Focus, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Psalms are God's gift to us to help re-establish contact, understand His mind and how to communicate with Him. This is not a commentary on the Psalms; instead, Geoffrey Grogan seeks to introduce  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey Grogan
ISBN: 1857926420 9781857926422
OCLC Number: 49045818
Description: 330 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Theological introduction --
ITS GENERAL FEATURES. The history of its study ; The diversity of its authors ; The variety of its forms ; The characteristics of its poetry --
ITS GREAT THEMES. The God of the psalms ; God creates his people ; God rules his people ; God meets with his people ; God distinguishes his people ; God protects his people ; God judges and blesses his people ; God refines his people ; God fulfils his people --
ITS GRAND DESIGN. The significance of its structure ; The introductory psalms (Psalms 1 and 2) ; Book 1: the tribulations and security of David ; Book 2: the tribulations and security of God's people ; Book 3: why? why? why? ; Book 4: the eternal heavenly King ; Book 5: pilgrimages, precepts, prophecies and praise ; The message of the book as a whole --
ITS GLORIOUS FULFILLMENT. New Testament interpretation of the psalms ; The person of the Christ ; Christ's sufferings and vindication ; Practical conclusion: How should we use the psalms?
Responsibility: Geoffrey W. Grogan.

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... an excellent overview of the longest book in the Old Testament. It interacts with all the latest research, distils it, and shows the practical ministry implications. -- Lee Gatiss- Churchman Read more...

 
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