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I Will Trust in You

eBook|Oct 2012
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In his introduction to this beautifully written companion to the Evening Cycle of Psalms (as set out in the Church of England's Book of Common Prayer), Michael Sadgrove reminds us that the Psalms have been central to public worship and...


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In his introduction to this beautifully written companion to the Evening Cycle of Psalms (as set out in the Church of England's Book of Common Prayer), Michael Sadgrove reminds us that the Psalms have been central to public worship and personal prayer for the entire history of the church. They are indeed one of the world's greatest spiritual treasures- in the words of Martin Luther, 'full of heartfelt utterances'- and are as vital a source of comfort, challenge and inspiration to people of faith today as they have ever been. I Will Trust in You will greatly benefit anyone who wishes to engage more deeply with the riches of the Psalms.

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Michael Sadgrove

Michael Sadgrove has been Dean of Durham since 2003. A former Dean of Sheffield and Precentor of Coventry Cathedral, he has also served as a parish priest in the north-east of England and as a teacher of biblical studies at a theological college. He is the author of A Picture of Faith. He was born in London in 1950, is married to a psychotherapist and has four adult children.

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