Psalms (Opening Up Series)
The Psalms, the longest book in the Bible, has been described as the national hymn-book of the people of Israel in the Old Testament. Full of emotion, expressing the believer's response to various experiences, and full of theology, these psalms...
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The Psalms, the longest book in the Bible, has been described as the national hymn-book of the people of Israel in the Old Testament. Full of emotion, expressing the believer's response to various experiences, and full of theology, these psalms give wonderful counsel to us today, both in our day-to-day life and in our worship. Roger Ellsworth competently leads us through the different kinds of psalms, first giving the 'big picture', then 'zooming in' to look at the detail of some of the psalms in closer perspective.
---Simple (but not simplistic) tool to help individuals and
small groups open up the Bible for themselves
---Priced to suit the pocket
---Two levels of questions: study and personal application
plus resources for further reading
...brief enough for the busy theologian, yet deep enough to assist in sound exegesis and stimulating enough to deepen the spiritual walk of ardent Biblical scholars
Roger Ellsworth has given a very unique look at Psalms
Ellsworth competently guides through the different kinds of psalms, giving the big picture, zooming in to the detail of some in closer perspective.
Roger Ellsworth is currently serving as Pastor of Parkview Baptist Church in Jackson, TN, after servng as pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, Benton, Illinois, from 1988. In addition to serving as a Pastor, Roger Ellsworth also served two years as President of the Illinois Baptist State Association and ten years as a trustee of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, two of which he was Chairman of the Board. Pastor Ellsworth has also written extensively, having had forty books published by five publishing houses.