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Psalms 107-150 (Volume 3) (Expositional Commentary Series)

James Montgomery Boice

Psalms 107-150 (Volume 3) (Expositional Commentary Series)

James Montgomery Boice

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The solid, practical, and well-illustrated expositions of James Montgomery Boice on Psalms 107-150.

- Publisher 480 Pages

- Publisher This third and final volume of Dr. Boice's study of the Psalms contains expositions of the Psalter's fifth book (Psalms 107-150).Because these expositions were first preached at Boice's Tenth Presbyterian Church and on broadcasts of the Bible Study Hour, they are communicated in a style accessible to a wide range of readers, from preachers seeking solid models of biblical exposition to people desiring a rich source of meditation. In Psalms, Boice pulls the psalmists' deepest reflections from the New International Version text and summarizes their main ideas. These chapter-by-chapter studies note important structural, cultural, and language features of the Psalms, but the goal is in-depth meaning and twentieth-century applications. This commentary will appeal to pastors, Bible teachers, small group leaders, and anyone looking for an insightful study and devotional guide to the Psalms. From the BookAlexander Duff was an eloquent pastor and missionary pioneer, the first sent to India by the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. On October 14, 1829 he and his wife set out for the Indian sub-continent on a ship called the Lady Holland. The ship ran aground while attempting to navigate the Cape of Good Hope. The pounding surf soon destroyed the ship, but miraculously all the passengers and crew made it safely to land.Nothing remained of their belongings, but as one sailor walked along the shore, he came upon two books, a Bible and the Scottish Psalm book. He found the name of Alexander Duff in both of them, so he brought them to the missionary. Duff had been transporting eight hundred books to India, where he hoped to (and later did) establish a college, but of those eight hundred books only these two remained. In spite of this loss, Duff at once opened the Bible to Psalm 107 and read it to the other survivors, concluding with the words, "Whoever is wise, let him heed these things and consider the great love of the LORD (v. 43).

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About "Psalms 107-150 (Volume 3) (Expositional Commentary Series)"

The solid, practical, and well-illustrated expositions of James Montgomery Boice on Psalms 107-150.
- Publisher

480 Pages
- Publisher

This third and final volume of Dr. Boice's study of the Psalms contains expositions of the Psalter's fifth book (Psalms 107-150).Because these expositions were first preached at Boice's Tenth Presbyterian Church and on broadcasts of the Bible Study Hour, they are communicated in a style accessible to a wide range of readers, from preachers seeking solid models of biblical exposition to people desiring a rich source of meditation. In Psalms, Boice pulls the psalmists' deepest reflections from the New International Version text and summarizes their main ideas. These chapter-by-chapter studies note important structural, cultural, and language features of the Psalms, but the goal is in-depth meaning and twentieth-century applications. This commentary will appeal to pastors, Bible teachers, small group leaders, and anyone looking for an insightful study and devotional guide to the Psalms. From the BookAlexander Duff was an eloquent pastor and missionary pioneer, the first sent to India by the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. On October 14, 1829 he and his wife set out for the Indian sub-continent on a ship called the Lady Holland. The ship ran aground while attempting to navigate the Cape of Good Hope. The pounding surf soon destroyed the ship, but miraculously all the passengers and crew made it safely to land.Nothing remained of their belongings, but as one sailor walked along the shore, he came upon two books, a Bible and the Scottish Psalm book. He found the name of Alexander Duff in both of them, so he brought them to the missionary. Duff had been transporting eight hundred books to India, where he hoped to (and later did) establish a college, but of those eight hundred books only these two remained. In spite of this loss, Duff at once opened the Bible to Psalm 107 and read it to the other survivors, concluding with the words, "Whoever is wise, let him heed these things and consider the great love of the LORD (v. 43).
- Publisher

Meet the Author

James Montgomery Boice

James Montgomery Boice (D.Theol., University of Basel, Switzerland) was until his death in 2000, the pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, the teacher on "The Bible Study Hour" radio program and chairman of the board of City Centre Academy. In addition to authoring numerous journal articles, he was a consulting editor for the Expositor's Bible Commentary. His books and many Expository commentaries include Foundations of God's City and the five-volume work The Gospel of John.
-Editorial Review.

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  • Catalogue Code 124261
  • Product Code 0801011647
  • EAN 9780801011641
  • Pages 480
  • Department Academic
  • Category Old Testament Commentaries
  • Sub-Category Psalms
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Jan 1999
  • Dimensions 248 x 159 x 33 mm
  • Weight 0.839kg

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