Psalms 73-150 (People's Bible Commentary Series)
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About "Psalms 73-150 (People's Bible Commentary Series)"
To understand the Psalms, we need to understand that we are treading on holy ground. The writers of these extraordinary songs were in touch with God, the Holy One. Sometimes they raged at him, sometimes they adored him. Often they consciously did neither, but just got on with living a godly life, keeping an eye Godward all the while.;This book, the second of two volumes, invites the reader to explore the Psalms, ponder their meanings, savour their poetry, and join with the communities of faith who over the years have used them in worship.;The People's Bible Commentary takes a daily readings approach that brings together both personal devotion and reflective study. Combining the latest scholarship with straightforward language and a reverent attitude to Scripture, it aims to instruct the head and warm the heart. There is a two page spread on each Bible passage; helpful introduction with background for the specific biblical text; a notes section at the end; and a general introduction to the series, setting out how the books can be used.
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Coggan is the 101st Archbishop of Canterbury.