An inspirational and informative analysis of all 150 Psalmsó73 by David, 27 by five other
authors, including Moses, and 50 left anonymousócontaining many profound prophecies,
moral insights, and spiritual promises which are often overlooked during devotional reading.
Messages regarding practical living, overcoming temptation, offering praise, expressing faith,
seeking God, facing afflictions, and hosts of other subjects abound throughout this veritable
storehouse of truth. This is a book not of theoretic theology, but of the practical theology of
vivid human experience. One especially interesting part of the course is the detailed
definitions and spiritual meanings given for each of the specialized terms found in the titles
and texts of the Psalms (Alamoth, Gittith, Higgaion, Maschil, Selah, etc.). Whenever possible,
the Davidic Psalms are presented in conjunction with the corresponding accounts of his life as
recorded in the historical books. 3 credits.
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