Forgotten Songs Paperback

Reclaiming the Psalms for Christian Worship

by C. Richard Wells;


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Forgotten Songs

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'Forgotten Songs' seeks to reclaim the content in various areas of worship. This book first examines biblical and historical foundations for the use of the Psalms in worship. The Old Testament and New Testament are revisited noting the nature and purpose of the Psalms and how they were used. Examples of the Psalms being employed by the Church Fathers and throughout the Reformation are also explored.
The second section of the book examines specific ways of using the Psalms in our worship today. These aren't abstract ideas or suggestions but are examples from the personal and corporate lives of individuals who have been significantly impacted by the Psalms. From group singing of the Psalms, to praying Psalms publicly and privately, to pastoral care and the place of lament, 'Forgotten Songs' will help others remember to actively use the Psalms in their own worship lives, individually and corporately.
256 pages

Forgotten Songs by C. Richard Wells was published by Broadman and Holman in October 2012 and is our 36701st best seller. The ISBN for Forgotten Songs is 9781433671784.

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Page last updated 3rd December 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherBroadman and Holman (October 2012)
Weight354g
Number of Pages256
Thickness13 mm
Height229 mm
Width156 mm
ISBN9781433671784
ISBN-101433671786
Product Code4041454
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