Finding God in the Psalms Paperback
Sing, Pray, Live
by Tom Wright;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
One of Christendom's most popular writers Tom Wright shows us how the Psalms can open up a deeper relationship with God
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Finding God in the Psalms
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From the Introduction: 'I have decided, as a kind of thought-experiment, to order the material in three sections. The Psalms invite their singers, as they always have, to live at the crossroads of time, space and matter. This book explores what happens at this crossing-point.'
Finding God in the Psalms by Tom Wright was published by SPCK in February 2014 and is our 4181st best seller. The ISBN for Finding God in the Psalms is 9780281069897.
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Finding God In The PsalmsJackie Rowe, via The Good Book Stall
As a Tom Wright fan, and a lover of the Psalms, I came to this book with a great sense of anticipation. I could hardly put it down!
As always, Wright writes passionately and winsomely, with an invitation to embrace all of the Psalms and to put them back at the centre of our prayer and worship.
His three main sections look at the Psalms first, as they stand at the intersection of different layers of time (God's and ours); secondly, as they speak of the intersection of God's space with our space and; thirdly, as they celebrate the sheer physicality of creation. I like the way he ends the book with a chapter called 'My life with the Psalms' a reflective personal testimony, looking back at the many ways the Psalms have impacted his life.
I have underlined many 'quotable quotes' in my copy of the book, but will end with this one from his penultimate chapter. 'The Psalms speak of change, but more importantly they are agents of change: change within the humans who sing them, and change through those humans, as their transformed lives bring God's kindness and justice into the world.'
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Details for Finding God in the Psalms
|Author / Artist||Tom Wright|
|Publisher||SPCK (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Page last updated||20th December 2017|