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Overview Originally published in four volumes, Dr. W. Graham Scroggie's monumental study of the Psalms is now available in one volume, complete and unabridged. Scroggie provides an exposition of each psalm and examines its poetic form, outline, and historical setting. Also included are homiletical illustrations and devotional thoughts for each of the psalms.
Publishers Description Scroggie's psalm-by-psalm commentary provides a comprehensive treatment of each of the Old Testament's "songs."
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Studio: Kregel Classics
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.74" Width: 6.04" Height: 2.67" Weight: 3.32 lbs.
Release Date Jun 21, 1995
Publisher Kregel Classics
ISBN 0825437733 ISBN13 9780825437731
Availability 0 units.
More About W. Graham Scroggie
W. Graham Scroggie (1877-1958) Baptist minister, Bible expositor and author. He studied for the ministry at Spurgeon's College, London and after early pastorates in England, he began his most influential ministry at Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh. He exercised an extensive travelling ministry in the British Isles and North America. His final pastorate was at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London. He wrote mane books, mostly expository studies. In this exposition Graham Scroggie reflects that "As the artist and the musician must study the masterpieces if he would know the power and possibilities of their arts, so the Christian must study prayer if he would be proficient in it."
W. Graham Scroggie was born in 1877 and died in 1958.
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Good for devotional reading Apr 17, 2010
W. G. Scroggie is one of the best bible reader in the history. This book is not so academic as his others and can serve as a good one for daily devotional reading of Psalms. Compared with Spurgeon's "The Treatry of David", this one is much more concise and easy to follow, thus good for personal devotion.