#112: Preaching Resouces on the Psalms [PODCAST]

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I love preaching the Psalms!

Like many Christians, I regularly turn to the psalms devotionally. But I also take opportunities each year to preach selected psalms. In fact, at the time of his recording, I am finishing up a Summer Psalms Series in 2020.

Here are some of my favorite resources on the Book of Psalms…

  1. The Treasury of David | Charles Haddon Spurgeon
  2. Preaching the Psalms | Steven J. Lawson
  3. Psalms: Holman OT Commentary (2 Volumes ) | Steven J. Lawson
  4. The Vitality of Worship | Robert Davidson
  5. Psalms: An Expositional Commentary (3 Volumes) | James Montgomery Boice
  6. A Commentary on the Psalms (3 Volumes) | Allen P. Ross
  7. Psalms (3 Volumes) | John Goldingay
  8. Psalms: Reformed Expository Commentary (2 Volumes) | Richard D. Phillips
  9. Road Maps for the Psalms | George Zemek
  10. My Favorite Psalms | John R.W. Stott
  11. Psalms: A Devotional Commentary | Herbert Lockyer Sr.
  12. Meet Yourself in the Psalms | Warren W. Wiersbe
  13. A Guide to the Psalms | W. Graham Scroggie
  14. A Bend in the Road | David Jeremiah

What resources on the Psalms do you find most helpful in your sermon preparation?

The Book of Psalms is Precious to Christians are our companion in the spiritual walk of faith. The Psalms take believers by the hand and guide us in our communion with God through all the varied scenes of life. These are songs of the heart that God himself teaches us to sing: songs of joy, songs of pain, songs of fear, and songs of faith. – Richard D. Phillips


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