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The Psalms: Volume 4 (Psalms 101–150)

A Christ-Centered Commentary

Christopher Ash

The Psalms: Volume 4 (Psalms 101–150)

A Christ-Centered Commentary

Christopher Ash


This is a pre-order item. Available 09/07/2024

Commentary from Christopher Ash Sets Out a Deeply Christian Study of Psalms 101–150

While reading Psalms, it is common for commentaries to focus on Old Testament meaning, without connecting it deeply to Christ’s fulfillment in the New Testament. By studying Scripture this way, believers miss out on the fullness of God’s word. The key to experiencing authentically Christian worship is learning a Christ-focused approach to praying and singing the Psalms.

In this thorough commentary, Christopher Ash provides a careful treatment of Psalms 101–150, examining each psalm’s significance to David and the other psalmists, to Jesus during his earthly ministry, and to the church of Christ in every age. Ash includes introductory quotations, a deep analysis of the text’s structure and vocabulary, and a closing reflection and response, along with selected quotations from older readings of the Psalms. Perfect for pastors, Bible teachers, and students, this commentary helps readers sing and pray the Psalms with Christ in view.

  • Exhaustive: Christopher Ash’s exegesis explores how the Psalms are quoted and echoed throughout the New Testament
  • Applicable and Heartfelt: Explains how a Christ-centered approach to reading the Psalms influences doctrines of prayer, prophecy, the Trinity, ecclesiology, and more
  • Ideal for Pastors and Serious Students of Scripture: Written for Bible teachers, Sunday school and youth leaders, and small-group leaders
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    The Psalms: Volume 4 (Psalms 101–150)

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    Christopher Ash

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    Adults, Church Leaders

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