SPURGEON ON THE PSALMS: BOOK ONE
Charles Spurgeon considered his magnum opus to be his writings on the Book of Psalms. These writing are often called The Treasury of David.Spurgeon worked on this commentary throughout a great portion of his ministry, and his wife, Susannah, said that if he had never written any other work, these writings would have served as a permanent literary memorial to him. This volume, 1 of 6, contains an exposition of Psalms 1-25. Spurgeon's comment on his book: In these busy days, it would be greatly to the spiritual profit of Christian men if they were more familiar with the Book of Psalms, in which they would find a complete armory for life's battles, and a perfect supply for life's needs. Here we have both delight and usefulness, consolation and instruction. For every condition there is a Psalm, suitable and elevating. The Book supplies the babe in grace with penitent cries, and the perfected saint with triumphant songs. This book will be of great benefit to the reader who is teaching on Psalms, preaching on them, using them for inspiration during quiet devotions, or studying them as literature. Spurgeon's insight on the Psalms are without parallel and the reader will be inspired, challenged, uplifted, and encouraged on every page.