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Commentary on The Psalms Hardcover – Abridged, July 1, 2009
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This commentary is 659 pages in length. Each Psalm is covered in 4 to 8 pages with the exception of Psalm 119. However, Psalm 119 is divided into sections allowing the reader to study one section at a time easily. Each verse of each Psalm is covered. Sometimes there may be 2 to 3 verses that are coupled together. Mr. Searle uses the ESV when providing the scripture feeling it was the most suitable when compared to Calvin's translation of the Hebrew text.
I plan to use Commentary On The Psalms this upcoming year as I read through the Psalms during my devotional times. Mr. Searle mentions in the introduction that Calvin was accustomed to calling the Psalms "an anatomy of all the parts of the soul" and asserted that his (Calvin) commentary "will train believers in earnest and genuine prayer, two requirements for which are a sense of our need and faith in the promises of God". What better way to begin the new year than with a sense of your need and faith in the promises of God?