The Book of Psalms – Commentary by Kevin Conner

One of Kevin Conner’s last book publications was his 394 page, verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Psalms. This was initially only available in a physical ring binder format from WORD in Australia. But now the same contents are available (with a different front cover):

The Book of Psalms is primarily a neglected book when it comes to expositions or commentary on the same. But it is a most important book when it comes to New Testament quotations. For example, the Book of Hebrews is totally founded on this book as one discovers when it comes to studying Hebrews. Psalms is the national hymn book of Israel. It includes poetry, praise, prayer, history, contemplation, blessings and curses, as well as numerous other themes. It provided ‘keys’ to understanding Tabernacle of Moses, of David, and Solomon’s Temple, as well as the Levitical system of sacrifice. Woven throughout the Psalms is much theology – the key to understand the interpretation of the Psalms. It is a veritable gold-mine. This commentary sets out the Psalms in a systematic format so that anyone should be able to take any Psalm and present it in their own unique style with such a foundational approach. Read, be challenged, be blessed and enriched!

This  Old Testament commentary on the Book of Psalms contains many seed thoughts and insights. It will be of tremendous assistance to the serious Bible student, as well as the spiritual seeker whose heart is set on a pilgrimage of devotion and faith.

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