Symphony of Psalms

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At the center of the Bible is the book of Psalms. This great symphony of songs and prayers expresses the heart and soul of humanity. In them, the whole range of human experiences is expressed. The psalmists confess their sins, express their doubts and fears, ask God for help, and praise and worship him. Use these devotionals as personal enrichment, class discussion starters or prayer tools. More
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About Stan Baldwin

Stan Baldwin is from Texas. He is married to Lorrie. They have three children and seven grandchildren. He graduated from Yale University Divinity School, Austin Graduate School of Theology and Oklahoma University. Stan has served in the U.S. Air Force and has been in full time ministry for 24 years. He writes and edits for Mercy Street Ministries.

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Review by: J Hamilton on June 21, 2012 :
Baldwin does a masterful job of getting to the real meaning of Psalms beyond their beauty as mere poetry. He gives a new meaning to the interpretation of the word "praise" as the means by which "we entrust out lives to God the King." This book challenges the reader to re-read the Psalms and how they address "every human trouble: questions, doubts, anxieties, fears...darkness and hatred." Through praise everything is overcome.
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