Psalm 119

An Exposition

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(1 customer review)
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Weight 0.68 kg
Dimensions 22.3 × 14.3 × 3.2 cm
binding

Cloth-bound

format

Book

page-count

512

isbn

9780851511764

scripture

Psalms

Original Pub Date

1827

Banner Pub Date

Aug 1, 1974

Book Description

Pre-eminently a book of the heart; C.H. Spurgeon describes it as ‘worth its weight in gold’.

Psalm 119 – ‘twenty-two pearls upon one string’, as Bridges calls it – has ever retained a strong fascination for exercised souls. Luther said that he would not exchange one leaf of it for the whole world.

Bridges wrote his book in the words:

‘When nature sinks and spirits droop,
Thy promises of grace
Are pillars to support my hope,
And there I write Thy praise.’

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  1. Roger McIntyre

    I recently heard Bridges comments on the 75th verse of Psalm 119 and found it to be theologically correct and practically helpful, especially what he said about the phrase “Thou in faithfulness hast afflicted me”.

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