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Marching to Zion by Rhett Dodson

Date February 9, 2018

See what people are saying about Rhett Dodson’s new book #marchingtozion on Instagram!

 

‘As we journey, God is always by our side, working for our good, and powerful enough for that to matter. He’s got this – he’s got you. I’ve enjoyed reading this encouraging collection, that managed to be both pastoral and devotional – that is, it challenged me to change and encouraged me for the road. If you could use the same, check out Marching To Zion by Rhett Dodson.’

@anthonym421


‘What an incredible new book where Dodson pastorally reflects on the Psalms of Ascents (Psalm 120-134). Each chapter is dedicated to one of these Psalms, understood in historical context, clearly laid out exegetically, point to Christ and applied to modern day reader. Hopefully a gift many will enjoy!’

@petersonbrown


‘I hesitate to apply the word “devotional” to this book because it’s so often attached to shallow, borderline heretical, or overly gooey content. The opposite is true of dense theology texts—if you’ve been working on your foundation for awhile, they’re thrilling, but they (like anything) come across as dry or overwhelming to those who have just begun to build. Marching To Zion is written in language accessible to the ordinary person without sacrificing substance. Rhett Dodson ( @the_classic_theologian ) connects themes and ideas in each psalm cross-Scripturally to enhance understanding and give a fuller picture of the meaning. Reading these words brought me to tears more than once without spoon feeding me the kind of emotional goop that makes me crazy.’

@mary_kaki


‘Received this copy from Banner of Truth on Monday afternoon, and it has been a tremendous blessing thus far. This book has teachings on what we know as the Psalm of Ascents…Psalms 120-134. In reading Chapter two of this book I have been reminded that all Christians are on their way to the heavenly Jerusalem and that although we go through various trials and hardships The Good Shepherd the Lord Jesus Christ will safely bring all of his children home. I can’t recommend enough the quality of this book as well as many other books that I’ve read from Banner of Truth. ‘

@nick_hart_24

 

 

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