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The Treasury of David: Spurgeon's Classic Work on the Psalms (edition 2004)

by Charles H. Spurgeon (Author)

Series: The Treasury Of David (complete)

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Every word of Spurgeon's own" Exposition", updated in today's language without abridgement "Hints to Preachers" displayed in outline form, helping expository preachers and teachers easily discover outlines to use or adapt Significant quotes from great preachers and scholars of history A thorough index to all of Spurgeon's use of Scripture outside the Psalms For the first time, the "Exposition" and "Notes" set on the same page, for easy and effective reference The "Hints to Preachers" crossed-referenced to Spurgeon's numbered sermons to aid further study… (more)
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Title:The Treasury of David: Spurgeon's Classic Work on the Psalms
Authors:Charles H. Spurgeon (Author)
Info:Kregel Academic & Professional (2004), Edition: abridged edition, 704 pages
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  ME_Dictionary | Mar 19, 2020 |
One of the best volumes ever written, not only for Spurgeon's Commentary but also for his quotations from others, including Puritans and Reformers on the Psalms, love it!
  Abrev | Sep 4, 2015 |
This set is in two volumes, though there are three volume sets also. This is still the best commentary on the Psalms ever written. Every preacher planning to deal with the Psalms needs this set. Electronic versions are available, though I have not found them as useful as the actual books. ( )
1 vote temsmail | Dec 6, 2007 |
Spurgeon, C.H., The Treasury of David, 3 volumes (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers).
"The most important and practical work of the ages on the Psalter." -- Dr. Philip Schaff
"Spurgeon's own exposition appears under each verse; after that you'll find `explanatory notes and quaint sayings' (illuminating quotes from Spurgeon's contemporaries as well as from the great Puritan expositors of the 17th and 18th centuries). Each Psalm closes with a short section of `Hints to Preachers'." -- CBD
Recommended for daily devotions.
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  lettermen | Nov 26, 2007 |
These commentaries are pure vintage Spurgeon ... yet they have a lovely extra! He has compiled lists upon lists of fantastic quotes from the Puritans demonstrating yet again his profound reading. ( )
  CharismaticDan | May 8, 2006 |
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Every word of Spurgeon's own" Exposition", updated in today's language without abridgement "Hints to Preachers" displayed in outline form, helping expository preachers and teachers easily discover outlines to use or adapt Significant quotes from great preachers and scholars of history A thorough index to all of Spurgeon's use of Scripture outside the Psalms For the first time, the "Exposition" and "Notes" set on the same page, for easy and effective reference The "Hints to Preachers" crossed-referenced to Spurgeon's numbered sermons to aid further study

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