by Henry Law (1797-1884)
The Psalms are not only to be used in church but at home. They were individual songs before they became a means of congregational prayer and praise. Will not their sincere and regular use by individuals and families contribute to greater awe and joy in the church's worship of the Triune God?
In these volumes Henry Law divides the Psalter into easily managed portions for each day. He plumbs the depths of the believer's soul and soars at the wonder of Christ's identification with his people.
Price includes both Volume 1 and 2.
About the author: Henry Law was Dean of Gloucester in the eighteenth century and an influential figure in the evangelical party of the Church of England. These volumes were originally published in 1878.
Paperback; 675 pages (2 volumes)
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