The purpose and the theme of the Psalms, as it is of the entire Bible, is to reflect on humanity's relationship with their Creator and what He has done for them and their salvation. Here Martyn Lloyd-Jones takes an in-depth look at two psalms that are sure to cause readers to pause and consider their own lives. Psalm 1 addresses our need for the elusive feeling of happiness and reveals the true secret for finding it. As readers understand God's righteousness and loving-kindness, they sing the song of the redeemed, which is the focus of Psalm 107. In these expository sermons on a life of happiness and praise, this renowned preacher applies his ability to faithfully bring forth God's Word while speaking directly to the hearts of listners. They are lessons that are as necessary today as they were decades ago, now available to a broad audience.
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Review 1 for True Happiness: Psalms 1 and 107
Date:April 28, 2009
Classic Lloyd-Jones. A great little book with all that we have come to expect from one of the great writers of this century.
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Review 2 for True Happiness: Psalms 1 and 107
Date:February 20, 2008
This is amazing teaching! I was introduced to Lloyd-Jones a few years ago and each book I read seems more wonderfully applicable to my life than the next! He speaks so directly to the problems of life that it is virtually impossible to miss the meaning, and even harder to miss the importance of it's application. My only wish is that the expositional series on Romans might be less expensive one day...hey, a guy can dream, eh?