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First Look: Psalm by Psalm: 365 Selected Readings from Martin Luther

Featuring 365 brief but substantial devotions, Psalm by Psalm is the perfect book for Christians desiring a deeper devotional life and a richer understanding of the Psalms. This gem of a devotional book not only presents the best of Luther’s commentary on various Psalms, but also gives you fresh insight into one of the most beloved books of the Bible.

When you spend a year in the Psalms with Martin Luther, you will discover how this renowned theologian uses humor, pointed words, and wit to not only explain the text of the Psalms but also help you understand the meaning of these beautiful songs and how they apply to your life today. It's a book that will encourage you to grow closer to your heavenly Father as you spend time with Him daily, studying and meditating upon His Word.

Thanks to Luther's timeless writing style and depth of insight, you will gain a much richer understanding of the Psalms, be encouraged to live as God’s child, and be both convicted of your sin and reminded of the beautiful promises of forgiveness, life, and salvation that are in Jesus Christ.

Psalm by Psalm: 365 Selected Readings from Martin Luther will be available June 14, 2017. Don’t forget to add it to your Goodreads shelf!

Written by

Barbara Shippy

Barbara Shippy was an associate editor at Concordia Publishing House. She attended the University of Missouri—Columbia, where she studied journalism and French. Barbara and her husband enjoy going to baseball games, traveling, and playing on the worship team at church.

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