Treasury of David

Treasury of David

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by Charles Spurgeon
     
 

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The Treasury of David is the magnum opus of Charles Spurgeon, “the Prince of Preachers” and one of the greatest Christian writers. In this unparalleled Bible commentary, Spurgeon gives his personal exposition on each verse of the Psalms, enriching it with extracts and quotes from hundreds of Bible commentators of his time as well as the great Puritan

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The Treasury of David is the magnum opus of Charles Spurgeon, “the Prince of Preachers” and one of the greatest Christian writers. In this unparalleled Bible commentary, Spurgeon gives his personal exposition on each verse of the Psalms, enriching it with extracts and quotes from hundreds of Bible commentators of his time as well as the great Puritan expositors of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Now all six volumes are available in one compact and convenient digital book, masterfully formatted by OSNOVA. An active table of content, a cross-reference system between the commentary and the included Bible make this Kindle edition easy to navigate and a pleasure to read.

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ISBN-13:
2940013981867
Publisher:
OSNOVA
Publication date:
02/22/2012
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NOOK Book
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30 MB
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The treasury of David 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
The_Olive_Tree More than 1 year ago
Spurgeon is among my favorite Christian authors, and his exposition on the Book of Psalms has no peers! For Spurgeon, The Treasury of David was the work of all his life, and it shows. If anyone is interested in the in-depth studies of the Psalms, Treasury is a perfect commentary to pick. As for the book itself, I got mine in the electronic format from Osnova and read it on Nook Touch. I love the fact that the publisher has built in the Bible right into the Treasury, so I can use the hyperlinks to go straight to the verse under discussion, and then back to the Treasury. This is such a time-saver!
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MYKROAR More than 1 year ago
Unlike the other versions, this one has the psalm verses in the text before the exposition.
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Not recomended for Nook Simple Touch. CRASHES reader!
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Walking through the gates of<br>Paradise, seeing the lights, the darkness.<br>The people and the animals, living<br>Harmonously together.<br>No killing, no bloodshed, but<br>Always chitter chattering with their friends.<p>Move to the edge,<br>No one noticing me as<br>I sit in a chair far<br>From the light, my heart heavy<br>As I think of what<br>I have done.<br>To me, to my friends.<p>Cursing, the darkness grows.<br>The guards overhear and<br>They move towards me.<br>Unresisting, being dragged outside the gate,<br>To spend eternity<br>With my friends.<p>Their names, they are as follows.<br>Guilt, for the pain I caused.<br>Torture, for things I hurt.<br>Pain, for whom I loved.<p>Spending hell alone,<br>There is no better punishment,<br>For I cannot hide my actions.<p>Forever and always,<br>Alone in Time<p>~L&beta