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   Treasury of David

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Author: Charles Spurgeon

"The Book of Psalms is a complete armory for life's battles, and a perfect supply for life's needs."

- C. H. Spurgeon

For more than 130 years, Charles Haddon Spurgeon has been considered the greatest preacher of all time.  Hailed as his greatest work, The Treasury of David, Updated Edition, provides a verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Psalms.  Spurgeon's insights, notes from other great scholars, and outlines for preachers have helped countless Bible students and pastors.

Originally done in seven volumes, the sheer size, cost, and old Victorian language have obstructed access for many students and pastors.  The Treasury of David, Updated Edition removes those obstacles by providing a convenient yet accurate one-volume edition in contemporary language.

  • 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 cross-referenced to Spurgeon's numbered sermons to aid further study.

  • The convenience of a single volume, suited for personal devotion and study and preparation for ministry.



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