Journalling the Psalms: A Guide for Reflection and Prayer

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'This is the book I've been waiting for all my life. Paula Gooder enables the reader to engage with the Psalms in such depth, satisfying all the many hungers that are raised as the Psalms are studied, prayed and sung.'
Jane Williams, McDonald Professor in Theology, St Mellitus College

'Superb and refreshing - I encourage people to explore this wonderfully creative book'
Jarel Robinson-Brown, theologian, author and Assistant Curate at St Botolph's-Without-Aldgate

'This is a wonderful book. Paula Gooder has found a way to make the most loved psalms fresh and new with easily digestible commentary and an invitation to further exploration. It has made me a convert to Bible journalling.'
The Church Mouse


A thoughtful guide to prayer and reflection on the Psalms with plenty of space for journalling.

In this beautifully designed hardback journal, theologian Paula Gooder leads readers through fifteen favourite Psalms, offering insight and tips on how to pray and reflect on some of the most profound poetry in the Hebrew Scriptures.

After a brief introduction to the history and context of each one, Paula invites readers to stand back and contemplate the Psalm as a whole, before zooming in to pick up on fascinating details and posing searching questions to deepen our understanding of God and ourselves.

Paula selects some of the most well-loved Psalms for the journal, including Psalms 1, 23, 42, 88, 139, 145, 150. Lined pages face each Psalm, with in-text boxes for journalling following each question.

This journal would make a perfect gift for Easter or to work through during Lent 2022.

Product Details

Price
£14.99  £13.94
Publisher
John Murray Press
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9781529380057

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