Treasury of David (Le butin du roi)
Daily meditations on the Psalms
Loot is treasure. The victorious army brings it back in joy and it is kept preciously stored in the king's palace. In addition to being a mark of power, possession of the booty is reassuring. It enriches and rejoices its owner, and it warns potential adversaries to stay off.
Like a treasure, the Book of Psalms has always been the wealth of the Church. Thousands of believers through all ages have found everything they needed from this spoil of King David. In this collection of daily meditations on the Psalms, Charles Spurgeon allows his reader to taste and benefit from all the richness of “David's Treasure”. All the experiences, emotions and situations of this life are represented there. Above all, the watermark of Christ is there, on every page, ready to reveal itself to the admiring eyes of one who reads in the light of the eternal redemptive purpose of God of all grace.
By gathering this feast every day, the Christian draws the courage he needs in his march here below on his way to the triumph of the great King, where he will share the spoils with the powerful.
Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) - A famous Baptist preacher in 19 th century London, he preached to large crowds for nearly 40 years. He was the founder of numerous works in a wide range of fields.
Original title : Treasury of David
Author : Charles Spurgeon
Edition : Europresse
ISBN : 978-2-914562-06-5
Pages : 381
Weight : 462 g
Legal deposit : 2002
Dimensions : 5.43 "x 8.5"
Format : paperback
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