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Psalms: Prayers of the Heart - 12 Studies for Individuals or Groups (Lifeguide Bible Study ) by Eugene H. Peterson (1987-06-02)

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  • By ChrisH on June 16, 2015

    Many of the questions in this study are closed ended. They are leading into one way of thinking, and do not promote open discussion. Once the obvious is stated, we look at each other and have a "now what?" moment and then...move on. If the questions were rewritten with a few little tweaks using higher level thinking questioning (which I'm starting to do myself for my class), I would rate this book a 5. The lesson flow is really set up well.

  • By H. Weathers on May 11, 2013

    using it in a small group and we are really enjoying it. very thought provoking. the author does a very good job of presenting these 12 individual psalms in a way that makes you think "outside the box"

  • By Tim Gray on March 19, 2015

    not very easy to understand the questions (for me, anyways)

  • By C. Brown on December 6, 2014

    Some friends and I decided to do this study following a study of the life of King David, The story of David can seem harsh, but to balance it with a study of the Psalms can give some perspective. Even though originally published in 1987 (revised and reprinted in 2000) this study has given remarkable insight in today's world as if it were a commentary on life today, but with truth and wisdom. It's simple to follow and will work well for group or individual study. The Introduction is worth the purchase of the book. Though only 12 Psalms are studied in this book, the principles for studying all the Psalms are laid out in the Introduction.

  • By Wayne Wyatt on June 30, 2017

    The Kindle version of this book was incomplete and did not contain all the questions for each session (compared to the hard copy book). I was very disappointed.

  • By PR Lady on December 1, 2013

    This is a nice introduction into the Psalms. Used the study guide as ... well, a guide and did more research on my own. Some of the people in our study had a hard time figuring out where the author was trying to take them. Some of the questions were irrelevant. In any case, we are finishing up this week and it was OK.

  • By L.Oz on May 5, 2017

    Get's you thinking some about some good Psalms.


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