In this thoroughly revised edition of a classic in spirituality, Walter Brueggemann guides the reader into a thoughtful and moving encounter with the Psalms. This new edition includes a revised text, new notes, and new bibliography. The movement and meeting of God with us is indeed a speech-event in which new humanness is evoked among us. Being attentive to language means cultivating the candid imagination to bring our own experience to the Psalms and permitting it to be disciplined by the speech of the Psalms. And, conversely, it means letting the Psalms address us and having that language reshape our sensitivities and fill our minds with new pictures and images that may redirect our lives. --from Chapter 3While we all yearn for it, it is not veryinteresting and it does not produce great prayer or powerful song. It consists in being well-settled, ... Note that Psalms 37 and 145 are both alphabetic acrostic poems. Each full line (145) or every other lineanbsp;...
|Title||:||Praying the Psalms, Second Edition|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2007-05-01|