The Treasury of David: Spurgeon's Classic Work on the Psalms
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The Treasury of David: Spurgeon's Classic Work on the Psalms

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C. H. Spurgeon's enduring classic, "The Treasury of David," has long been regarded as the most comprehensive pastoral and inspirational study of the Psalms ever written. Originally released in seven volumes, Spurgeon's work has been carefully abridged by David O. Fuller in this accessible, one-volume edition. As Herbert Lockyer observed, this edition gathers out "all the j...more
Paperback, Abridged, 704 pages
Published February 6th 2004 by Kregel Academic & Professional (first published 1869)
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Debbi Gray
LOVED this book. Probably my favorite ever for a read-a-long companion to the Psalms. I have used other books to direct my study but nothing to compare that brings out the richness of the text.The author compiled this work from 1850-1870, writing his own commentary and including major notes from others.
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I ENJOY THE WORKS OF CHARLES H. SPURGEON, AND HE WAS THE GREATEST PREACHER!!!!
Carol
This is one of those books that I endlessly read over and over. I am currently reading it to my husband who is in rehab recovering from a stroke. He loves it and is much comforted by it.
Lisa
Love it! It's a compilation of CHS's words and he quotes many others. I would get the 3 volume edition or even the 7 volume edition.
Gil Burgos
Excellent work. A great reference tool for the Book of Psalms. You can pick this up again and again.
Eric
I purchased this and it was amazing! However, this is an abridged version of the complete work.
Patti
I spent a year going through this and reading all the references. It was a very good study.
Dawn
Read the portion on Psalm 119 while studying it with the ladies' group from church.
Marilyn
I read the comments on one psalm every morning....it is so refreshing and enlightening.
Latayne C.
Classic, invaluable, more than a treasure
Wesley
Every pastor must have this work on the Psalms.
Matt
Best commentary on Psalms available.
Elaine
GLORIOUS read!!
Ryan
Just wonderful...
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Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. In 1854, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon, then only 20, became pastor of London's famed New Park Street Church (formerly pastored by the famous Baptist theologian John Gill). The congregation quickly outgrew their building, moved to Exeter Hall, then to Surrey M...more
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