This is volume one of Donald M. Williams commentary on Psalms featuring the Introduction, critical notes, and bibliography that also apply to volume two. Section-by-section commentary, contemporary illustrations and outlines, and understandable language make this an excellent resource for preachers and teachers. The New King James and the Masoretic text are referred to throughout the study. All Hebrew is transliterated and supplied in parentheses.
Dr. Donald Williams has been a pastor of Mt. Soledad Presbyterian Church and more recently the Cost Vineyard in La Jolla, California. He has been a lecturer in religion at Claremont MacKenna College in California and an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary. Dr. Williams holds degrees from Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary and holds a Ph.D. from Columbia University.
The Preacher's Commentary series combines historical setting and textual interpretation with spiritual insights and contemporary illustrations that are specifically designed for those endowed with the privilege of communicating God's Word. The end result is a commentary by preachers/teachers for other preachers/teachers that is the ultimate resource for sermon and lesson preparation.