By DR. ROBERT BRYANT
PSALMS 1-25 | Hope
A Complete Teaching of Psalms 1-25
The Psalms are eternal and experiential. They vibrate with the very heart strings of the human soul. They take you up to the highest heights and down to the deepest depths of life’s experiences. In the Psalms you see life from both sides; from the song of the soul set free, to the sigh of the saint in the deepest of despair. But here is one of the many beauties of the Psalms, they never leave you where they find you. They give you hope in the valley of despair, divine promise to hold on to when all other promises have failed you. Even when tragedy is swaying all around you they remind you that the best is yet to be. Why they are the most read of all sixty-six books of the Bible? Because hope springs eternal in the human breast.
ABOUT THE Author
Dr. Robert Bryant
Pastor Robert Bryant has served in the ministry for approximately forty years. He left home at the age of nineteen to follow through on a promising boxing career. He meet some friends at the YMCA who invited him out to a Youth for Christ meeting. After attending the weekly meetings for some six months he committed his life to Christ.
Pastor Bryant has pastored four different Churches and considers himself an Evangelical-Pentecostal-Arminian-Dispensational-Preacher and now writer
The Best Is Yet To Be!
– Dr. Robert Bryant
A Complete Teaching of Psalms 25 – 50
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