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PSALMODY By REANA RENAE WOODS
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I pray this book of poems will spiritually uplift you as it has me. I'm sharing it with you out of obedience. Colossians 3:16 tells us, "Let the word of Christ dwell richly in you in all wisdom;... More > teaching and admonishing one another in psalms, and hymns, and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord."< Less
PSALMODY By REANA RENAE WOODS
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I pray this book of poems will spiritually uplift you as it has me. I'm sharing it with you out of obedience. Colossians 3:16 tells us, "Let the word of Christ dwell richly in you in all wisdom;... More > teaching and admonishing one another in psalms, and hymns, and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord."< Less
LDS Psalmody By Jay Anderson
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The Latter-day Saints' (LDS) Psalmody, originally published in 1889, was the first LDS hymnal to include music. This is a modern typesetting of the book.
Practical Psalmody Principles By Timothy Nelson
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This book contains the principles for the construction of a Psalter (the book of Psalms set to music). It is intended to serve the following purposes: to provide advice to those interested in... More > Psalmody, to provide guidance to those tasked with improving psalters, and, in future editions, to contain a comprehensive set of principles and reasoning as to which direction the psalter should be moving.< Less
Practical Psalmody Principles By Timothy Nelson
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This book contains the principles for the construction of a Psalter (the book of Psalms set to music). It is intended to serve the following purposes: to provide advice to those interested in... More > Psalmody, to provide guidance to those tasked with improving psalters, and, in future editions, to contain a comprehensive set of principles and reasoning as to which direction the psalter should be moving.< Less
John Gill on Psalmody By John Gill, D.D.
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John Gill, D.D. (1697–1771) was born at Kettering, in Northamptonshire, England. Gill attended grammar school, where he learned Latin and Greek, until the age of eleven. Continuing with his... More > studies alone, Gill eventually taught himself Hebrew. In 1720 he was called to pastor Horsleydown church in London, serving there until his death 51 years later. He received a Doctor in Divinity in 1748 for his three volume “Exposition of the New Testament”. He completed his “Exposition of the Old Testament” in 1766. Gill authored many other treatises and books including his "Exposition of Solomon's Song" and his masterful defense of Calvinism “The Cause of God and Truth.” John Gill was a Strict and Particular Baptist.< Less
The Puritans on Exclusive Psalmody By C. Matthew McMahon
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It cannot be denied by any student of historical theology, church history or of the Westminster Standards, that the Puritans taught Exclusive Psalmody. In the following compiled works the student of... More > Reformed Theology will find able directives for Exclusive Psalmody, as well as a number of arguments they might not have thought about before. These works are a treasure trove of bible doctrine and able exegesis. The Puritans did not, in their age, teach anything that was not widely accepted. They are formulating no new doctrine. They are simply defending the truth of psalm singing originally commanded in God's word. This is the first time in the history of the church that these four works are now available to be read (much less read together). May this book be a breath of fresh air for the serious student of God’s worship. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Puritans on Exclusive Psalmody By C. Matthew McMahon
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It cannot be denied by any student of church history or of the Westminster Standards, that the Puritans taught Exclusive Psalmody. In the following compiled works the student of Reformed Theology... More > will find able directives for Exclusive Psalmody, as well as a number of arguments they might not have thought about before. These works are a treasure trove of bible doctrine and able exegesis (by Thomas Ford, Cuthbert Sydenham, Nathaniel Holmes and John Cotton). The Puritans did not, in their age, teach anything that was not widely accepted. They are formulating no new doctrine. They are simply defending the truth of psalm singing originally commanded in God's word. This is the first time in the history of the church that these four works are now available to be read (much less read together). May this book be a breath of fresh air for the serious student of God’s worship. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
John Cotton on Psalmody and the Sabbath By John Cotton
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John Cotton was born in Derby, England, December 4th, 1585. He completed his education at Emmanuel College where he was chosen Fellow and sat under the preaching of William Perkins. While attending... More > there he wrote the second treatise of this book, “A Short Discourse of Mr. John Cotton touching the time when the Lord’s Day beginneth, whether at the evening or in the morning” in 1611. He was ordained in the Church of England and served as Pastor at St. Boloph’s Church in Boston, Lincolnshire from 1612 to 1633. He fled to New England because of his non-conformist views and pastored the First Church in Boston until his death in 1652. He wrote “Singing of Psalms, A Gospel Ordinance” in 1647.< Less
Hymns Most Perfect: An Essay on Psalmody By Rev. William Romaine
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The Rev. William Romaine first published his Essay on Psalmody in 1775. This gently modernised version of the 1796 edition presents that important work for today's reader. It retains its relevance,... More > importance, potency and vitality. The arguments have not changed, more than 200 years later. There is still a clamour in the Christian Church that every poem by every man is fit for the public worship of God in song. The Rev. William Romaine not only challenged that assertion but places the Book of Psalms in such an elevated and beautiful position, that duty becomes a matter of honour.< Less