Calvin found Psalms to be one of the
richest books in the Bible. As he writes in the introduction, "there is
no other book in which we are more perfectly taught the right manner of
praising God, or in which we are more powerfully stirred up to the
performance of this religious exercise." This commentary--the last
Calvin wrote--clearly expressed Calvin's deep love for this book.
Calvin's Commentary on Psalms is thus one of his best
one can greatly profit from reading even a portion of it.
Perrine CCEL Staff Writer
This volume contains Calvin's
commentary on chapters
67 through 92.