The Heart Cries Out: A Participatory Study Guide to Selected Psalms has just been released and is available in print and a variety of ebook formats. On Energion Direct, we have it on sale for $7.99 through the end of the year. This study guide to the Psalms is great for your church’s small group, […]
I’m very thankful for our Energion Publications authors. Some of them have an easier time than others. As we go through the Advent season I’m going to thank some of our author groups and give you a chance to get their books at a 30% discount. The coupon code will always be advent2015. Remember that […]
The special 30% pre-order pricing for Seeing the Psalter will be extended through December 2. This extension applies only to this one title. On December 3, we will update the price to our normal 20% off pre-order pricing until the book’s release mid-January 2013.
The Psalms are a wonderful book, not only for the many things we can learn from them, but because they provide us with something to read or to pray for almost any mood and any occasion. When we’re down, there are laments (Psalm 28). When we’re up, there are short, lively praise Psalms (Psalm 150). In trouble, we find prayers for safety and rescue (Psalm 140). Ready to meditate? Look for Psalms of wisdom (Psalm 104), telling you of God’s power (Psalm 29), his law (Psalm 19, Psalm 119), and his covenant (Psalm 89). Angry? You can even find some Psalms with a tone of vengeance (Psalm 137). Overcome by temptation? There are Psalms of penitence (Psalm 51, Psalm 32). (The Psalms in parentheses are just examples.)