B 46 Using the Psalms for Prayer Through Suffering (2007)

All too often our forms of prayer together do not leave room for disappointment and suffering; if there is ever any problem, it is ours. And yet the prayers in the Bible, particularly in the Psalms, often point the finger at God.

This study shows how the psalms of lament, with their two aspects of complaint and petition, can offer a framework for prayer which can sustain through the dark times as well as the good.
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Author: Simon Stocks

The Revd Dr Simon Stocks teaches biblical studies to ministers in training and independent students in the South East of England. He is also an assistant minister at Christ Church, Purley and speaks on a wide range of biblical topics.

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