The Psalms reflect the authors relationship with God. Accordingly, they are a tremendous example in demonstrating how we can communicate with Him.
Matthew Jacoby has a deep understanding of the Psalms as he has spent a great deal of the past 15 years immersed in them. He is a founding member of the Psalms-worship band Sons of Korah and accordingly has been singing them for many years.
This is one of those books that you need to take time over and mediate on both Scripture and Jacoby’s words of explanation. The book is structured around explaining the various types of psalm (eg, lamentation, praise, etc) and outlining how we can use the words to better aid our own communication with the Lord.
As one of the endorsers states: “Deeper Places is about knowing God, not knowing about God.” I want to know God more intimately and this wonderful book has opened my eyes to better understand how I can do that.
If your desire is to know God, then I’d encourage you to get your hands on this marvellous book.
http://ianacheson.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/IanShieldLogo_03.png00Ian Achesonhttp://ianacheson.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/IanShieldLogo_03.pngIan Acheson2013-10-03 08:26:552013-10-03 08:26:55"Deeper Places," Matthew Jacoby