These first two books are not a verse-by-verse or chapter-by-chapter commentaries. Rather they both help with understanding how the psalms can be read in our modern day. N.T. Wright is a college level text. C.S. Lewis might be a little easier to read except that it is written in 1950s British English. Both are well worth the work of reading them if you are serious about studying the Psalms.
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The following are true commentaries, not simply someone’s devotional thoughts about scripture. They will take a little brain power to read and follow, but well worth the effort. Some of these are available in Kindle versions. remember you don’t need a Kindle to read them just an electronic device that can can run the kindle app. If you choose one of these and get stuck on a word or concept I and others in the church are ready to help you.
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