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THOUGHTS ON THE BOOK OF PSALMS;
THE SUBSTANCE OF A SERIES OF LECTURES DELIVERED AT
ST. THOMAS' ENGLISH EPISCOPAL CHAPEL, EDINBURGH,
It is perhaps almost unnecessary to say that these Lectures were never intended for the press, nor were they meant as critical expositions of the Psalms.
The subject was chosen in preference to any other as suggesting many practical and refreshing thoughts to God's people meeting together for the study of His Word and for prayer.
As the notes were not taken in short-hand, there was necessarily much left out of the precious words which memory could but feebly restore, but such as they are we send them forth, earnestly praying the Great Head of the Church to bless them to the refreshment and comfort of many souls. To those who heard them they will recall with thrilling interest the happy hours spent in that blessed room of prayer under St. Thomas's Chapel, and it is hoped that even those who were not present may be glad to read them and derive comfort from their perusal.