"The Psalms of David" are the throbbing heart of the Bible, but they cannot be fully understood unless we read them in the light of the experiences out of which they sprung. This book tells the story of David, the King of Israel in political and personal detail. The youngest son of Jesse (grandson of Boaz and Ruth), David began his career as an aide at the court of Saul, Israel's first king, and became a close friend those influential, distinguished himself as a warrior; plots to kill him arose, he fled, and later emerged as King.
Originally published in 1874, at the time of publication the author was minister of The Broadway Tabernacle in New York City.
William M. Taylor, Paperback, ISBN 10: 1589634934, ISBN 13: 9781589634930