To begin with, I am now not a big fan of devotional books, especially those that have a mixture of anecdotal accounts with theological accounts. But the strength of this book by Vic Black is that there are a lot of interactive features that invite the readers to experience the Psalms themselves. It is a 'to-do' book vs a 'to-read' book. As the author says:
"I would encourage you to live in one psalm for a period of time. The objective is not speed. I would not encourage you to try to do one psalm a day. Take a slower approach and stay in a psalm for a week or two...."
Each chapter of this book is divided into a few sections:
1) The psalm itself and a commentary by the author
2) The re-writing of the psalm based on the author's personal experience
3) A reflection section by the author
4) The Practice section broken into Writing Prompts and Devotional Thoughts for you to consider. This is the part where the readers are given various hints, tips and prompts to interact with the psalms.
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