"In this era of a trillion sound bites, we who pray are often lost for words--or we worry (rightly) that praying has shrunk to vacuous chats. It's a truism that the Psalms are a prayer treasury--now, Bourguet expertly makes way for the Father, Son, and Spirit to take us through the Psalms (including Christ-informed lament and ire) into the 'amazed communion' of prayer-as-encounter. Truly helpful!"
--Brad Jersak, Westminster Theological Centre (UK); Author of Can You Hear Me? Tuning in to the God Who Speaks
"This is a wonderful little book which will lead us gently to enter into the most secret parts of our being where God resides. The book is important for those who are searching for this meeting, for this meeting with God who is in us already."
--Jean Vanier, Founder of L'Arche; Cofounder of Faith and Light; 2015 Templeton Prize winner
"In Praying the Psalms, Daniel Bourguet offers practical keys that are both theological and spiritual, unlocking the psalms for both personal and corporate prayer and worship. Bourguet offers invaluable teaching on spiritual discernment and warfare through his unique approach to praying even the most disturbing psalms regarding enemies. Readers will be inspired to read, interpret, and pray the psalms at the foot of the cross with Jesus Christ as fellow supplicant, final destination, and resurrected guide. This book is a spiritual classic that delves deeply into the mysteries of addressing and contemplating God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit through the rich variety of 150 psalms. It ends with an inspiring invitation for the reader to write her own 151st psalm."
--Bob Ekblad, Tierra Nueva and The People's Seminary; Author ofReading the Bible with the Damned and A New Christian Manifesto