• The Treasury of David, Vol. 1

  • Psalms 1–36
  • By: C. H. Spurgeon
  • Narrated by: Bob Souer
  • Length: 48 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (46 ratings)

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By: C. H. Spurgeon
Narrated by: Bob Souer
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Charles Haddon Spurgeon, often regarded as the greatest preacher of the 19th century, crafted The Treasury of David over the span of nearly half his ministry. Concise and provocative, Spurgeon's magnum opus on the Psalms has been prized by Christians ever since.

Available for the first time in unabridged audio, this collection features Spurgeon's crucial commentary on Psalms 1 - 36.

Public Domain (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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More understanding of psalm

I’m in a searching journey for all of God’s promises made. The book of psalms is very comforting bring hope and joy. Love listening to this than anything on TV! I want to listen to 2nd volume

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learned so much!

It was a blessing to learn so much from the Psalms by Spurgeon the Prince of Preachers. I am eager to listen to the next four volumes and begin all over at volume I after that.

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The Giants of the Church Age.

What an amazing gift from "GOD" - Mr. C. H. Surgeon was and still is.

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Audible needs to provide a Table of Contents

Psalm 19 is Chapter 76. How did I know that? it took me ten minutes to find it.

theres no reason not to label the hints to preachers, expositions, and quaint sayings as a sub chapter to the psalm its referring to. if you do it. send a copy of it to mikeandersen5@gmail.com in a document format. I'll make it worth your while

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no chapters - cannot find specific Psalms!

please let me explain my score - the content is superb but i have no way to find what i want to hear! i am beyond frustrated with Amazon Audible. they get their hands on book recordings and put them out with absolutely no way to navigate and find what you want to listen to! just hundreds of chapters... chpt1 chpt2 chpter3....chpt178 champter 2754.... wheres Psalm 10? who knows.. another title NASB - same thing.. hundreds of chapters without designating books, chapters or verses. great production and i really wish i could enjoy it. Audible has ruined this outstanding tool and enlightened work by rendering it completely useless to those who want to find a specific psalm. its apparently more important to rush the titles out for purchase rather than create a complete product. its prolly a pain for them to do it but oh yeah WE PAY THEM FOR THESE BOOKS!!!! again Let me be clear- hundreds of "chapter" numbers with no index or any way of finding Psalm 17 or exposition of Psalm 22 or notes to pastors for Psalm 5... Spurgeon's masterpiece, recorded and narrated superbly, and of absolutely no practical use.

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Treasury times a thousand

Spurgeon’s astounding volumes on the Psalms are so full of knowledge and insight that it is truly hard for the reader to grasp it upon merely listening without intense concentration. That is not easy for a work that is almost 50 hours in one Volume. And there are 6. There are no words for the gifts of Spurgeon in his writing and breadth of knowledge. One could listen again and again and still learn more and more still.

My only issue with the narrator, and it is not his fault. Bob Souer is an incredible narrator in his own right. This is a rather technical work to say the least, and it is easy to be rather monotone. But the fault lies in me the listener for drifting. His tone is fine as is his inflection. It’s in knowing what speed and how to listen to not drift that the reader must figure out. And I’m still working on that one because I’ve had this problem when listening to him narrate other works. Astounding truly.