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NIV Psalter

PrayerCandle.jpgThere has been so much interest in this new Psalter, we’re posting this post again.

I knew it would eventually be done, and it has: Paraclete has produced a beautiful NIV Psalter called: The Paraclete Psalter: A 4-Week Cycle for Daily Prayer
 I have used for years The Book of Common Prayer
, and have an old copy with Coverdale’s translation. But we need an NIV Psalter, and now it’s available.
Paraclete designed this Psalter to be used either by individuals or by groups; it divides the psalms so they can be read in the course of month. Very little repetition and wise selection for each prayer time.
The Psalter uses four prayer moments during the course of a single day: Morning prayer (Lauds), Midday prayer, Vespers and Compline. One Appendix, providing the canticles of Luke (Benedictus, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis). The user can add Gloria Patri, Jesus Creed, Lord’s Prayer or the Jesus Prayer whenever he or she wants. 
Elegantly produced with a leather cover and fine paper with a nice font.

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Clay Knick

posted February 16, 2010 at 6:08 pm

Mine came today. Beautiful. Just in time for Lent.

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Wes Horn

posted February 17, 2010 at 3:52 pm

Mine just arrived at the door. I was hoping to get it in time for Lent. Thanks for letting me know about it.
After my quick once over I noticed a few things:
1. LOVE the leaver binding.
2. LOVE how the psalms and devos are set up.
3. WISH the paper were a bit thicker.

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Tim Franklin

posted February 17, 2010 at 8:18 pm

I received mine today as well. It is a lovely book, and I’m planning to make use of it during Lent. Thanks for the recommendation.

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Don Dennison

posted February 17, 2010 at 9:29 pm

Mine arrived today. I was really impressed with the quality binding and format. Will be using it during Lent. Thanks for recommending it to us!

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