Experience the Psalms like never before—through heart-pounding stories.
Each book in this series is a fictional story inspired by a different Psalm. Included with the books are detailed Bible studies of the psalms covered, and an in-depth explanation of the author’s approach to the Scriptural text.
Dive deep into fiction that helps you wrap your heart around the Bible’s most beloved poems of praise!
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The Hunter and the Valley of Death: A Parable of Surrender – Psalm 23
A man wakes up in the Valley of Death and realizes he's given up everything, including his memories, to attempt to kill Death so that he can bring his Love back to life. But when he fails, who will be there to rescue him?
The Hunter and the Valley of Death is a profound meditation on life, death, loss, and love. Formatted as a fantasy parable based on Psalm 23, this story shows that there is only One who could kill Death—and because of him, and him alone, we say, "Oh, Death, where is your sting?"
By The Waters of Babylon: A Captive's Song - Psalm 137
When Babylon destroys Jerusalem, as Yahweh warned through His prophets, the captives’ bitterness and grief pours out in the Captives’ Psalm:
“[By the rivers of Babylon] we sat as exiles, mourning our captivity, and wept with great love for Zion. Our music and mirth were no longer heard, only sadness. We hung up our harps on the willow trees.” (Psalm 137:1-2, The Passion Translation)
A young Israelite woman is among them, captured by a mercenary Scythian prince. Driven toward Babylon by both hatred and hope, she endures captivity to reunite with her husband.
But will he be there when she reaches Babylon? Will the prince risk the Scythian throne—and his life—to believe in the Hebrew God? Can they both find what they seek when they meet the prophet Ezekiel . . . by the rivers of Babylon?
By the Waters of Babylon is a profound exploration of the historical and spiritual background of Psalm 137.
Deep Calling Deep: A Parable of Faith - Psalm 42
Praetorian Prefect Sextus Burris has spent his life fighting for the glory of Rome, but that glory has lost its shine. As both his health and his career crumble, he is drawn toward the seemingly inexhaustible peace of one of his Jewish prisoners, the Apostle Paul.
The moment Timothy hears his mentor and surrogate father Paul has been arrested, he rushes to Rome. Under the looming threat of execution, Timothy struggles to make sense of what is happening. Finally, an unexpected crisis requires him to reexamine everything, and places their hope for Paul’s freedom on the shoulders of Praetorian Prefect Sextus Burris.
Deep Calling Deep views the tumultuous life of the early disciples through the lens of Psalm 42, and shows how the psalms were a source of encouragement for the persecuted early church.