The best thing since the treasury of David
I've used this set several times to aid in psalm explanations along side of Spurgeon's Treasury of David and I must say I find this set most I useful while studying the psalms.
This is an incredible resource which I plan on using for the rest of my life. I'd been wanting to dig deeper into the Psalms and wanted a solid reformed commentary to use but it seemed that all the commentaries I came across, while great resources, were not reformed at heart. I love the layout of the book. It's a wealth of information if you're looking to learn a lot a bout a particular psalm in one sitting but it's also practical to turn the reading of one psalm into a week long devotional thanks to the sectional formatting. I will certainly be gifting a set of these in the near future.
I have only just begin in it, at Psalm 10, but it is of great value. It is easy to understand why it is called a study resource rather than a commentary. One can very quickly flip a head and find an answer in another Psalm with out long studies before going back to the Psalm at hand. But it is also a sorta “organized commentary” without the rabbit tails.
Christ's Psalms Our Psalms
A very thorough and informative tool for those desiring a greater understanding of the book of Psalms!
This is now my go-to commentary on the Psalms, particularly for my weekly Psalm Meditation. I seek in the meditation to bring out how Christ is present (Luke 24.44) and how it relates to us. This commentary brings all sorts of exegetical insight, practical application, and tying all together in the Covenant of Grace. If you haven't bought this yet, do it!