Beyond the Psalms Set Vol. 1-7 by Dr. Robert Lehton
This is the complete set of "Beyond the Psalms" by Dr. Robert Lehton. There is a $20 savings by buying the complete 7 volume set.
Volume 1 - will be a launching pad of God's grace, love, and redemption to mankind "Beyond the Psalms, Into the Messianic Age of Redemption" is an exegesis study of man's deepest yearning for redemption and restoration of his body, soul, and spirit.
Volume 2 - This volume answers the questions of who is: · KING MESSIAH? SUFFERING MESSIAH? THE SUFFERING SERVANT?
Volume 3 - Man from a historical perspective has always been intrigued with a search for euphoria. Men have been preoccupied with the intoxication of "going up" to higher levels of physical, emotional, and spiritual experiences since the beginning. Mountain climbing, flight into space, and history records the "Tower of Babel" as man's attempt to reach G-d by his own strength. There is an inherent need for man to find significance in the searching for higher "peak experiences", by attempting to find the gateway that leads to the "ascent to heaven." Man has a great need to attach himself to G-d. Man's search for meaning, significance, and standing at the very gates of heaven to search for G-d's presence is the foundation of most faiths. This 3rd volume of redemption called "Let's Go Up" is an exegesis of the Songs of Ascent written by King David.
Volume 4 - The sons of Korach: Assir, Elkanah, and Abiasaph; these are the clans of the Korachites." "But the sons of Korach did not die." (ESV)
This dedication verse is one of the main themes of this 4th volume of "Beyond the Psalms into the age of Redemption" work. It could be called the "aftershocks: of the earthquake that took the life of Korach, but the redemption of his sons that did not participate in his revolt. The sons of Korach not only went on to survive but to write and compose some of the most beautiful songs and psalm that have been recorded.
Volume 5 - The Psalms of Asaf are the twelve psalms numbered 50 and 73 - 83 of the Book of Psalms. The "Asafite priests" had a pre-exilic role to provide musically-based induced prophecy, and also had a post-exilic role singing praise to G-d. Asaf was appointed by the Levites to serve as a Temple musician, which means, "to sing joyful songs, accompanied by musical instruments." In 1st Chronicles 16:5, we learn that Asaf served as the chief of the musicians, or the minister of music, during King David's reign. Asaf was David's music director and probably wrote much of the original, now lost, music for David's Psalms, but much more importantly, he wrote twelve Psalms. He wrote more of the Bible than Peter, James, Jude, Jonah, Amos, Micah, Joel, Malachi, Zephaniah, Habakkuk, Nahum, Haggai, or Obadiah.
However, each time Asaf struggled, he returned to the truth that the Sovereign LORD was his refuge in the midst of life's swirling adversities (73:28). He clung to G-d's rock-solid faithfulness: "it is G-d who judges: He brings one down, he exalts another." (75:7) And it is G-d who promised, "Open wide your mouth and I will fill it." (81:10) G-d wants to feed us knowledge and have such information be applied with His wisdom.
Volume 6 - The word for praise is Hallelujah found primarily in the book of Psalms. The Jewish worshipper uses hallelujah in Judaism as part of the Hallel prayers, and likewise in Christian's prayers of praise. Yeshua (Jesus) conducted his final Seder in the "upper room" and the scripture says, "then they sang a song," and this undoubtedly would have been the Hallel.
22 "And as they were eating, he took bread, and after blessing, it broke it and gave it to them, and said, "Take; this is my body." 23 And he took a cup and when he had given thanks he gave it to them, and they all drank of it 24 And he said to them, "This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many. 25 Truly, I say to you, I will not drink again of the fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new in the kingdom of G-d. 26 "And when they had sung a hymn (Hallel), they went out to the Mount of Olives." (ESV)
Volume 7 - This seventh volume is the final work of the series of manuscripts that depicts "Beyond The Psalms Into The Age of Redemption." This final work is on Psalm 119 depicting the theme "For the Love of Torah." It's the longest chapter in the Bible and presents an eight verse stanza beginning with a Hebrew letter of the alphabet, which is significant to understand the numerology and spiritual symbolism of the stanza. "For the love of Torah" is a treatise on a chapter of the Psalms that is full of G-d's word. As the rabbis declare that Jerusalem is the center of the physical universe so is the word of G-d the center of man's spiritual existence. The Psalmist proclaims that "keeping Torah is its own reward."
Dr. Lehton is a pastor, bible teacher, composer, and musician, who has studied the Book of Psalms over his 45-year history of ministry. He reads the complete Book of Psalms and Proverbs monthly, which impacts his counseling and teaching ministries. He is the founder of Servant Air Ministries, Inc and several other ministries. He loves singing and composing hymns based on the deep impact that the Book of Psalms has on man's need for redemption and salvation. He has practiced in the mental health arena for the past 45 years.
He holds a two-year Master's Degree (MRE) and also a post-doctorate Educational Specialist degree (Ed.S.) from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He likewise holds a doctorial degree in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from the Florida Institute of Technology.