Beyond the Psalms: For the Love of Torah Vol. 7 by Dr. Robert Lehton
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, that 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."
- Introduction to the Tehellim
- Inspiration and Composition of the Tehellim
- Introduction to Psalm 119
Dr. Lehton is a pastor, bible teacher, composer and musician, who has studied the Book of Psalms over his 45-year ministry. He reads the complete Book of Psalms and Proverbs monthly, which impacts his counseling and teaching ministries. Further, he is a licensed clinical psychologist and the owner of Family Pediatric Clinic, a Christian Mental Health Clinic in Cocoa Beach, Florida. He also is the founder of Crosswinds, a residential runaway facility. He is the founder of Servant Air Ministries, Inc., providing mercy and angel flights for the Jewish and Christian communities. 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.
This volume is the last in a series of seven studies on the Book of Psalms and 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. Dr. Lehton holds a two-year Master's Degree (MRE) and also 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 Florida Institute of Technology.