A dedicated group of Orthodox monks (who wish to remain anonymous) have created a fresh English translation of the Masoretic Hebrew text of the Psalter, corrected to the Septuagint. A frequently asked question: The Psalms aren't in numerical order in this Psalter. Why is that? Answer: That was done intentionally. This edition of the Psalter was created for prayer, at home or in church, rather than for reference. It's not just another Book of Psalms. That means the Psalms are organized according to the established cycle of daily readings for Orthodox Christian monastic practice. We follow the same order in our churches and our homes. If you'd like more information for reference purposes, we recommend the Book of Psalms (and its accompanying notes) in the Orthodox Study Bible.
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Psalms read and chanted. lovely! simple! profound!
- Clive Smart
I have been wishing for a prayerful recording of the Psalter to be available as an audiobook for some time, and I am ever so pleased with this, and very grateful. It's a joy to listen to the Psalms read with devotion. Good to listen to even in addition to one's daily Office. I hope the Gospels will be recorded too.
- Léda OFS