This is perhaps the most revered work by English Puritan Thomas Manton (1620-1677), a grand sermon cycle on the grandest of Psalms, spanning 4 volumes in print (vols. 6-9 of the standard edition of his Complete Works). In these sermons, Manton follow the Protestant principle of lectio continua—the importance of studying and preaching a passage or book of Scripture in continuous sequence, going verse by verse. It involves a detailed exegesis, as Manton looks at each word and phrase, drawing doctrinal or theological points wherever the text calls for them. These sermons do not make for an easy read, but they will prove rewarding for any one who devotes time to them. They are a valuable contribution to any study of the Psalms.
The sermons on Psalm 119 are also included in the larger 10-volume Thomas Manton bundle, a supplement to Biblesoft's landmark Puritan Classics Collection, which is part of the OneTouch and Version 5 Libraries.