Psalm 119 Devotional Comentary

Psalm 119 Devotional Comentary

176 Words Verse 36

Covetousness, this malady that affects us all is also referred to as Lust by the Apostle Paul saying, “..I had not known sin, but by the law: for I had not known lust, except the law had said, Thou shalt not covet.” (Rom 7:7). Clearly it was that to which the Psalmist desired an exchange of his hearts inclination.

176 Words Verse 35

“Make me to go in the path of thy commandments; For therein do I delight”   (Ps 119:35) What an infinite joy it would be to never be able to sin against the Lord, to indeed “go in the path of his commandments”, this truly is the secret to lasting joy and happiness. In truth, to those who are born again, those who have been given a new heart where they desire to follow and to obey the commandments of…

176 Words Verse 34

176 words   “Give me understanding, and I shall keep thy law; Yea, I shall observe it with my whole heart.” (Psalm 119:34)   ‘Keep’, is to retain, hold, guard and observe, this only is that commanded of man to keep thy law, and this only can be observed with the whole heart when the understanding from the Lord is given it. On the one hand we have a conscious awareness of the Law, but to have its understanding is…

176 Words verse 33

176 Words ‘he’   “Teach me, O LORD, the way of thy statutes; and I shall keep it unto the end.” (Psalm 119:33) In this fifth Octave we see the psalmist plea to the Lord to “Teach” him the very statutes from which the blessed life is lived. We see in the Psalmist the desire of his heart is to learn, a desire that can stem only from a state of humility and never through the heart filled with pride.…

176 Words DALETH Ps 119:25-32

Daleth; The 4th set of eight verses in this incredible Psalm of the word of God, Psalm 119. The Psalmist speaks of his absolute desire and need of the word of God, all it is to him and all it does within his life. His desire is to live in their accord, in that he has life, as we all would.

176 Words GIMEL

GIMEL “Deal bountifully with thy servant, that I may live, And keep thy word.”  (Ps 119:17) To think that all the Earth is the Lords and the fullness thereof, to think that not only does it all belong to the Lord but that he gives to whomsoever he will all he desires to give, to think again moreover that those who are his own will inherit not only eternal life, though that would suffice me; not only eternal communion with…
Persecuted Christians

176 words on 176 Verses. Psalm 119:22 Persecution

176 Words on 176 Verses “Remove from me reproach and contempt; For I have kept thy testimonies.”  (Ps 119:22)   There are those who would “live Godly in Christ Jesus” who shall suffer persecution, for this shall apply to all who would do so (2 Tim 3:12). There was a time past in our life that we “wrought the will of the gentiles”, that is, we lived life according to the same manner in which the world does, everything from…
Partake

176 words on 176 Verses. Verse 17 Partakers

176 words on 176 verses “Deal bountifully with thy servant, that I may live, And keep thy word.”  (Ps 119:17)   To think that all the Earth is the Lords and the fullness thereof, to think that not only does it all belong to the Lord but that he gives to whomsoever he will, all are partakers with him. To think again moreover that those who are his own will inherit not only eternal life, though that would suffice me;…

176 Word on 176 Verses. Ps 119:15 Meditation

176 words on 176 Verses. “I will meditate in thy precepts, And have respect unto thy ways.”  (Ps 119:15) The concept of meditation in the 21st century is one where the mind is to rest upon nothing. The encouragement is for no thought to enter in, to leave the mind with a mental vacuum, divorced from consideration and concern. This, it is thought, will provide rest for the weary soul and revive the energy of the heart. But this meaning…

176 Words on 176 Verses. Ps 119:14

176 words on 176 Verses     Ps 119:14.   “I have rejoiced in the way of thy testimonies, As much as in all riches.” (Ps 119:14) I certainly am numbered with the many who thought to rejoice in riches. It was King Solomon, a man who not only attained to that which I sought but hastened to that end more than any other man (Eccl 2:25), his answer? “All is vanity and vexation of spirit” (Eccl 2:11). Indeed, what I discovered…