Psalm 119 extols the virtues and expounds the values of the Word of God to the believer in every experience of life. To accomplish this, the author of the psalm uses all twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet in sections of eight verses each. Every verse in the first octet begins with the letter Aleph (A), the second section with the letter Beth (B), and so on throughout the psalm. Psalm 119 begins with the prologue (verses 13), showing the blessing of the one walking in the Word. The rest of the psalm (verses 4176) is one long prayer to Jehovah, exhibiting the excellence of the Word of God and applying it to numerous needs in the psalmists experience.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
2ms suffix eyka according affliction answer become begins believer blessing called cause Christ comes commandments concerning continually David dear friend Definitions delight describe desire direct earth enemies eternal evil experience expressed eyes faith Father fear final follow forever give given God's Word grace hand hath heart heaven Hebrew Hebrew word hope imperfect Isaiah Israel Jehovah Jesus John judgments Kal perfect keep King live look LORD lps suffix Masculine means Meditation mind never noted Noun path Paul person physical Plural noun positive praise pray prayer prefix present promises Psalm psalmist refer remember request revive righteous salvation Scripture sense servant soul speak Spirit teach testimonies thee things thou thought thy law thy precepts thy word Translation Transliteration true truth turn understanding unto verb verse walk wicked wonder