“I will meditate on your precepts
and fix my eyes on your ways.
I will delight in your statutes;
I will not forget your word.” Psalm 119: 15-16… 215 more words
“My soul is consumed with longing for your rules at all times.”
What in the world was David feeling when he wrote this? I mean, I understand longing for the “presence” of God and longing for love or security or refreshing, but longing for His “rules at all times,” that blows me away. 331 more words
Perfection: The state of being without flaws, leaving no room for improvement.
Our small house gets under my skin. I have had to resort to cleaning one section of the family room at a time in order to vacuum, as I can never get all the toys and projects put away. 540 more words
The previous post in this series may be found here: http://memoirandremains.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/thomas-manton-on-psalm-119-1-a/
The second doctrine Manton sets forth from Psalm119:1 is “That sincere, constant, uniform obedience to God’s law is the only way to true blessedness.” He derives this doctrine from the present participle “walk”, “in this way we must walk, which notes both uniformity and constancy”. 1,025 more words