Tags » Psalm 119

Thoroughly Tested

Reading:                                        Psalm 119

צ Tsadhe

 (Verses 137-144)

You are righteous, LORD,
and your laws are right.
The statutes you have laid down are righteous;
399 more words


★ Psalm 119:161-168 — ש Sin and Shin

★ Psalm 119:161-168 —  ש Sin and Shin 


Psalm 119:161-168   (NIV)   —  


Rulers persecute me without cause, but my heart trembles at your word. 81 more words


★ Psalm 119:153-160 — ר Resh

★ Psalm 119:153-160 —  ר Resh 


Psalm 119:153-160   (NIV)   —  


Look on my suffering and deliver me, for I have not forgotten your law. 94 more words


Kiln blog: Psalm 119 -- Tzaddi 137-144

(We are back to linking to the Kiln blog for our Bible studies: original.)

This octet delivers the Charge of Righteousness. The image is a feudal servant vested with a special trust, a mission that the servant must faithfully keep over a long period of time and through a long series of trials. 236 more words


To The Writers Of Life

I was recently asked to comment on a beautiful poem of snow and falling snow crystals.  Rather than offer an opinion of mind, I would like to instead present a poem that came to me in response to prayer for the beautiful prose written by this blogger. 145 more words


★ Psalm 119:145-152 — ק Qoph

★ Psalm 119:145-152 —  ק Qoph 


Psalm 119:145-152   (NIV)   —  


I call with all my heart; answer me, Lord, and I will obey your decrees. 101 more words


Let No Sin Rule over Me

Reading:                                        Psalm 119

פ Pe

 (Verses 129-136)

Your statutes are wonderful;
therefore I obey them.
The unfolding of your words gives light;
it gives understanding to the simple.
405 more words