Bible in a Year, Day 150

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Day 150

Psalms

The longest Psalm and chapter in the Bible, Psalm 119 is divided into two sections for our reading. Today we’ll read 1-88 and on day 152 we’ll read 89-176. Psalm 119 has 22 sections each containing 8 lines; it’s called an acrostic Psalm. Allow me to share some interesting information about the Psalm with you.

This psalm is one of about a dozen alphabetic acrostic poems in the Bible. Its 176 verses are divided into twenty-two stanzas, one stanza for each letter of theHebrew alphabet; within each stanza, each of the eight verses begins (in Hebrew) with that letter. The name of God (Yahweh/Jehovah) appears twenty-four times.1

The general scope and design of this psalm is to magnify the Divine law, and make it honourable. There are ten words by which Divine revelation is called in this psalm, and each expresses what God expects from us, and what we may expect from him: 1. God’s law; this is enacted by him as our Sovereign. 2. His way; this is the rule of his providence. 3. His testimonies; they are solemnly declared to the world. 4. His commandments; given with authority. 5. His precepts; not left as indifferent matters to us. 6. His word, or saying; it is the declaration of his mind. 7. His judgments; framed in infinite wisdom. 8. His righteousness; it is the rule and standard of what is right. 9. His statutes; they are always binding. 10. His truth or faithfulness; it is eternal truth, it shall endure for ever.2

 

Psalm 119:1-88

Your Word Is a Lamp to My Feet

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  1. Psalm 19. (2016). retrieved from the Wikipedia website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psalm_119
  2. Psalm 119. (2016). Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary. Retrieved from the Christianity.com website: http://www.christianity.com/bible/commentary.php?com=mhc&b=19&c=119

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