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Ps 119 Student

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176 verses of pure gold

  • An ­­_____________________ – 22 sections headed by letters of Hebrew alphabet
  • The Hebrew begins each verse in a section with __________________________.
  • A help for _________________________ so they could meditate on God’s Word.
  • Who wrote it? _________________________________ but…

               He ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­________________________ to himself many times.

               He was __________________ for his love for God’s Law (vv. 22, 50–53, 95, 98, 115)

               Yet he had ______________________ to obey the Word regardless of the cost.

  • All but ________ verses mention the Word of God. Exceptions: v. 84, 90, 121, 122, 132
  • _____________________ is referred to in every verse.
  • The number ­­­­­­­­­­­­­________ is stamped all over this psalm.

The word literally means “_______________________, more than _________________”

               Each ____________________________ has eight verses

               There are eight special ________________________ for God’s Word listed

               There are eight ___________________________ of the Word given

               The believer has eight _______________________________ to the Word.

               Note the eight basic titles of the Bible in the first nine verses of the psalm:

law, testimonies, ways, precepts, statutes, commandments, judgments, word

  • In one sense, Ps. 119 is an expansion of _____________________________

 1–8 Aleph --- The word of God is the key to a ____________________________ life

Doubly ________________________ are those who live by his word with constancy and commitment (1–3)

      Blessed -- _________________________, Who ________________________

      Blessed … _________________________, Who ________________________

It is God’s word and he intended it to be ____________________ (4).

Oh _________________________________… (5)

For then no ____________________________ __________________________ (6)

But rather _____________________________ (7).

With God’s help I _________________________________ obey (8).

The Balance of the Psalm 

 

I.     What the Bible Is

A.     Water for cleansing (v. 9)

B.     Wealth and treasure (vv. 14, 72, 127, 162)

C.     A companion and friend (v. 24)

D.     A song to sing (v. 54)

E.     Honey (v. 103)

F.     A lamp (vv. 105, 130)

G.     Great spoil (v. 162)

H.     A heritage (v. 111)

 

II.     What the Bible Does

A.     It blesses (vv. 1–2)

B.     It gives life (vv. 25, 37, 40, 50, 88, 93)

C.     It gives strength (v. 28)

D.     It gives liberty (v. 45)

E.     It imparts wisdom (vv. 66,, 97–104)

F.     It creates friends (v. 63)

G.     It gives comfort (vv. 50, 76, 82, 92)

H.     It gives direction (v. 133)

III.     What We Must Do with the Bible

A.     Love it (vv. 97, 159)

B.     Prize it (vv. 72, 128)

C.     Study it (vv. 7, 12, 18, 26–27)

D.     Memorize it (v. 11)

E.     Meditate on it (vv. 15, 23, 48, 78, 97, 99, 148)

F.     Trust it (v. 42)

G.     Obey it (vv. 1–8)

H.     Declare it (vv. 13, 26)

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