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Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary Psalm 119:33-40 Teach me thy statutes, not the mere words, but the way of applying them to myself. God, by his Spirit, gives a right understanding. But the Spirit of revelation in the word will not suffice, unless we have the Spirit of wisdom in the heart. God puts his Spirit within us, causing us to walk in his statutes.

Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary Psalm 119:33-40 Teach me thy statutes, not the mere words, but the way of applying them to myself. God, by his Spirit, gives a right understanding. But the Spirit of revelation in the word will not suffice, unless we have the Spirit of wisdom in the heart. God puts his Spirit within us, causing us to walk in his statutes.

With the Lord, a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day”

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Psalm 119:89-96 Commentary

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Charles Bridges, (1794 - 1869), was a preacher and theologian in the Church of England. Bridges participated (with J. C. Ryle) in the Clerical Conference at Weston-super-Mare of 1858. At least twenty-four editions of Bridges' Exposition of Psalm 119 (1827) were published in his lifetime, C. H. Spurgeon considered the commentary to be 'worth its weight in gold'. Spurgeon also pronounced Bridges' Exposition of Proverbs (1840) 'The best work on the Proverbs'.

Charles Bridges, (1794 - 1869), was a preacher and theologian in the Church of England. Bridges participated (with J. C. Ryle) in the Clerical Conference at Weston-super-Mare of 1858. At least twenty-four editions of Bridges' Exposition of Psalm 119 (1827) were published in his lifetime, C. H. Spurgeon considered the commentary to be 'worth its weight in gold'. Spurgeon also pronounced Bridges' Exposition of Proverbs (1840) 'The best work on the Proverbs'.

Psalms 119 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

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Psalms 119:29 - Remove the false... - Verse-by-Verse Commentary

Psalms - Remove the false way from me, And graciously grant me Your law. - Verse-by-Verse Commentary

Charles Bridges, (1794 - 1869), was a preacher and theologian in the Church of England. Bridges participated (with J. C. Ryle) in the Clerical Conference at Weston-super-Mare of 1858. At least twenty-four editions of Bridges' Exposition of Psalm 119 (1827) were published in his lifetime, C. H. Spurgeon considered the commentary to be 'worth its weight in gold'. Spurgeon also pronounced Bridges' Exposition of Proverbs (1840) 'The best work on the Proverbs'.

"By the 'foolishness of preaching' the chosen of God are called, and come unto Jesus, and are made wise unto salvation.

Psalm 119 Calvin's Commentaries

Psalm 119 Calvin's Commentaries

Do you still have the film of the fallen nature upon your eyes? Does the Bible not make sense to you? 1 Corinthians 2:14 says, "But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned." (Taken from page 517 of "The Treasury Of David" by C. H. Spurgeon - Abridged by David O. Fuller - The above quote by Ker was commentary on Psalm 119:18 "Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wond

Do you still have the film of the fallen nature upon your eyes? Does the Bible not make sense to you? 1 Corinthians 2:14 says, "But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned." (Taken from page 517 of "The Treasury Of David" by C. H. Spurgeon - Abridged by David O. Fuller - The above quote by Ker was commentary on Psalm 119:18 "Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wond

Charles Bridges, (1794 - 1869), was a preacher and theologian in the Church of England. Bridges participated (with J. C. Ryle) in the Clerical Conference at Weston-super-Mare of 1858. At least twenty-four editions of Bridges' Exposition of Psalm 119 (1827) were published in his lifetime, C. H. Spurgeon considered the commentary to be 'worth its weight in gold'. Spurgeon also pronounced Bridges' Exposition of Proverbs (1840) 'The best work on the Proverbs'.

Charles Bridges, (1794 - 1869), was a preacher and theologian in the Church of England. Bridges participated (with J. C. Ryle) in the Clerical Conference at Weston-super-Mare of 1858. At least twenty-four editions of Bridges' Exposition of Psalm 119 (1827) were published in his lifetime, C. H. Spurgeon considered the commentary to be 'worth its weight in gold'. Spurgeon also pronounced Bridges' Exposition of Proverbs (1840) 'The best work on the Proverbs'.

Charles Bridges, (1794 - 1869), was a preacher and theologian in the Church of England. Bridges participated (with J. C. Ryle) in the Clerical Conference at Weston-super-Mare of 1858. At least twenty-four editions of Bridges' Exposition of Psalm 119 (1827) were published in his lifetime, C. H. Spurgeon considered the commentary to be 'worth its weight in gold'. Spurgeon also pronounced Bridges' Exposition of Proverbs (1840) 'The best work on the Proverbs'.

Charles Bridges, (1794 - 1869), was a preacher and theologian in the Church of England. Bridges participated (with J. C. Ryle) in the Clerical Conference at Weston-super-Mare of 1858. At least twenty-four editions of Bridges' Exposition of Psalm 119 (1827) were published in his lifetime, C. H. Spurgeon considered the commentary to be 'worth its weight in gold'. Spurgeon also pronounced Bridges' Exposition of Proverbs (1840) 'The best work on the Proverbs'.

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