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Who Wrote Psalm 119

Make Jehovah’s Reminders the Exultation of Your Heart I have taken your reminders as a possession to time indefinite. (Psalm 119:111) True Christians appreciate helpful advice, especially when it is based on God’s Word. Jehovah’s reminders give valuable insight, teaching us and helping us to avoid such pitfalls as materialism, sexual immorality, and drug or alcohol abuse. (Prov. 20:1; 2 Cor. 7:1; 1 Thess. 4:3-5; 1 Tim. 6:6-11) Moreover, we rejoice over “the good condition of the heart”…


To preserve our precious relationship with our heavenly Father, we must continue to apply Jehovah’s wise instruction in our life. How fine it is if our attitude reflects that of the psalmist who wrote: “I have taken your reminders as a possession to time indefinite, for they are the exultation of my heart”! (Ps. 119:111) Do we similarly take delight in Jehovah’s commandments, or do we sometimes view them as burdensome?


Psalm 119 and DNA Psalm 119 is a psalm of praise for the book that God wrote. DNA, according to Psalm 139:16, is a book that God wrote. We look at the connection in this episode.

We study Scripture because we need Him. We open His Word as an acknowledgment that we can't do this on our own, we need Him. #lampandlight

His testimonies are true. Jesus is the son of God. John 21:24 This is the disciple who testifies to these things and who wrote them down. We know that his testimony is true. John 19:35 The man who saw it has given testimony and his testimony is true. He knows that he tells the truth and he testifies so that you also may believe. Luke 8:39"Return to your home and declare how much God has done for you. And he went away proclaiming throughout the whole city how much Jesus had done for him. 2…

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Clara Scott wrote this hymn in 1895, inspired by Psalm 119:8 which reads, "Open my eyes that I may see wonderful things in your law." Let this hymn serve as a reminder to always look for truth, listen for the voice of God, speak with warmth and kindness, and love unconditionally. #SODweeklyquote #SacredOrdinaryDays


David wrote “Make me understand the way of Your precepts, so I will meditate on Your wonders (Psalms 119:27).” He continued this psalm by expressing his unquenchable hunger for God and His Word. His meditation was focused on what God had said and on the wonders that God had performed. What is the Bible to

And yet, in Psalm 119, David wrote this: “I run in the path of your commands, because you have set my heart free.” Have you ever put those two things together—freedom of heart and the passionate pursuit of God’s commands? The two go hand in hand. Genuine holiness restores human beings; restored human beings possess genuine holiness. (John Eldredge)