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Psalm 119 is about the benefits of being engaged in God's Word; who gets the blessing in 119:1-3? What is the writer's desire (119:4-8)? How do we put God's Word into our lives (119:10-12)? Why does the writer ask for God's generosity (119:17-18)? How would you describe your desire for God's Word?
For the next week we're going to look at Psalm 119 and do some Bible engagement together (receive/read, reflect/consider, respond to/put into action). I absolutely love Psalm 119. The focus of every eight verse section of this chapter is God's Word. It's so packed full of rich information that I could spend days in it.
What did these first 3 sections of Psalm 119 (Aleph, Beth and Gimel) reveal to you about God's law? What does the Psalmist show us about our thoughts and actions concerning God's Word? Tami W.
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