Xulon Press, 2004 - 432 pages
Psalm 119 extols the virtues and expounds the values of the Word of God to the believer in every experience of life. To accomplish this, the author of the psalm uses all twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet in sections of eight verses each. Every verse in the first octet begins with the letter Aleph (A), the second section with the letter Beth (B), and so on throughout the psalm. Psalm 119 begins with the prologue (verses 13), showing the blessing of the one walking in the Word. The rest of the psalm (verses 4176) is one long prayer to Jehovah, exhibiting the excellence of the Word of God and applying it to numerous needs in the psalmists experience.
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2ms suffix eyka according to thy affliction American Standard Version anah apostle Paul believer blessing chesed Corinthians dabhar David dear friend Definitions delight deliverance earth edotheyka enemies eternal evil eyes faith Feminine forever Franz Delitzsch give God's Word grace hath hayah heart heaven Hebrew Hebrew word Hiphil Holy Spirit imperative 2ms imperfect Isaiah Israel Jehovah Kal perfect lps keep King James Version Lancaster Bible College LORD lps suffix eni Masculine plural means Meditation mercy nephesh Noun Old Testament participle persecution Piel perfect Plural noun praise pray prayer prefix wi promises pronoun proud Psalm psalmist refer rejoice revive righteous salvation Scripture shaphat sheker soul speak teach thee things thou hast thy commandments thy judgments thy law thy precepts thy servant thy statutes thy testimonies thy word Torah Translation Transliteration truth unto verb verse walk wicked wonder Yehowah zimmah