lessons from psalm 119

They were with him ever, and he had to gain enough spiritual strength and enough strength of character to survive and even thrive with them with him. Those who fear You will be glad when they see me, i. Remember the word to Your servant, The proud who hold the simple believer in great derision enjoy the applause and honor of some in this world; but they can never know the comfort that the Psalmist wrote of here. ii. With my lips I have declared all the judgments of Your mouth, I have rejoiced in the way of Your testimonies, as much as in all riches, I will meditate … and contemplate … I will delight … I will not forget Your word, I am a stranger in the earth; do not hide Your commandments from me, My soul breaks with longing for Your judgments at all times, Your testimonies also are my delight and my counselors, I have declared my ways … teach me Your statutes, Make me understand the way of Your precepts, Remove from me the way of lying … I have chosen the way of truth. "But let us mark, how fully is this prayer warranted by the special promise of the Gospel - ‘Sin shall not have dominion over you; for ye are not under the law, but under grace' (Romans 5:14, with 12)." "Cover it, cure it, suffer it not to break forth, to my disgrace among men." We do what is right, but we quiver and shake while we are doing it." c. Redeem me from the oppression of man: The third request recognized that there are dangers beyond the potential dominion of sin in the Psalmist's spiritual life. i. i. Hence, when you grasp the promise, you get a hold on God." Trouble and anguish have overtaken me, The hope he had in the word of God was not mere academic or intellectual knowledge; it was relationship and security in God Himself (my hiding place and my shield). (Luther, cited in Boice), iv. True revival - in the Biblical and historical sense - is marked by a shamed awareness of sin and an urgency to confess and make things right (mentioned in the following verse). According to Your word: "Our prayers are according to the mind of God when they are according to the word of God." Let it be to me according to your word." Which is not according to Your law. The prayer comes from a heart that loves God's word (Your precepts), asking to be made alive in the righteousness of God. We might say that God's written word is an incomplete display of His character and nature; that is, there is more to God than what we can receive from His word. To meet the Christian in ordinary courtesy, not in unity of heart, is a sign of an unspiritual walk with God." i. Your word is settled in heaven. I have chosen the way of truth; b. Both are the product of the same ordering mind; and not only men but ‘all things' are His ‘servants'." a. Does the Psalmist have no eyelids? i. "Shame is for the proud, for it is a shameful thing to be proud. This is a wonderful, God honoring prayer that is heard in heaven. Turn to me: "As the believer finds trouble from the world, he prays that he may find help from the Lord's people … It is painful therefore to see Christians often walking aloof from each other, and suffering coldness, distance, differences and distrust to divide them from their brethren." The Psalmist understood that he had a natural tendency towards worthless things, so he prayed for that natural tendency to be counter-acted. Visit our inductive Bible studies for more studies on this and other books of the Bible. It isn't as if the poor, dead word of God lay lifeless until the wonderful preacher came and breathed life into it. (Boice). c. I see the treacherous and am disgusted, because they do not keep Your word: It wasn't that the Psalmist expected godly behavior from the ungodly - something that Paul warned about (1 Corinthians 5:9-13). Poetical Books b. i. I rise before the dawning of the morning, b. I am afflicted very much; revive me, O LORD, according to Your word: His determination to obedience came from a season of affliction, not comfort and ease. The ‘new song' ill accords with the old heart." His soul aches for God, so much that it faints in waiting for the salvation he needs. There was a time when he was far more likely to go astray from God's word and the wise life revealed there. ii. (Bridges). It gives understanding to the simple: The word of God is so clear and light-giving that even the simple find understanding. By proceeding, you consent to our cookie usage. It showed him the next few steps to take. i. The Psalmist wanted to walk in God's way, and to do it with a revived heart. (Spurgeon), ii. Your statutes have been my songs in the house of my pilgrimage: Here the Psalmist says that God's word (Your statutes) make him sing with joy and confidence. The law was a covenant/ deal between God and His people and was meant to show the surrounding nations who His people were. Revive me according to Your justice: Though revival from God is never deserved, it can still be asked for according to the justice of God. For Your testimonies are my meditation. a. b. Despite his many problems and pains, he looked to God's word for a reviving of life and for it to happen according to His word. Every preacher should especially be able to say, "Your word is settled in heaven." The beautiful truths of Psalm 119 will teach you how to: That I may learn Your statutes. For I do not forget Your law. Deal with Your servant according to Your mercy, Because of Your righteous judgments. Teaching Time: 45 minutes – 1 hour But in 1927, a scholar named Nelson Glueck (among others) argued that the real idea behind hesed was "covenant loyalty" and not so much love or mercy. (Horne), ii. 4. Teach me Your statutes. "To enjoy this beatitude a holy walking must become habitual. (Horne). (Psa 119:74) The common gladness of those who fear God. - Strict rules were given concerning forms of the letters, spaces between letters, words, and sections, the use of the pen, the color of the parchment, and so forth. Blessed are those who keep His testimonies, The Psalmist understood this principle, and longed for God to be his teacher, and to keep him in God's great book. General Epistles i. i. Salvation is far from the wicked, Remember the word to Your servant: The Psalmist understood that God could never forget His word. In the verses following he lists at least three things that come from this life of obedience: liberty, courage (will not be ashamed), and delight. God's promises are his bonds. It is in vain that we endeavour to comprehend him by reason; we must apprehend him by affection." The whole heart is vital. Our own attempts at clearing ourselves are usually failures." This is a prayer for a change in the heart and mind of the servant of God, so that the word of the LORD would be established in them. Multitudes live for the world - forget God and die! Pilate's cynical reply was, "What is truth?" Loving God’s Word means no … Luke-Acts The Masorites said that the Word of God is mentioned in every verse except Psalm 119:122. I consider to be right; "I have voluntarily hired myself unto thee, chosen the things that please thee, and taken hold of the covenant … Now, this is all the wages I crave of thee, ‘Give me understanding.'" Indeed, I shall observe it with my whole heart. (Sibbes, cited in Spurgeon), iii. Hezekiah's prayer meant failure and doom for the Assyrian army. - David could say in his affliction, Let him alone, and let him curse, for so the LORD has ordered him (2 Samuel 16:11). Luke-Acts (Spurgeon), iii. (Poole). Psalm 119 is written in the form of an acrostic poem. "Some writers … pointed out that for the ancients there was often significance in the shape of the Hebrew letters. (Poole), iii. 030921AM WFL-29 DOAGL-29 Psalm 119-10 The Disciplines of a Godly Life: Meditation Psalm 119: Part 10 The Blessing of Affliction – We Get Focused on Our Teacher Two old men sat down and wrote their summary of life. "The ancients are had in high repute, but what did they all know compared with that which we perceive in the divine precepts? "Forsaken we may be - but not utterly. What then is this prayer? "A second time he asks for consideration. Submit to his dispensation. How little do crowns and sceptres become in the judgment of that man who perceives a more majestic royalty in the commands of his God." iii. "While the promised salvation is delayed, the afflicted soul thinketh every day a year, and looketh toward heaven for the accomplishment of God's word." i. "Lord, I know that I don't deserve to be heard by You. That I might not sin against You. "According to Your lovingkindness" we can pray. Every week, thousands of churches use our Bible lessons, craft ideas, printable resources, and coloring pages to teach kids the Christian faith. i. Learning God’s Word 5. We all have a new and refreshed love for God's Word through this great overview of Psalm 119. ‘This land - this estate - or this kingdom is mine.' . (Bridges), iii. You put away all the wicked of the earth like dross: In His judgments, God has a purifying purpose and effect. i. ….. Have the kids remind you when God gave His people His law and what the purpose of the law was. In the most basic sense, this is praise for who God is (You are good), and praise for what God does (and do good). 5 Truths to Know About Psalm 119: - This Psalm is actually written as an acrostic poem. . Ideally, this sense of trembling fear made him run to God for His atoning, covering sacrifice. "To me there is no explanation of those words except that which involves verbal and infallible inspiration. (Psa 119:167-168) Keeping the word of God. (Bridges). The Psalmist understood what many today forget or deny. For Your judgments at all times. a. iii. A side by side comparison between the two main text families (the Majority Text and the modern critical text) shows agreement a full 98% of the time." Let the truth, and the whole truth, be sweet to our taste." Thank you for registering. a. Some have suggested that this section tells us how to make our heart a home for the Word of God. i. 1. 1. (Bridges). . i. The difference was in more than theology; it was in life. v. "I do not think that there could possibly be a more appropriate conclusion of such a Psalm as this, so full of the varied experience and the ever-changing frames and feelings even of a child of God, in the sunshine and the cloud, in the calm and in the storm, than this ever-clinging sense of his propensity to wander, and the expression of his utter inability to find his way back without the Lord's guiding hand to restore him." Yet I do not turn aside from Your law. (Spurgeon), v. Yet longing that is not acted upon is more wishing than longing. iii. First it may be in a small or seemingly insignificant area, but that dominion will grow in size and strength until my spiritual life is in serious compromise. Wisdom Literature (Clarke). "Be sure that he who prays for holiness will one day praise for happiness. "He has considered all the perfections of things other than Jehovah Himself, that is, of created things; and has discovered their limits." Shame having vanished, silence is broken, and the formerly silent man declares, ‘I will praise thee.'" He allows us to be attacked, yet at the same time sets a limit to the success of the attackers. c. I will never forget Your precepts, for by them You have given me life: The Psalmist remembered the life-giving power and character of God's word. c. Hold me up, and I shall be safe, and I shall observe Your statutes continually: This is the second request in this brief section to be supported by the strength that comes from God, and especially through His word. Psalms 119:3 speaks of doing no iniquity, while this verse treats of the method of not sinning. He didn't need new eyes; he needed to see with the eyes he already had. In the entire text of 20,000 lines, only 40 lines are in doubt (about 400 words), and none affects any significant doctrine. b. I long for Your salvation … Your law is my delight: These two expressions go together. i. So shall I keep Your law continually, All the day: A good man, wherever he goes, carries his Bible along with him, if not in his hands, yet in his head and in his heart. He believed that the Scriptures come from heaven and not earth; from the LORD and not man. Speaking in the manner of men, this was a plea for God to fulfill the promises stated in His word. So it is here." More modern commentators often say that it is post-exilic, coming from the days of Nehemiah or Ezra. Pentateuch - The difference between vav (ו) and zayin (ז) is a tittle. Though this illustration speaks about the difficult nature of David's trial, it also speak to the character of the trial: "Our trials are smoke, but not fire; they are very uncomfortable, but they do not consume us." He has no inherent obligation to teach us; yet out of the merciful impulse of His heart He does so. "A strange reason, I kept it because I kept it; but every new act of obedience fitteth for a following act." Even as Paul and Silas could sing in the midst of suffering (Acts 16:25), so could the Psalmist. And teach me Your statutes. Which I love, He loves us, He chose us, He called us, He drew us to Himself. i. They are understood in the light of dependence upon God, not in the sense of self-righteous pride. viii. Here we behold his face." Jehovah's word is not fickle nor uncertain; it is settled, determined, fixed, sure, immovable. Don’t underestimate the conversations that happen while playing “Jenga” or “Uno” with a group of kids. Let those who fear You turn to me, Lesson Objective: Students will learn: The importance of Scripture; The importance of Scripture memorization; Accepting guidance from God; Memory Verse: Psalm 119:105 (NIV)–Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path. A verification email has been sent to the address you provided. (Psa 119:143-144) God's word gives life in times of trouble. Will not a man be careful of his children, his treasure, his jewels? No matter how great the derision that comes from the proud, he will hold faithful to God and His word. His confidence is that God will do this through His word. b. I have said that I would keep Your words: This promise would be an empty vow without the empowering of God in the life. "The word God only occurs in this one place in all this lengthened Psalm, and then it is attended by the personal word ‘my'-'my God.'" The Psalmist spoke freely about his great love for God and His word. a. iv. For all my ways are before You. It's just as wrong to think that formal education disqualifies someone for as it is to think that it automatically qualifies someone for effective service. (Horne), v. "If God had roughly made us, and had not also elaborately fashioned us, this argument would lose much of its force; but surely from the delicate art and marvellous skill which the Lord has shown in the formation of the human body, we may infer that he is prepared to take equal pains with the soul till it shall perfectly bear his image." "Therefore; because of that exact purity and holiness of it, for which very reason ungodly men either despise or hate it." b. -------------------- Let Him do what seems good to Him (1 Samuel 3:18). It was love and appreciation from the field of battle, not the palaces of ease and comfort. That love is manifested not only in the feeling of delight, but also in an act of honor (My hands also I will lift up to Your commandments) and time and energy spent with God's word (I will meditate). iii. We all have a new and refreshed love for God's Word through this great overview of Psalm 119. The idea is that if only God teaches him, he will then persevere and keep it to the end. He asked God and depended on Him for an obedient (blameless) heart and life. a. The late Christian philosopher Francis Schaeffer used to promote the idea of "true truth." They continue this day according to Your ordinances, I would then have perished in my affliction, I will never forget Your precepts, for by them You have given me life, The wicked wait for me to destroy me, but I will consider Your testimonies, I have seen the consummation of all perfection, But Your commandment is exceedingly broad, You, through Your commandments, make me wiser than my enemies, I have more understanding than all my teachers, for Your testimonies are my meditation, I understand more than the ancients, because I keep your precepts, I have restrained my feet from every evil way, that I may keep Your word, I have not departed from Your judgments, for You Yourself have taught me, Through Your precepts I get understanding; therefore I hate every false way, I have sworn and confirmed that I will keep Your righteous judgments, I am afflicted very much; revive me, O LORD, according to Your word, Accept, I pray, the freewill offerings of my mouth, My life is continually in my hand, yet I do not forget Your law, The wicked have laid a snare for me, yet I have not strayed from Your precepts, Your testimonies I have taken as a heritage forever, for they are the rejoicing of my heart, I have inclined my heart to perform Your statutes forever, to the very end, I hate the double-minded, but I love Your law, You are my hiding place and my shield; I hope in Your word. -------------------- (Poole) "Judgment, here, is literally ‘taste', not in our sense of artistic judgment, but of spiritual discrimination: ‘for the ear tests words as the palate tastes food' (Job 34:3). "The Order of the Divine mind, embodied in the Divine Law, is beautiful … It is the language of a man ravished by moral beauty. (Bridges). The Psalmist knew his life and the lives of his oppressors; he knew that his life was dedicated to God and theirs was not. You will learn that It reveals how divine revelation is the basis for everything we As much as in all riches. (Morgan). L. Lamed ל: Saved by the Word Settled in Heaven. - When the Bible gives us instruction, it is right and true; it truly does tell us the will of God and the best way of life. i. 3. Establish Your word to Your servant: This is not a prayer for God to change His word in some way; indeed, the word of the LORD is established forever (Isaiah 40:8). "It is one evidence of their excellency, that they are disliked by the vilest of men." "Every part of creation bears the impress of God. iii. (VanGemeren). (Trapp). (Boice), ii. Think of all the common ground Christians, even of greatly different denominations, have together: Taken together, these are a lot! b. iv. "Men find it very helpful to use their voices in prayer; it is difficult long to maintain the intensity of devotion unless we hear ourselves speak; hence David at length broke through his silence, arose from his quiet meditations, and began crying with voice as well as heart unto the Lord his God." That I may know Your testimonies. iii. e. I will keep Your statutes: This was a promise to keep - in the sense of guarding - the statutes (huqqim), the engraved, inscribed, written word of God. "Of ‘all perfection' in this world, whether of beauty, wit, learning, pleasure, honour, or riches, experience will soon show us the ‘end.' The sense and context lead us to see that the sense of personal weakness and injustice has led the Psalmist to such distraction and despair that he has lost focus on God's word. Worse yet, they often lead others to do the same. . The superficial Christian may read and understand and even, in an outward sense, obey the word of God. Hoping to appease or impress the proud, they lead themselves and others to trust and love God's word less. (Spurgeon), ix. He has not made salvation or growth in godliness primarily a matter of the intellect. If such a system had been possible, the discovery of it would have been made for us by God himself: - certainly it would if it had been desirable and useful for our profit and holiness. c. The wicked wait for me to destroy me, but I will consider Your testimonies: The Psalmist speaks of his enemies in an almost causal way. George Wishart was the Bishop of Edinburgh in the 17th century (not to be confused with another Scot by the same name who was martyred a century earlier). These proud mockers look at the Psalmist and dedication to the word of God and hold him in great derision. It is hard to restrain the flesh, when so many are the baits for its indulgence." Can it heal my broken heart Can it give relief to my wounded spirit? 1. "The faculty of conscience partakes, with every other power of man, of the injury of the fall; and therefore, with all its intelligence, honesty, and power, it is liable to misconception. v. "When we are thus reaping the fruitful discipline of our Father's school (Hebrews 12:11), must we not put a fresh seal to our testimony - Thou hast dealt well with thy servant, O Lord? Keep means doing, not only hearing. b. c. I will meditate … and contemplate … I will delight … I will not forget Your word: The greatness of God's word has led the Psalmist to great resolution of life. Because I keep Your precepts. "If we have no memory for the name of Jehovah we are not likely to remember his commandments: if we do not think of him secretly we shall not obey him openly." "This stanza has a great deal to say about the psalmist's enemies, as if at this point his thoughts were nearly monopolized by them." For I have hoped in Your ordinances. b. Let us consider a few. G. Zayin ז: The Power of God's Word to Comfort and Strengthen. v. "He who became man for our salvation, passed through this state of youth, undefiled, that he might, as it were, reclaim and consecrate it anew to God." "The tremendous blow of almighty justice has benumbed his heart, so that the pressure of mountains of sin and guilt is unfelt! He also asked for this deliverance according to the promises of God's word. This was obedience in more than outward action; it was obedience in soul. The pursuit of God in and through His word leads to satisfaction and blessing. "There is constancy and order in all of creation, reflecting the ‘faithfulness' of the Lord." Teach me Your statutes. Sanctify them by Your truth. 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