In and throughout Psalm 119, the word of God demonstrates proper and acceptable attitudes and conduct, such as praising the Lord God Tommy L. Hart, serving him, loving him, communciating with him, fellowshipping with him, rejoicing in his word, hasting to perform his commandments and judgments, trusting him, fearing him, relying on him, being mindful of his law, remembering his name, talking of his wondrous works, meditating in his word, choosing the way of truth, hating every false way, being separate from evildoers, and being teachable.
In Psalm 119, in which the pronoun I is used about 138 times, the word of God speaks for the Gentiles. The pronoun I is a substitute for 1) we, and 2) the Gentiles. Ex. verse 8 of Ps 119, I will keep thy statutes, is representative of these two, 1) we will keep thy statutes, and 2) the Gentiles will keep thy statutes.
Statements-of-Concern: 1) Job 37:19 - we (the Gentiles) cannot order our speech. 2) Luke 1:1 - set in order a declaration of those things which are most surely believed among us. 3) Psalm 119:126 - it is time for thee, LORD, to work. 4) John 9:4 - no man can work. 5) John 7:26 - he speaketh boldly, and they say nothing to him. 6) Psalm 119: 126 - they have made void thy law (true or false).
Question-of-Interest (1John 2:22) - whis a liar?
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