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Written Revelation, Psalm 119:101-104

In this lesson, we learn the necessity for the Author of the Bible to teach us His word. Then we may discover the “sweetness” of the word of God and will discern and discard that which is false.

Written Revelation, Psalm 119:98-102

Verses 89 to 105 are perhaps the heart of Psalm 119. In the portion under consideration in this lesson, superior wisdom and discernment are the result of the word of God. The Scriptures are the personal of God Himself to the believer, and result in a superior intellectual and moral life.

Written Revelation, Psalm 119:89-98

Psalm 119 assures us that the Bible is a book with heavenly origin. As such, it is “settled” and certain. We should love the word of God as we love the God of the word.

Written Revelation, Psalm 119:77-88

Enemies are resisted as we “wait” for the word of God (Ps. 119:81). Revival of soul and spirit follow faith in the words of Scripture (Ps. 119:88)

Written Revelation, Psalm 119:65-76

Psalm 119 is all about the value and power of the word of God! In this study, discover the purpose of afflictions in your life, as revealed by the Scriptures.

Written Revelation, Psalm 119:52-64

God comforts His people by His word. In this portion of Psalm 119 we observe that the comfort of answered prayer is coupled with obedience to the will of God revealed in the Scriptures.

Written Revelation, Psalm 119:9-24

Psalm 119, the longest of the Psalms, is written in 22 sections of 8 verses each, each verse in a given section beginning with a successive letter of the Hebrew alphabet. The Psalm speaks about the word of God.

Revelation: Inspired and Incarnate

Returning to Psalm 19, we discover a second means of revelation: God’s written or inspired revelation of Himself to men. We call this the Bible. In John chapter 1, the third means by which God has revealed Himself is found: the Incarnate Word, Jesus Christ.