Having been in Psalm 119 for some time we know a few things: The psalm is divided in sections of eight verses, each starting with the same letter in the Hebrew alphabet. Ninety-nine percent of the verses have a direct reference to the Bible. The word “your” is used very often, showing us the Bible is what God says to us. We have also word “you” which shows us that the author is talking to God (i.e. praying). The other word we see are the words “I,” “me” and “my,” which means it is a book meant for … me. In the section called “Mem,” we see the Bible is helpful for getting something very useful: wisdom. That will be our particular motivation for what we need to learn: Just read it!
An exposition of Psalm 119 by the elders of Brackenhurst Baptist Church.
|Integrity (Psalm 119:1–8)||Doug Van Meter||26 Jun 2017||Listen|
|Sanctification (Psalm 119:9–16)||Stuart Chase||2 Jul 2017||Watch||Listen|
|Open Eyes (Psalm 119:17–24)||Mark MacKaiser||9 Jul 2017||Listen|
|Hanging On for Dear Life (Psalm 119:25–32)||Doug Van Meter||16 Jul 2017||Watch||Listen|
|The Way of Wisdom (Psalm 119:33–40)||Neil Cable||23 Jul 2017||Watch||Listen|
|Impotent Works, Potent Grace (Psalm 119:41–48)||Stephen Scholtz||30 Jul 2017||Listen|
|What God Told Me Today (Psalm 119:49–56)||Zander Viljoen||6 Aug 2017||Watch||Listen|
|The School of Affliction (Psalm 119:65–72)||Stuart Chase||20 Aug 2017||Watch||Listen|
|Tie a Knot, and Hang On (Psalm 119:81–88)||Neil Cable||3 Sep 2017||Watch||Listen|
|Just Read It (Psalm 119:97–104)||Zander Viljoen||24 Sep 2017||Watch||Listen|