We all want our lives to be full of good things. In this passage, the Psalmist is asking God to be “bountiful” in His blessings. The Psalmist is asking for good things to fill his life. He sees himself as a servant, so he is not demanding this bounty from His Master, but he pleads for it. He needs it and wants it. And he knows that if His God will, indeed, grant this prayer, then he will be able to live life fully, and keep the words of God.
Click on Week#3 to the left and read it through. See how my comments and thoughts line up with what you’ve gotten out of this third set of 8 verses in Psalm 119 as you studied it this last week. Make comments or post questions if you want. I’ll answer them if I can.
And then start working on your assignment for this next week…you’ll see it at the end of this week’s comments.
As you start studying your next assignment on your own this week – a verse or two a day…see what you can get out of it….what you can learn every day…and then next Monday I’ll post my comments it.
Have a bountiful week! – Kathleen