An Inductive Study Journal on Psalm 119
I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have given me life.
– Psalm 119:93
We hear it all the time: we need to read the Bible every day. But why is it so important that we know, understand, and apply this ancient book to our lives today? What’s in it for us??
In Psalm 119, we see over and over that God’s Word brings life, and it’s a light to guide us. These 176 verses give us the most comprehensive look at the power and benefits provided to us in Scripture, and the character of the One who spoke the Word into existence. This is not power that can be mustered up in our own human strength or learned from reading any other book. It is a power that can only come from God Himself. If we truly knew the power the Word of God has in our lives, we wouldn’t be able to put it down.
This 8-week simple inductive study focuses on the character of God and His Word. Each week, you will write out the verses and answer three simple questions about the passage.
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“Your word is a lamp to my feet
and a light to my path”
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