Daily Bible Reading “I Have Chosen the Way of Truth” (Psalm 119:25-32)

I Have Chosen the Way of Truth Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 119:25-32. This portion of Scripture in Psalm 119 starts with the Hebrew letter DALETH, which is the fourth letter in the Hebrew alphabet and represents the number 4. It also represents the letter D and means doorway. Hebrew letters not only represent a letter, they represent a word, and a number. The Psalmist admits that his soul clings to this earth, but asks God to restore him to God’s Word. He declares his ways and asks God to teach him the statutes of God. He wants (more…)

Daily Bible Reading “Help Me Keep Thy Word” (Psalm 119:17-24)

Help Me Keep Thy Word Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 119:17-24.  This portion of Scripture starts with the Hebrew letter GIMEL, which is the third letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Because of the shape of the letter some think it may have derived from a camel, but it said to be a rich man running after a poor man. The Psalmist tells God to deal with him bountifully so he will live and keep God’s word. He asks God to open his eyes so he can see the wondrous things from God’s law. He declares that he is (more…)

Daily Bible Reading “I Will Not Forget Thy Word” (Psalm 119:9-16)

I Will Not Forget Thy Word Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 119:9-16. This portion of Scripture in Psalm 119 starts with the second letter of the Hebrew alphabet, BETH. The Psalmist asks the question, how can a young man cleanse his way? The Psalmist answers by saying, take heed to thy word. He declares to God that he has sought Him with his whole heart. He requests of God not to let him wander from His commandments. One of my favorite verses is Psalm 119:11, which says, “Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might (more…)

Daily Bible Reading “I Will Keep Thy Statutes” (Psalm 119:1-8)

I Will Keep Thy Statutes Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 119:1-8. Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the Bible with 176 verses. It is in the middle of the Bible, and it is an acrostic of the Hebrew alphabet. Although most acrostics are one verse, Psalm 119 is broken up into stanzas of eight verses with each letter. The number eight means “life from the dead,” because on the eighth day Jesus came back from the dead. We are going to break this chapter up into small bite-size pieces so it is easier to digest and we (more…)

Daily Bible Reading “Teach Me, O LORD” (Psalm 119:33-40)

Teach Me, O LORD Today’s Daily Bible Reading is from Psalm 119:33-40. This portion of Scripture in Psalm 119 starts with the Hebrew letter HE. HE is the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet and represents the letter 5 or can be 5000 when speaking of years. The Psalmist cries out to God to teach him the statutes of the LORD. He asks God to give him understanding and he promises to keep God’s law and observe it with his whole heart. The Psalmist asks God to help his heart to be inclined toward God’s testimonies and not toward covetousness. (more…)