June 27, 2020

The Dark Side of Psalm 119

Passage: Psalm 119

Join us as we take a look at Psalm 119, which speaks much on the Torah of God but never actually defines it. Instead, we find the author proclaiming the joy found in God's law, all while crying out that he is going blind looking for the promises God made. Join us as we take a look at the "dark side" of Psalm 119 and the real joy that can only be found in Yeshua.

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Psalms of Christ: The Messiah in Non-Messianic Psalms
ByDaniel H. Fletcher
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Psalms 73-150 (Kidner Classic Commentaries
By Derek Kidner
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β€œYour Torah Is My Delight”: Repetition and the Poetics of Immanence in Psalm 119
By: Burt, Sean. Source: Journal of Biblical Literature

I Have Not Forgotten: Psalm 119 as a Forensic Response to Deuteronomy
By: Hawanchak, Alison. Source: Conversations with the Biblical World

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