The psalm consists of twenty-two stanzas of eight verses each, and goes through the Hebrew alphabet letter. Each stanza begins with a new letter, and each verse in that stanza begins with that letter.
- How must God’s Word be used so that a man may live a pure and sinless are Conversely, what temptations have to be overcome so that our motives are right, both in coming to God and in living for Him? Cf. Jas. 1:21-25.
- What compelling reasons urge the writer to study God’s law? In putting what we read here into practice, where is the responsibility for action ours, and in what matters must we look only to God?