Psalm 119:49-80

  1. How have sufferings been used for good in the life of the psalmist? How does this lead us forward in understanding why suffering sometimes comes? Cf. Jer. 2:30; Heb. 12:6-11; Amos 4:6-11.
  2. Each section begins with a statement about the Lord. How then is past experience of him to be used in prayer, commitment and obedience?
  3. What bearing do the commandments have on the relationships between God’s servant and others who fear him? See verses 63, 74, 79.

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