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Thy Law Have I Not Forgotten

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One of the many interesting rhetorical features of the Hebrew Bible is its use of alphabetical acrostics. They are literary compositions in which the writer has used the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet as the initial letters for a sequence of verses. Well known as the longest chapter in the bible, Psalm 119 is one of the acrostics. The common form of acrostics found in the Old Testament Poetry contain only one verse for each of the 22 Hebrew letters, that is each line or stanza begins with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet in order. However, this celebrated Psalm, the most elaborate demonstration of the acrostic method, includes 8 verses for each letter, making it a total of 176 verses. Thus there are 22 stanzas or sections, each containing 8 verses beginning with the same Hebrew letter.The general scope and design of this psalm is to magnify the Divine Law, and make it honorable. There are 10 words by which Divine revelation is called in this psalm, and each expresses what God expects from us, and what we may expect from Him: 1. God's law; 2. His way; 3. His testimonies; 4. His commandments; 5. His precepts; 6. His word, or saying; 7. His judgments; 8. His righteousness; 9. His statutes; 10. His truth or faithfulness. With God's help, Anthony Chow has composed twenty-two (22) songs based on this beautiful psalm.
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One of the many interesting rhetorical features of the Hebrew Bible is its use of alphabetical acrostics. They are literary compositions in which the writer has used the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet as the initial letters for a sequence of verses. Well known as the longest chapter in the bible, Psalm 119 is one of the acrostics. The common form of acrostics found in the Old Testament Poetry contain only one verse for each of the 22 Hebrew letters, that is each line or stanza begins with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet in order. However, this celebrated Psalm, the most elaborate demonstration of the acrostic method, includes 8 verses for each letter, making it a total of 176 verses. Thus there are 22 stanzas or sections, each containing 8 verses beginning with the same Hebrew letter.The general scope and design of this psalm is to magnify the Divine Law, and make it honorable. There are 10 words by which Divine revelation is called in this psalm, and each expresses what God expects from us, and what we may expect from Him: 1. God's law; 2. His way; 3. His testimonies; 4. His commandments; 5. His precepts; 6. His word, or saying; 7. His judgments; 8. His righteousness; 9. His statutes; 10. His truth or faithfulness. With God's help, Anthony Chow has composed twenty-two (22) songs based on this beautiful psalm.
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