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Locating Gods Ways in the Hebrew Alphabet Psalms 119: 1-176 Tom D. Fritts

Locating Gods Ways in the Hebrew Alphabet Psalms 119: 1-176

Tom D. Fritts

Published July 10th 2014
ISBN : 9781462738113
Paperback
272 pages
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Psalm 119 contains prayers, praises, and professions of obedience, and personal attention from a young person. Keil-Delitzsch volume 5, page 244, calls attention to the period in which this psalm was composed. It appears as a plea from one who isMorePsalm 119 contains prayers, praises, and professions of obedience, and personal attention from a young person. Keil-Delitzsch volume 5, page 244, calls attention to the period in which this psalm was composed. It appears as a plea from one who is being persecuted for his faith by a group of Jews who were sympathetic with the Greeks and who were in power. Confessors of the Torah were their targets. His hope in that Maccabean age during his prison environment under Gentile authorities is his trust in the ten attributes of Gods watch care. Jesus promised the blind person in Matthew 9:29, According to your faith be it unto you.Each Hebrew letter in a word stands alone in a word, which means it is not joined together, as an English word might be. There are no capital letters in Hebrew. Hebrew words cannot be hyphenated.The study of Hebrew is an interesting challenge. The scholar is challenged to enlarge its horizontal thoughts to behold a greater expanse of learning. The depth of the language is reached in the simplicity of the relationship of its alphabet to ones vocabulary.