Psalm 119 is one of the best, yet frequently overlooked, chapters in the Bible. Understanding why the Psalmist felt as he did about God’s word will help us learn more about the loving character of the Author Himself.
Whether you are doing this study alone or with a group, you will be motivated to seek God with your whole heart, and fall in love with His every word of truth.
“Joyful are people of integrity, who follow the instructions of the Lord…and search for Him with all their hearts.” Psalm 119:1-2
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Rebecca Aarup is a redeemed prodigal, set free from over a decade of mental illness, eating disorders, addiction, and more. She now enjoys sharing her story of freedom and transformation with a lost and hurting world, as well as teaching about spiritual warfare and the importance of understanding our identity in Christ.
Rebecca is also an author and freelance writer; she contributed several articles to The Christian Online Magazine as a health columnist, created S.E.R.V.A.N.T. Sisters women’s online devotional ministry, and has written nearly 50 devotionals and articles for both print and online publications including Light from the Word (Wesleyan Publishing House), The Vision (Word Aflame Publications), The Secret Place (Judson press), Evangel (Light and Life Communications), and Mustard Seed Ministries. She also released a Bible Study, The Word: Six Lessons from Psalm 119, which is available as a free download on her website or in print form from Amazon (all proceeds from purchases of this Bible study are donated to the Shalom Orphanage in India). Beyond writing, Rebecca is a wife, mom, and Bible student at Liberty Home Bible Institute, a division of Liberty University, currently pursuing a certificate in General Biblical studies. She lives in Glendale, Arizona with her husband Chris, and daughter, Samantha. You can read more from Rebecca by subscribing to her blog (it’s free) and following her on twitter and facebook.