From Ryan Ruffing
Psalm 119:97-112: The psalmist makes a beautiful claim about the role of God’s word in his life: “your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path” (vs. 105). God’s word has moved from text on the page to become real and experienced illumination in everyday life. But how has this happened? The psalmist has made it a practice to always meditate on God’s law (vs. 97). He has chewed and digested it so thoroughly that it now appears as a real felt support in the day-to-day. It has kept him on the good path, and proven sweet to the taste (vs. 102-104). Do you long to have God’s word guide you in daily living? That desire should move us to meditate more seriously and more regularly upon his word.
Deuteronomy 9:1-8: Listen to today’s sermon.