Psalm 119 Bible Study

Psalm 119: The Glory of God’s Word ~ Lesson 13 – Wrap Up

Previous Lessons: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Wrap Up

Questions to Consider

1. Was there anything new God taught you in this study that particularly impacted you? What was it, and why was it so significant?

2. How is your walk with the Lord different after this study than it was before?

3. What did you learn from this study about what your relationship with, and response to God’s Word should be like?

4. What did this study teach you about obeying God’s Word?

5. What did this study teach you about the nature and character of God?

6. Have there been any passages or concepts in this study that God used to convict you of disobedience and lead you to repentance? How will you walk differently in this area from now on?

7. What did this study teach you about prayer?

8. Describe one specific, practical way you will apply to your life something you learned in this study.


Spend some time in prayer this week asking God to show you how to put into practice one thing you learned from this study.

Recite all of your memory verses from this study. Which one is most meaningful to you right now?

2 thoughts on “Psalm 119: The Glory of God’s Word ~ Lesson 13 – Wrap Up”

  1. Thank you for this study, Michelle! These three memory verses have the most meaning to me as this study is wrapping up:
    v 37 Turn my eyes from looking at worthless things;
    and give me life in your ways.
    v 56 This blessing has fallen to me,
    that I have kept your precepts.
    v 160 The sum of your word is truth,
    and every one of your righteous rules endures forever.


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