Psalm 119 is a feast on and in the Word of God. It is the longest Psalm and the most prolonged, powerful expression of delight and joy in the Word. It is a Psalm of worship and praise and thanksgiving for the Word.
This little book is not a thorough commentary on Psalm 119, but rather a devotional commentary. The chapters are intentionally kept short, so that applications could be included at the end of each. These are meditations and thus this little book could serve as a weekday devotional, or for personal or family devotions. It could also be used in small groups or Sunday School classes, with the applications being discussions starters.
About the Author
Brian Borgman is founding pastor of Grace Community Church in Minden, NV. He has written articles for The Southern Baptist Theological Journal, Reformation and Revival Journal and the Gospel Coalition. He has also written, My Heart For Thy Cause (Mentor, 2002) and Feelings and Faith (Crossway, 2009). He holds degrees from Biola University, Western Seminary and Westminster Seminary.
"True Godliness in a wicked world springs from a life inundated with the Word, a lesson we learn from Psalm 119. Given that this psalm is the size of a New Testament epistle, it is well worth careful study, sustained meditation, and practical application. Pastor Brian Borgman helps us do just that in this sweet devotional book on a richly experiential psalm that serves in Calvin's words, as 'an anatomy of all parts of the soul.'"
- Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary