The Wisdom of the Psalms

Discussion in 'Spirituality/Worship' started by deecrossett, Oct 4, 2002.

  1. deecrossett

    deecrossett New Member


    Psalm 119:100
    I understand more than the ancients, because I keep thy precepts.


    The counsel of elders had been the ruling voice of the tribe for centuries. In every decision of the tribe, the elders were consulted.

    Then came a young man who knew a better way. He told of a rule that would guide each individual to right action. It was the rule of love: the golden rule, which said to do only those things that you would have them do to you. The wisdom of the young man was beyond dispute.

    All the elders had tried to teach was summed up in the simple law. By grasping the full meanings of the rule, any person could obtain the wisdom of the elders. Even more wisdom would come to any and all who would put the rule to practice. The way of the Lord is to love. Higher wisdom does not exist than to live life in love.

    Prayer:

    Guide me by the law of love, Father. Show me new ways to serve others and to do to them the things I would wish done to myself. Grant me the highest kind of wisdom. Amen.


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