Analysis of Psalm 119 in Meditative Prayer
Christian meditation is a form of prayer in which a structured attempt is made to become aware of and reflect upon the revelations of God. The word meditation comes from the Latin word meditārī, which has a range of meanings including to reflect on, to study and to practice. Analysis of Psalm 119 in meditative prayer is a detailed meditation of each verse of the longest Chapter in the Bible in a prayer form for every day living.
Blessed is that whose ways are blameless, who work accordingly to the law of the lord
Make me a person of integrity, patient in learning to live like Christ, not a slanderer, living a pious life, emulating the character of Christ. Make me undefiled, pure, and pleasing to God
Blessed are those who keep his status
Help me to obey your law and seek you wholeheartedly. Teach me to obey your testimonies and observe your testimonies and decrees, instructions and law.
Let my desire, my views agree with everything the lord wants
Let my way be his way and may I surrender to his will
Let me learn obedience, teach me to listen and spend time seeking to know you, meditating and internalizing your words