Summary: entire; without blemish; without spot; undefiled

Walk In The Law Of The Lord

Psalm 119 verse 1

Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of the Lord.

Psalm 119:1

a[Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of the LORD]

Six Characteristics of Blessed Men

1.They walk undefiled in the way (Psalm 119:1).

2.They walk in the law of the Lord.

3.They keep His testimonies (Psalm 119:2).

4.They seek Him with a whole heart.

5.They do no iniquity (Psalm 119:3).

6.They walk in His ways.

Eightfold Incentive to Build Such Character:

1.God’s commands to man (Psalm 119:4)

2.Man’s response to obey (Psalm 119:5)

3.A clean conscience through entire obedience (Psalm 119:6)

4.Man’s uprightness of heart (Psalm 119:7)

5.Man’s wholehearted praise to God

6.Man’s education in God’s righteous judgments

7.Man’s consecration to keep God’s statutes (Psalm 119:8)

8.Man’s longing for full fellowship with God

b[undefiled] Hebrew: tamiym (HSN-8549), entire; without blemish; without spot;

undefiled (Psalm 119:1; cp. Hebrews 7:26; Hebrews 13:4; James 1:27; 1 Peter 1:4).


Ten Words Expressing God’s Revelation

1.The way. Hebrew: derek (HSN-1870), to proceed, walk with the feet (Psalm

119:1,3,5,14,26,27,29,30,32,33,37,59,168;—13 times; cp. John 14:6; Romans 3:12).

It is the way of God; the way in which God instructs man to go to be saved, holy, and happy. It is the revelation of the way that God would act among men. It is called:

(1)Thy way (Psalm 119:37; Psalm 86:11)

(2)His way (Psalm 18:30; Psalm 25:9; Psalm 37:23,34)

(3)The way of Thy testimonies (Psalm 119:14)

(4)The way of Thy precepts (Psalm 119:27)

(5)The way of truth (Psalm 119:30; 2 Peter 2:2)

(6)The way of Thy commandments (Psalm 119:32)

(7)The way of Thy statutes (Psalm 119:33)

(8)The way of the righteous (Psalm 1:6)

(9)The way everlasting (Psalm 139:24)

(10)The way of His saints (Proverbs 2:8)

(11)The way of good men (Proverbs 2:20)

(12)The way of wisdom (Proverbs 4:11)

(13)The way of life (Proverbs 6:23; Proverbs 10:17; Jeremiah 21:8)

(14)The way of righteousness (Proverbs 8:20; 2 Peter 2:21)

(15)The way of understanding (Proverbs 9:6)

(16)The way of the Lord (Proverbs 10:29; Jeremiah 5:4-5; Ezekiel 18:25,29; Ezekiel

33:17,20; Acts 18:25)

(17)The way of the just (Isaiah 26:7)

(18)The way of Thy judgments (Isaiah 28:7)

(19)The way of peace (Isaiah 59:8; Romans 3:17)

(20)The good way (Jeremiah 6:16)

(21)The way of God (Matthew 22:16; Acts 18:26)

(22)This way (Acts 22:4)

(23)That way (Acts 22:4; Acts 24:22)

(24)The way of salvation (Acts 16:17)

(25)The way which they call heresy (Acts 24:14)

(26)The right way (2 Peter 2:15)

2.The law. Hebrew: towrah (HSN-8451) (from yarah (HSN-3384)), to direct;

guide; teach; make straight or even; point forward; that which guides, directs, and

instructs in the way of righteousness; that which gives the knowledge of sin (Romans 3:20; 1 John 3:4). Found 25 times in this psalm (Psalm

119:1,18,29,34,44,51,53,55,61,70,72,77,85,92,97; Psalm 119:109,113,126,136,142,


It is called:

(1)The law of the Lord (Psalm 119:1; Psalm 1:2; Psalm 19:7; 1 Chron. 16:40; 1

Chron. 22:12; 2 Chron. 17:9; 2 Chron. 31:3-4; 2 Chron. 35:26; Isaiah 5:24;

Isaiah 30:9; Jeremiah 8:8; Amos 2:4; Luke 2:23,24,39)

(2)Thy law (Psalm 119:18,29,34,51,53,55,61,70,77,85,92,97,109,113,126; Psalm


(3)The law of Thy mouth (Psalm 119:72)

(4)The law of God (Joshua 24:26; Neh. 8:8,18; Neh. 10:28; Romans 7:22,25)

(5)God’s law (Neh. 10:29)

(6)The law of the Lord God (2 Kings 10:31)

(7)The law of the God of heaven (Ezra 7:12,21)

(8)My (God’s) law (Psalm 78:1; Jeremiah 9:13; Jeremiah 16:11; Jeremiah 44:10;

Hosea 8:12)

(9)The law of truth (Malachi 2:6)

(10)The law of the Jews (Acts 25:8)

(11)Moses’ law (Hebrews 10:28)

(12)His law (Psalm 1:2; Jeremiah 44:23)

(13)The law of Moses (Joshua 8:31-32; Joshua 23:6; 1 Kings 2:3; 2 Kings 23:25; 2

Chron. 23:18; 2 Chron. 30:16; Ezra 3:2; Ezra 7:6; Neh. 8:1; Luke 2:22; Luke

24:4; John 7:23; Acts 13:39; Acts 28:23). It is called the law of Moses because it was given to him (John 1:17). Hence, to teach that the law of God and the law of Moses are two different laws—that God gave the moral law and Moses gave the ceremonial law—is a fallacy.

3.Testimonies. Hebrew: €edah (HSN-5713) and €eduwth (HSN-5715), to turn back

again; to go over again; to testify. Found 23 times (Psalm

119:2,14,22,24,31,36,46,59,79,88,95,99; Psalm

119:111,119,125,129,138,144,146,152,157,167,168). They are called:

(1)His testimonies (10 times; Psalm 119:2)

(2)Thy testimonies (24 times; Psalm 119:14)

(3)My testimony (Psalm 132:12)

(4)The testimony of Thy mouth (Psalm 119:88)

(5)The testimony of the Lord (Psalm 19:7)

(6)The testimony of Israel (Psalm 122:4)

(7)The testimony of God (1 Cor. 2:1)

(8)The testimony of Christ (1 Cor. 1:6; Rev. 1:2,9; Rev. 12:17; Rev. 19:10)

(9)The testimony of our Lord (2 Tim. 1:8)

(10)The testimony of our conscience (2 Cor. 1:12)

4.Precepts. Hebrew: piqquwd (HSN-6490), to take oversight or charge; superintend;

hence, mandates enjoined on others in all duties of life and conduct. Found 21 times in this psalm (Psalm 119:4,15,27,40,45,56,63,69,78,93,94,100,104,110,

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