Psalm 119, one of the most magnificent pieces of Scripture in the whole Old Testament. It's a panegyric, unparalleled regarding the sweetness of the law of God, and follows the Hebrew alphabet in poetic measure. In Psalms 119:97 we read these words: "Oh, how I love your law!"
The person who wrote this is part of the communion of saints, part of the household of God, and Old Testament saint. Under the inspiration of God the Holy Spirit these words were pinned. We are told in the New Testament that the Holy Spirit causes us, at times to groan. In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us through wordless groans.And he who searches our hearts knows the mind of the Spirit, because the Spirit intercedes for God’s people in accordance with the will of God (Romans 8:26-27). .Can you hear the psalmist groan when he writes these words: "Oh, how I love Your Law!"
When was the last time you poured out your heart with affection for the law of God? And this is why he loves the Law; God's Word is settled (vv. 89-91). For it states: Forever, O LORD, Your word is settled in heaven. Your faithfulness endures to all generations; You establish the earth, and it abides. They continue this day according to Your ordinances, for all are Your servants.
Lord, I come to you with a humble heart. Oh, how I love Your law. My heart is overwhelmed by Your grace and mercy. May Your word not depart from me. As the deer paints for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God. Thank you for interceding for me when I don't know what to pray for. For it is by the Holy Spirit himself who knows what we ought pray. And he who searches hearts knows the mind of the Spirit. Your word is forever settled in heaven and your faithfulness endures to all generations. Thank you for Jesus Christ my Lord and my Savior who has taken away the sins of the world. it is in Jesus precious name I pray, amen.