One particular passage from the oh-so powerful praiseworthy Psalm 19, is worthy of further deep diving and study, rather than reading it and going on to the next thing. In fact, it is so inspiring as to be transformational in the best way possible!
Verse 7 (CSB) reads as follows:
The instruction of the Lord is perfect, renewing one’s life; the testimony of the Lord is trustworthy, making the inexperienced wise.
The instruction of the Lord, as found in the Scriptures! In 2 Timothy 3:16 we know that The Word of the Lord is/was “breathed” into the authors of the Bible by God and is profitable for teaching (instruction); reproof (discipline); for correction (righting the path we were on) and for training in righteousness (just a closer walk with Thee, Oh Lord). It is perfect. There is nothing that should be added or taken away.
Because of its divine origins, we know there is no error in it.
Because it is from the Mind and great big Heart of the Ancient of Days, we can trust it.
Because it is from the Creator of the Universe, Whose intricate designs are flawless, seamless and nothing less than perfection, we can trust His Mighty Hand.
All of this revives the Soul! It refreshes us as we awake to a new day. It fuels us to make it through not just that particular day, but for the rest of our days. There is so much to be grateful here in that our Heavenly Father loves us so much that He poured out His Spirit into the most magnificent document ever written. It stands for all peoples of any age, until the End of the Age, when all will be revealed.
In light of all of this, and the Purity, Perfection and all-powerful Presence of the Lord, His testimony can be depended on. If He says it, it settles the matter. If He speaks it, we believe it. If He promises it, it will happens.
When His prophets speak, their warnings materialize at the appointed time. When His Spirit moves, He saves and rescues.
Therefore, He takes coal like us, and makes diamonds. He takes simpletons like us, and makes His complex creation simple. He rescues us from the folly of our disastrous ways, and bring us to the Knowledge of the uminaginable – the Knowledge of the Holy. He guides us out from the domain of darkness, into the Kingdom of His Marvelous Light!
Oh, what love is this?!
Oh, what incredible mercy and compassion!
Oh, what a mighty God He is.
Hallelujah, what a Savior, His mercies endureth forever.
Christian Standard Bible (CSB)