A key idea in this stanza of Psalm 119 is that God's Word is wonderful.
In stanza 16 of Psalm 119 the writer is facing some type of oppression from evil people.
This stanza of Psalm 119 begins with a declaration of devotion to God and His Word.
Verse 105 is perhaps the best-known verse of Psalm 119.
The theme of this stanza of Psalm 119 is love for God's Word with emphasis on how it has benefitted the life of the psalm writer.
This stanza of Psalm 119 is focused on the enduring faithfulness of God's Word.
One commentator describes this stanza as the lowest point in all of Psalm 119 as it is the most focused on suffering.
In this stanza of Psalm 119, the writer is reflecting on some affliction or time of suffering.
A key idea in this stanza of Psalm 119 is that affliction can serve a good purpose when it results in a turning to and learning from God's Word.
There is a focus on the Lord himself in this stanza of Psalm 119.
Psalm 118 is the sixth, final, and longest of the Hallel Psalms.
The lesson of this psalm is that it is God who gives us victory over our enemies.
Psalm 115 is the third of the Hallel Psalms. It begins with a commitment to give glory to God.
An important theme in this stanza of Psalm 119 is love.
The emphasis in this stanza of Psalm 119 is getting comfort from God's Word during times of suffering or affliction.