Psalm 119 is the longest book in the Bible and, quite fittingly, it’s all about the Word of God.
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR SHEPHERD GROUPS
- Do you generally find the Bible difficult to understand? If so, how do you approach studying the Scriptures in light of that?
- What does it look like for the world to hijack your intellect, then your morals, then your faith, then your life? How can pursuing God’s Word prevent that trajectory?
- What does it look like to hide God’s Word in our heart (Psalm 119:11)?
- In what ways is the Bible your “counselor” (Psalm 119:24)?
- Can you honestly say you “hate every wrong path” (Psalm 119:104)? If not, how can the Scripture help you?
- What does it mean that His Word is a light on our path (Psalm 119:105)? What is keeping you from stepping farther into the light?
- How do spending time in the Word, meditating on the Word, and memorizing the Word all contribute to spiritual growth? Which of those areas do you feel like you are doing well in? Which need more work?
- Spend time praying that the Lord would open your eyes, so that you might behold “wonderful things in Your law” (Psalm 119:18).