I considered my ways And turned my feet to Your testimonies. Psalm 119:59 A turn involves two things: a turning from something and a turning toward something. William Barclay, 1907-78, Church of Scotland minister, Professor of Divinity, author

I hastened and did not delay To keep Your commandments. Psalm 119:60 Be expedient to fix and detain the motion of the Spirit now striving in your heart, for it may be the moment of present advantage for victory over difficulties hitherto found insuperable. Charles Bridges, 1794-1869, preacher, theologian Church of England

I am a companion of all those who fear You, And of those who keep Your precepts. Psalm 119:63 O God, give to all those who seek Thee a new understanding of their oneness, that forgetting what divides, they may so explore what unites. Sid G. Hedges, 1897-1974, British author of youth and activity books

Teach me good discernment and knowledge, For I believe in Your commandments. Psalm 119:66 The Holy Spirit enlightens and strengthens our faculties, that we can discern and admire what is there already; by removing the mists of carnal prejudice, by taking away the scales of pride and self-sufficiency, and by rectifying the will, which causes the judgment to look at truth through a distorted medium. Henry Melvill, 1798-1871, clergyman Church of England, Canon St Paul's Cathedral

Before I was afflicted I went astray, But now I keep Your word. Psalm 119:67
It is only as we have been through the darkness with Him, that what we know with our heads slides down into our hearts. Verdell Davis, 20th century Christian author