(the man who awes God) His soul shall abide in good. Psalm 25:13a Many things occur to make us uneasy, but there is enough in God’s grace to counterbalance them all and to make us easy. Matthew Henry, 1662-1714, was a Welsh-born, English nonconformist minister and Bible commentator

(the man who awes God) . his seed shall inherit the earth. Psalm 25:13b Do you realize that your walk with God could affect many future generations? How many of your descendants could be blessed because you agreed to be a link to a new cycle of faithfulness to God. Beth Moore, b.1957, Christian author and teacher, Breaking Free

The Lord confides in those who fear him; he makes his covenant known to them. Psalm 25:14 The enraptured soul sees truths which angels ponder with amazement. Henry Law, Exposition of Psalms, 1878

My eyes are ever toward the Lord, For He shall pluck my feet out of the net. Psalm 25:15
Only God is adequate for the situation. Only he can tell what dangers lay ahead. Only he has the wisdom and foresight to steer a course through all the various perils. Ray C. Stedman

Turn to me and be gracious to me, for I am lonely and afflicted. Psalm 25:16 Fling wide, then, the portals of your soul. He will come with that love which you long to feel; he will come with that joy into which you cannot work your poor depressed spirit; he will bring the peace which now you have not; he will come with his flagons of wine and sweet apples of love, and cheer you till you have no other sickness but that of "love o'erpowering, love divine. Charles Haddon Spurgeon, 1834-92