The faith ideas and ideals expressed in the opening trilogy of these verses lead to life-saving delight, the songful King found only in Torah. By drawing on a range of sacred sources, the unique contribution Torah makes to life is brought to light. Stirring Midrashic metaphors demonstrate how the saving grace isn’t uniquely Davidic; and actually stretches across the vast strata of Jewish history. Finally, both homiletic and mystical teachings provide the necessary contradistinction between delight in Torah specifically, rather than Yiddishkeit in general. (Psalm 119, verse 92)

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