How I love your law!
It is my meditation all day long.
Your commandment makes me wiser than my enemies.
It is always with me.
I have more understanding than all my teachers.
Your decrees are my meditation.
I understand more than the aged.
I keep your precepts.
I hold back my feet from every evil way,
In order to keep your word.
I do not turn aside from your ordinances.
You have taught me.
How sweet are your words to my taste!
Sweeter than honey to my mouth!
Through your precepts I get understanding.
Therefore I hate every false way.”
This psalmist spoke about the sweet law. He loved the law as he meditated on it all day long. The commandments of Yahweh made him wiser than his enemies. The law was always with him. In fact, he had more understanding than his teachers because he meditated on the law. He understood more than the old folks because he kept those precepts. He stayed away from evil ways so that he could keep the law of Yahweh. He never turned away from the ordinances of Yahweh. The law was sweeter than honey, a famous phrase. He understood things because of Yahweh’s precepts. He hated all false ways. Thus this section on the thirteenth consonant letter of the Hebrew alphabet, Mem, came to an end.