Artwork and typography of the Hebrew letter Daleth, and connected to the Project119 visual meditations on Psalm 119. A devotional response to the 8 verses which correspond with the letter Daleth:
Ps. 119:25 I lie prostrate in the dust; revive me, in keeping with your word.[This psalm reminds us that all the complications of our flesh and blood, and all the elements within us, are originally dust. Fearfully and wonderfully made…but just dust.
This psalm remind us that there is a season for being reminded that we are dust, and that the dust will receive us when we get there.
This psalm reminds us that day follows night, and life follows death, as the Scripture that tells us that by faith all that is was created and has its being and is created out of nothing by God’s Word.
This psalm reminds us of the nature of the Word: it revives.]
I told you of my ways, and you answered me;
teach me your laws.
Make me understand the way of your precepts,
and I will meditate on your wonders.