Memorize the Psalms
Psalm 119 Ghimel stanza 4
Though princes sit plotting against me
I ponder on your rulings.
Your will is my delight;
your statutes are my counselors.
Though: If these are those, is this a though?
Princes: These princes look saintly.
Sit: Sit a while and rest.
Plotting: Garden plotting is the only kind I like.
Against: He is leaning against this fence.
Me: Do you like me?
I: If you can’t tell what this is, it’s an eye.
Ponder: This pond is a great place to ponder.
On: He is on the table.
Your: The simple way to represent your is to draw a puff cloud ewe and put an r next to her. But don’t think of the word ewer.
Rulings: What type of rulings do you expect from this ruler?
Your: Do you ever think of the word ewer?
Will: This is a legal document called a will. Can you read what it says? Don’t worry if you can’t. Most of us can’t read legal documents.
Is: For “is”, I like to use an equals sign because in the statement 2+2=4, you could say 2+2 is 4.
My: Here I am with my book.
Delight: D light is a delight.
Your: Remember, it’s not ewer!
Statutes: The statutes say that we can have many statues.
Are: I really like this letter!
My: By now, you probably are wondering what my book is.
Counselors: I don’t know if you could bear to go to this counselor.
Here is the fourth stanza of Psalm 119 Ghimel: