Psalm 19:7–14

The instruction of the Lord is perfect,

renewing one’s life; e

the * testimony of the Lord is trustworthy,

making the inexperienced wise. f

The precepts of the Lord are right,

making the heart glad; g

the command of the Lord is radiant,

making the eyes light up. h

The * fear of the Lord is pure,

enduring forever; i

the ordinances of the Lord are reliable

and altogether righteous. j

10 They are more desirable than gold—

than an abundance of pure gold; k

and sweeter than honey,

which comes from the honeycomb. l

11 In addition, Your servant is warned by them;

there is great reward in keeping them. m

12 Who perceives his unintentional sins?

Cleanse me from my hidden faults. n

13 Moreover, keep Your servant from willful sins; o

do not let them rule over me. p

Then I will be innocent

and cleansed from blatant rebellion. q

14 May the words of my mouth

and the meditation of my heart

be acceptable to You, r

Lord, my rock and my Redeemer. s

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