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Hear me when I call, O God of my righteousness (צִדְקִ֗י)! (Psalm 4:1 NKJV) The question: In other words, how could David look at the Torah and conclude that God had conferred righteousness (צִדְקִ֗י) on him? Under the Law given through Moses, it is impossible for David to make this statement: knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the ...


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Many of the Psalms are written by David in the first person. He meditates on the Torah, which involves personalizing its teachings, and then creates songs that celebrate the truths in his own life. The reason that David could say of Yehovah that God was his righteousness has at least three bases: Yom Kippur God's merciful disposition David's prevailing ...



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