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Psalm 119

The acrostic form and the use of Torah words constitute the framework for an elaborate prayer. The grounds for the prayer are established in the first two stanzas (alef and beth): the Torah is held up as a source of blessing and right conduct, and the psalmist pledges to dedicate himself to the law. It ends with an appeal to God to seek his servant who has strayed.

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