|First Line:||Your law, O Lord, is perfect|
|Title:||Your Law, O Lord, Is Perfect (Psalm 19)|
|Author:||Keith Landis (1987)|
|Topic:||God's Covenant with Israel; The Word|
|Copyright:||© 1994 Selah Publishing Co., Inc.|
|Name:||CHRISTUS, DER IST MEIN LEBEN|
|Composer:||Melchior Vulpius (1609)|
Celebrating God’s law in this paraphrase of the second half of Psalm 19 may seem odd if “law” is thought of simply as a list of things not to do. But in Jewish understanding, the law is seen as a gift, because it provides the signposts that show how to live as the people of God.