Charles Bridges, Exposition of Psalm CXIX, 90.

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But we must not be content with walking in this way; we must seek to “delight in it.” Delight is the marrow of religion. “God loveth a cheerful giver,” and accepts obedience only when it is given, not when it is forced. He loves the service of that man, who considers it his highest privilege and plea sure to render it, and whose heart rejoices in the way.

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