The following passages are taken from Psalms 119:73, 33-40, 9-16 in the CJB version. This is the longest Psalm and it is divided by each letter of the Hebrew Alphabet. The two major sections are taken from Heh and Bet.
Give Me Understanding
Your hands made and formed me; give me understanding so I can learn your commands.
Teach me, Yahweh, the way of your laws; keeping them will be its own reward for me.
Give me understanding; then I will keep your Torah. I will observe it with all my heart.
Guide me on the path of your commands, for I take pleasure in it.
Bend my heart toward your instructions and not toward selfish gain.
Turn my eyes away from worthless things; with your ways, give me life.
Fulfill your promise, which you made to your servant, which you made to those who fear you.
Avert the disgrace which I dread, for your rulings are good.
See how I long for your precepts. In your righteousness, give me life!
May your grace come to me, Yahweh, your salvation, as you promised; then I will have an answer for those who taunt me; for I trust in your word.
Don’t take away completely my power to speak the truth; for I put my hope in your rulings; and I will keep your Torah always, forever and ever.
I will go wherever I like, for I have sought your precepts.
I will speak of your instructions, even to kings, without being ashamed.
I will delight myself in your commands, which I have loved.
I will lift my hands to your commands, which I love; and I will meditate on your laws.
How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to your word.
I seek you with all my heart; don’t let me stray from your commands.
I treasure your word in my heart, so that I won’t sin against you.
Blessed are you, Yahweh! Teach me your laws.
I proclaim with my mouth all the rulings you have spoken.
I rejoice in the way of your instruction more than in any kind of wealth.
I will meditate on your precepts and keep my eyes on your ways.
I will find my delight in your regulations. I will not forget your word.