Who do you go to with The Big Questions? Nothing like having someone you can trust and who has the answer, God right, could it possibly be that simple? In Psalms 119 in the Mem section there is a clue in Hebrew you won’t see in English. The Word that starts the Meme section verse 97 starts with is an interrogative pronoun. That’s grammar speak for the Big Questions. The Mem itself expressed is the way it is spelled MEM – HEY – meaning the Mem expressed is the answer to those questions: How?, Why?, What?, When?, Where? – So who? is the mem you ask, great question and He is also the answer, Jesus. He is the word after all, but the mem is especially Him, you can hear it in His name Messiah – hear the mem, or water in Hebrew Myim, He is the living water, hear the mem.

Yes, the person to go to with the Big Questions is, Jesus, but how? Don’t you love these interrogative pronouns. He is the way to the Father. Today’s show we will share when Jesus gave some Big Answers. By the way the seventh verse in the Mem section of the Psalm, verse 103 also starts with that interrogative pronoun, both verses share where all the Big questions are answered – just sayin..

O how love I thy law! it is my meditation all the day.

Psalms 119:97

How sweet are thy words unto my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth!

Psalms 119:103