Yeshua taught ‘Biblical Judaism.’ He did not remove or destroy the Torah and Prophets, the Words of His Father. He came to live them out the way they were meant to be lived out: with love for Adonai and love for his neighbor. His ‘yoke,’ the ‘yoke’ of his Father is light and easy (Matthew 28:11-30). John, his disciple, understood his teachings and wrote that the “Torah is not burdensome” (1 John 5:3).
Psalm 119 is about loving God’s Torah, His statutes, commands and precepts. It is broken up into sections with strange looking words or letters which are the Hebrew alphabet. In the Hebrew Scriptures, each line of each section starts with a word beginning with this letter. This is called an acrostic poem. Each Hebrew letter also has a word picture associated with it giving greater meaning and symbolism to each line of the specific letter-ed section.