Today’s Old Testament chronological reading is in Zephaniah 1 through 3.
The Psalms/ Proverbs reading is in Psalm 117.
The New Testament reading is in Hebrews 10.
Psalm 117 Hebrew root words.
Merciful kindness. Strong’s H2617, checed, a concrete noun meaning, “mercy;” from Strong’s H2616, chasad, a primitive root meaning, “to show oneself gracious.”
Great. Strong’s H1396, gabar, a primitive root meaning, “to prevail.”
Don’t you love that the Father’s mercy prevails over us as a mighty man too strong for us? All our resisting of it is in vain.
Truth. Strong’s H571, emeth, a concrete noun meaning, “truth” (as in, that which is firm or faithful), from Strong’s H539, aman, a primitive root meaning, “to believe.”
“Endures” is not in the Hebrew, but, “The truth of YHVH is forever.”
Forever. Strong’s H5769, olam, an abstract concept meaning, “eternal,” from Strong’s H5956, alam, a primitive root meaning, “to hide, to conceal.”
The Ancient Hebrew Lexicon puts it this way: Hidden, because it is beyond the bounds of time or space. It puts me in mind of:
But as it is written: “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, Nor have entered into the heart of man The things which God has prepared for those who love Him.” 1 Cor 2:9
Links to previous studies.
Zephaniah 1 through 3, Hebrew paragraph divisions, and the Day of the LORD, and its aftermath
Psalm 117, Reverse parallelism, and the two sisters, mercy and truth
Psalm 117, And the greatness of His merciful kindness
Hebrews 10, Chiastic structure, and the written Law, a shadow of Messiah