Friday, October 21, 2016

I will delight myself in thy statutes...

...I will not forget thy word.

Verse "gi-eeh" (just like the name "Guy" in French).

Right hand: little finger alone pulled in (and use the palm of your hand to hold it down - I certainly need to!)

Guess what! I love you AND miss you, AND pray God will let me find favour with YOU! (I trust "ye" know who "you" are!)


Tuesday, October 18, 2016

I will meditate in thy precepts...

...and have respect unto thy ways.

Verse "eff", or "f" dtg

All digits in on the right hand, with only the "pinky" or "little finger" sticking up.

P.S. I love you!


Friday, October 14, 2016

I have rejoiced in the way of thy testimonies... much as in all riches.

Verse "e"



Tuesday, October 11, 2016

With my lips...

...have I declared all the judgments of thy mouth.

Pull in the right thumb over top of the already down right middle finger and ring fingers.

"dee", or "d" in dtg
= "thirteen" or "13" in decimal, or Base Ten



Friday, October 7, 2016

Blessed art thou O LORD, or Jehovah -

...teach me thy statutes.

Keep the right ring finger in, let the right thumb and index fingers go, and pull in the middle finger. That would make verse:

twelve, or "12" in decimal, or

"see". or "c" in duotrigesimal, or Base Thirty Two.

My brother liked to use an expression, which comes to mind right now: "c... 'sen-IOR""! :)



Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Thy word have I hid in mine heart...

...that I might not sin against thee.

Pull in your right thumb on top of your already down index finger to get verse:

"eleven", or "11" in decimal or,

"bee", or "b" in duotrigesimal, or Base Thirty Two


Tuesday, October 4, 2016

With my whole heart have I sought thee...

...O, let me not wander from thy commandments.

Okay: now we let that right thumb go, PULL DOWN THE MIDDLE FINGER OVER TOP OF OUR THUMB MUSCLE SO IT ISN'T STICKING UP, and pull in the index finger so that, along with the ring finger, it is "tucked in" UNDERNEATH the thumb muscle.

Eight plus two equals verse ten.

In decimal, that would be "10", and in duotrigesimal that would be (think visiting the dentist, open your mouth wide, and say...) "ah...", or "a dtg". The dtg stands for duotrigesimal, or Base Thirty Two.

I love you!