It’s easy to see why David was known as, “a man after God’s heart.” This psalm is a written demonstration of how David sought the Lord. The one thing that David wants is to live in the Lord’s house – all the days of his life. David, the King, looks to God as his King and he knows through experience that working in synch with God’s Lordship always works out better than when he acts in his own self-interest.
I know from experience, too, that the days when I pursue the Lord are always richer than the days I am distracted and pushing myself in another direction. It’s not always easy for me to turn and get back in rhythm with God. Thankfully, He knows how to get my attention. When I do manage to change my focus back to God and pursue His direction, He has always been there waiting for me.
My heart has heard you say, “Come and talk with me.” And my heart responds, “Lord, I am coming.”
See you tomorrow for Psalm 28