When we fill ourselves with the words of the Psalms something can begin to ingrain in our hearts that lets our minds be directed by the spirit contained in the verses. As we are filled full it allows for something of the nature of an autopilot navigation whereby we are moved to act according to the spirit of the Psalms that we have come to love. Read and consider the verses and a course can be set for our lives. A compass can be set for the choices we make from our hearts and minds unified as one.
The words in the psalms are phrased as those who fear him. Another way of interpreting fear is to revere. As we revere the Lord the pleasure of the Lord is shared with us. This renews our world and restores our health and vitality. Remember to look up and change our ways rather than curse God when challenged. Let it not be said that we repented not and perished rather that we did make the necessary changes for everlasting life to be known now in this day.
Praise the Lord with your whole heart! With all your soul. This way nothing can be available for the evil ways of this world. Give it all and you will have it all of peace and fulfillment.
Close the worldly door gleaming
Paradise at Hand!
The wisdom that is from above is first pure then peaceable, gentle and easy to be intreated full of mercy and good fruits without partiality and without hypocrisy.
When challenged our faith may be tested or even may be seemingly non existent. It is important to daily meditate on things you know to be true the things of God to have the essential faith required. When challenged it is good to be prepared with such oil in our lamps. Daily spending time in consideration of the things of God will provide that oil and keep you in the way of growing in grace and stature.
As we give thanks and praise we are uplifted into a place that brings joy! It is good to turn in this direction when we are feeling great and if we are feeling challenged. Seeing everything as an opportunity to give praise is a key to living in abundance.