I love this verse especially in considering what it takes for our soul to be at ease. Ease where we find an enjoyment in the moments we have. Ease where we can allow things to pend while taking care of what needs taking care of in the immediate moment.
It is good to consider fear as reverence for the Lord and to know the consequent peace that comes along with positioning our consciousness in such a way.
Consider this verse in a quiet moment and open up to the wonderful ease that it brings.
As we remember to lift up our heads always we know ourselves as gates for the Kingdom of Heaven to come into this world through us. Let’s so live moment by moment.
This is the concluding statement of the 23rd Psalm. It really is our greatest love to dwell in the house of the LORD forever as in heaven and while in the earth. As we remember and choose to do so “surely goodness and mercy shall follow us all the days of our life.” Let’s let our expression extend the house of the LORD for all to know the joy and wonder of living in and of this place.
When we are having a challenge bringing to heart these words, “He restoreth my soul,” allows for our mind to choose a healthy course of action. It is important to note to bring the words to heart. To feel them not just to think about them. Let them fill your heart where you have an feeling orientation to the words. Here we can more rest in them. Let’s consider these words in the love of our heart allowing our mind to be enlightened.