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.
These words point to the reality that the Lord dwells in a designed place that is whole. As we still ourselves to know our place within this temple we come to a state of communion. Here we experience soundness and peace and glory and praise. Here we know ourselves as the light that we are as one.