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Psalm 63

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David fleeing Saul either in or

Do you long for the Lord? 1/6-8

Do you long for the Lord? 1/6-8
God/Yahweh—David longs for fellowship with the Lord. Like longing for water while in the desert.
David has an appetite for God
Remember Isaac and game.
Do you know how Beautiful He is? 2-3/9-10
Soul—in Hebrew it represents the entire body. EVERYTHING about David longs for the Lord.
David either cannon sleep…or in the middle of the night he is meditating on the Lord.
Judges 7:19 CSB
Gideon and the hundred men who were with him went to the outpost of the camp at the beginning of the middle watch after the sentries had been stationed. They blew their trumpets and broke the pitchers that were in their hands.
3 Watches in the night—4 hours each. Micah. Ben. SB.
Instead of being haunted by nightmares, David reflects on past things that the Lord has done. JOURNAL.
Dwelling on God’s actions helps David swell up to sing. With the Lord there is fellowship and protection.
The Lord has promised to be close to his people but they must also be close to him. DS/HR
Deuteronomy 10:20 CSB
You are to fear the Lord your God and worship him. Remain faithful to him and take oaths in his name.
Deuteronomy 4:4 CSB
But you who have remained faithful to the Lord your God are all alive today.
Deuteronomy 11:22 CSB
For if you carefully observe every one of these commands I am giving you to follow—to love the Lord your God, walk in all his ways, and remain faithful to him—
Deuteronomy 13:4 CSB
You must follow the Lord your God and fear him. You must keep his commands and listen to him; you must worship him and remain faithful to him.
Deuteronomy 30:20 CSB
love the Lord your God, obey him, and remain faithful to him. For he is your life, and he will prolong your days as you live in the land the Lord swore to give to your fathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.”
David clings to the Lord. He sings while waiting on the Lord.
Benjamin clinging to me. At the Conner’s.

Do you know how Beautiful He is? 2-3/9-10

David describes something like . He has seen the Lord. In many ways David is a prophet. Acts confirms this.
David worships the Creator God. The King of the Earth who has covenanted with his people. He dwells with them.
Hesed—David knows the Lord and is persuaded He can save. Therefore David praises Him.
What do think is beautiful? What do you praise because it/they are there for you?
Do you trust that the Lord alone can save? 4-5/11
Opposite of beautiful is ugly. The opposite of the people of the living God is those who oppose him. They will not stand. They will be destroyed. The Lord is a Divine Warrior.

Do you trust that the Lord alone can save? 4-5/11

David commits to praising the Lord, even if he must endure hardships the rest of his life. Can we join him in that commitment or is there something else we are trying to compete with God?
David Praises God because he anticipates deliverance. Do you know what deliverance you have waiting for you?
David lifts his hands…Benjamin
David lifts his hands...
Marrow and Fat is what David is satisfied with…good eating, you are full and fueled.
Joy, Greatness, and Beneficial love of God.
Do you praise the Lord?
2 ways to live.
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