David wants nothing more than to live in the glorious presence of God. All of his other desires can be summed up in his one great hope: to gaze upon the beauty of God, and never have to leave. O, that we too would be so caught up in the glory of worshiping God that we desire nothing more! If we look to our emotions, or our experience of worship, there have been many times when we couldn’t wait to leave church and get on to other things, so pray that the Spirit of God would reveal to our hearts through Jesus Christ a vision of God that makes everything else around us fade into insignificance.
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