I read Psalm 10 and wonder what it means to make more room for God in all my thoughts. The psalmist writes, “In his pride the wicked does not seek him; in all his thoughts there is no room for God.” Other translations indicate the main thought of the wicked person is simply, “There is no God.”
As someone always thinking, always analyzing, and always wondering about everything (I’m a walking existential crisis), I consider again what it means to make room for God in every thought and to proclaim in every situation that God is here. There is a God! He is here!
As I teach on worship and experiencing God in every moment, I ask people to note God’s power, provision, providence, and perspective in the regular activities of their day. It’s a way to put our hope in Him “all day long” (Psalm 25:5).
In all our thoughts, opinions, and words that we sling about today, I think about making more and more room for God and less and less space for my own flawed reasoning.