I’m loving meditating on Psalm 105:3-34. We read this:
Glory in his holy name;
let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice.
Look to the Lord and his strength;
seek his face always.
You’ll also find these words in 1 Chronicles 16:8-22 as David’s instructions on how to worship the Lord before the ark of the covenant.
To “glory” in God’s holy name is to boast about Him; to “rejoice” is to be glad and joyful; to “seek” God and look to Him means we continually search the scriptures to know Him better, pray to Him, and ask Him for what need.
And we do this always, continually, all day long. In the ESV version, we read how we’re to “seek his presence continually.” Can you imagine a day where every moment you set your mind to enjoy the ever-present God? Can you imagine asking for His strength to meet every challenge today? Can you imagine doing this with a rejoicing heart who boasts in the greatest of God all day long?
What a great day that could be!