• Debbie Howell

Making God the Utmost Delight and Pleasure of My Life...

I'm going through a season right now of change. A lot of change. Too many decisions to make and I really need God to come through for me with His wisdom and guidance. I've been holding on in faith for a long time but yesterday I found myself in the middle of a "prayer fit" before God. In his great love and faithfulness he answered me through a dear friend of mine. She was spending time with God in his Word and was so moved by Psalm 37 that she decided to text me about it. I'm so glad that she did because it addressed so many areas where I was feeling impatient and forgotten. Through these words God spoke to my heart and grew my faith.

"Keep trusting in the Lord and do what is right in his eyes. Fix your heart on the promises of God and you will be secure, feasting on his faithfulness. Make God the utmost delight and pleasure of your life, and he will provide for you what you desire the most. Give God the right to direct your life and as you trust him along the way you'll find he pulled it off perfectly!... Quiet your heart in his presence and pray; keep hope alive as you long for God to come through for you... the humble of heart will inherit every promise and enjoy abundant peace... So don't be impatient for the Lord to act; keep moving forward steadily in his ways, and he will exalt you at the right time. And when he does, yo will possess every promise, including your full inheritance." (Psalm 37 TPT)

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