Psalms 63

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“I will praise you as long as I live, lifting up my hands to you in prayer” (Psalms 63:4 NLT).

September 19, 2019

DAVID’S SWEET PSALM OF PRAYER AND PRAISE David made a commitment to praise and pray to the Lord all the days of his life. The superscription of this psalm states that David was in the wilderness of Judah when he wrote it. Many scholars believe it was written during the time he was hiding from

“My soul shall be satisfied as with marrow and fatness, And my mouth shall praise You with joyful lips” (Psalm 63:5 NKJV).

March 20, 2017

David wrote of his strong desire to be “satisfied” and “joyful” in the Lord. He sought to bear the fruit of one who knew the “lovingkindness” (Psa. 63:3) of the Lord. The word “satisfied” speaks of contentment. David lifted his soul up to the Lord, determined to find a deep abiding contentment like one feels

“Because your steadfast love is better than life, my lips will praise you” (Psalm 63:3 ESV)

September 19, 2016

David wrote that God’s love for us is “better than life.” Not his love for God, but God’s love for him. Knowledge of God’s love brought praise to his lips. God’s love has been most clearly revealed in Jesus. For as the apostle John wrote, “This is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins” (1 John 4:10). God’s love as expressed in Jesus should be the motive for our worship.

Do You Thirst for God?

April 27, 2014 | Psalm 63 | discipleship

How are you doing spiritually? Do you know God personally? Have you received the forgiveness of your sins through the shed blood of Jesus Christ on the cross? Are you growing in your relationship with God through His Son? Are you growing in your thirst for the very presence of Christ in your life? In this opening sermon in our “Diagnosing Your Spiritual Health” series, Pastor Gary helps us diagnose our desire for spiritual satisfaction.

“O God, you are my God; I earnestly search for you. My soul thirsts for you” (Psalm 63:1)

September 19, 2012

No wonder God described David as a man after His own heart. Perhaps Augustine was meditating on this verse when he said, “Thou hast made us for Thyself, O God, and our hearts are restless until they find their rest in Thee.” Does your heart cry out for God like David’s did? Does your soul thirst for the living Lord?

“On my bed I remember you; I think of you through the watches of the night” (Psalm 63:6)

March 20, 2011

How David spent a sleepless night. Did his thoughts of God give him rest that dreams would not? There is a rest deeper than sleep found in Christ alone.