Psalm 63:11 “But the king shall rejoice in God; everyone who swears by Him shall glory; but the mouths of those who speak lies shall be stopped.”
Leader, I bless you with the same joy King David felt when he wrote this Psalm – a joy that flies in the face of your circumstances, a joy devoid of anything superficial, a joy that causes your natural and spiritual enemies to recoil because it is so utterly (and literally) out of this world. Like David, I bless you with being thirsty for more of God, not only for what He can give because He is a generous Father who delights in giving good things to those who acknowledge Him, but more of His character, more of His glory. I bless you with the capacity to be able to carry such weight. As you spend time with Him, not to do anything but just to be with Him, I bless you with what David experienced: a soul that is satisfied as with marrow and fatness (abundance), protection in the shadow of His wings, being upheld by His right hand, removal of enemies. I bless you with having a Psalm 63 day!