Pslam 63- The Hunger and Thirst for Victory

I pray that God has renewed a passion for the supremacy of Christ through our week of prayer and fasting. I truly believe that God inclines his ear to those who humbly seek his face. I desire that every man, women, and child at Victory will taste the goodness of our God and begin to crave it. 2 Corinthians 3:17, ” Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.” I pray that we will all experience the presence of the Lord and live in the freedom that he ushers in. I believe that if we want God to move and work in us then we must be willing to seek his face. We must pursue the presence of the Lord. In Psalm 63 David found himself in the wilderness of Judah facing trials and tribulations. Yet in these moments of darkness David discovered an endless resource of Joy, hope and peace. David found himself feasting on the glory of God. It was so overwhelming that he was able to wright this beautiful Psalm. I pray that in our darkest moments we will be able to say that the Lord is good and not merely hang on to hope but to feast off it.