Psalm 24
By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

Exalted Father,
Your sovereignty and strength are worthy of praise and meditation.
Your holiness and mercy are worthy of whole-hearted adoration.
Your position is solid, secure, and unchanging; and this makes "my" position solid, secure, and unchanging.
Give me a mind intent and bent on Your unchangeable, unconditional love.
Give me a heart fixated on a desire for Your word.
Fill me with a supernatural passion and hunger to have "more" of You beating inside of me.
The more I'm in sync with You,
the more I will radiate You;
and the more powerfully You'll demonstrate Your power and glory through me to a dying world around me.
Unto You ... and to You,
I offer every weakness combined with my praise.
I love You Lord.
Today's Reading:
Psalm 24:1 ---> Psalm 24:4-5
"The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein."
Psalm 24:1
"Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord? Or who shall stand in His holy place? He that hath clean hands and a pure heart; who hath not lifted up his soul unto vanity nor sworn deceitfully. He shall receive the blessing from the Lord, and righteousness from the God of his salvation."
Psalm 24:3-4
Additional Threads:
Psalm 24:1 ---> Psalm 50 (Entirety!)
Psalm 24:3-4 ---> Psalm 51 (Entirety!)
What truths do you see?
Record three.
A thread of my own:
1) God owns it all and we own nothing.
We don't own our land, our homes, or even our souls.
We are subjects to and subjects of a higher Being.
The "whole" belongs to God and God alone.
When this order unfolds in a demonstrable way through our lives, incredible and supernatural things happen.
2) Those who ascend with God into His holy place are 100% dependent upon His truth and grace and nothing of their own. The "entitlements" of adoption secured tightly around the child of God predispose him to every certainty and promise of God, no man preventing.
3) The clean of heart will congregate together and rejoicing shall be heard in the camp.
The likes of Father Abraham, Jacob, and Joseph attending.
The company of Peter, John, and Paul ... and the woman at the well all securely dwelling.
Oh beautiful submission and sacred mystery.