In Psalm 63:1, King David acknowledges that the true and living God is his God, and he sought the Lord early each morning because his soul was thirsty, and his flesh longed for God.
Now usually our flesh and soul have different appetites, but here we see that King David's soul and body were totally consumed with a desire to be in the presence of God.
Is this also our desire?
Does our soul thirst for the Lord?
Does our flesh long to be under the power and subjection of the Lord?
King David gives us a great example of what our thirsts and longings should reflect, and this verse should stir us up to such a degree that we will desire to have those same thirsts and longings for the Lord in our own lives.
"Have My Heart" by Maverick City