<![CDATA[In our text, the Psalmist is praying for an undivided heart. Only when we have made complete surrender to God and our heart belongs to Him will we be able to faithfully serve Him. Notice the Psalmist says, "Teach me your way and I will walk in your truth." This is the desire of the writer. He desires to walk in the way of the lord, to know and live by God's truth. But in order to be able to do that, the Psalmist also knows that it will take more than head knowledge, it will take more than knowing God's truth, it will take a heart the is wholly devoted to God. Only when our reverence and worship is devoted exclusively to God will we be able to live out in our life, what we know in our mind we should be doing.]]>
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