Tasting God. taste is the most intimate of all the senses . Other senses ( hearing, seeing, smelling) can be done from a distance. There is something like air that separates the object and the sensory organ. It is only in tasting that cannot be done from a distance. Only at closest God can be tasted to be “good”. There is an inner relish.The point is more amplified if you think about this Psalm which is set to music. Even “hearing” this Psalm is not enough. Food trumps music.
Our tongues should speak of His righteousness and of His praise all day long (v. 28), for the Lord is a Mighty Avenger who will rescue us from destruction (v. 17). –
“O Lord, you have seen this; be not silent. Do not be far from me, O Lord.” ~ Psalm 35:22. God always answers our prayers. Sometimes it might not be the answers we want, but it’s always the correct one. –
Psalm 35 -(v24) Vindicate me in your righteousness, LORD my God. (என் தேவனாகிய கர்த்தாவே உம்முடைய நீதியின்படி என்னை நியாயம் விசாரியும்)
-We will be judged according to His righteousness, NOT by our works.
-We will become righteous or in other word He makes us righteous when we believe in Him that He is the Son of God and He cleansed our sins by His blood.
Psalm 35: “Great is the Lord, who delights in the welfare of his servant” (v. 27).
10 …உமக்கொப்பானவர் யார் கர்த்தாவே, என்று என் எலும்புகளெல்லாம் சொல்லும்- I enjoyed reading this! David’s expressed is complete. It is extremely difficult to find a better expression!