Psalm 34:8 Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good!
Blessed is the man who takes refuge in him!
The psalmist gives praise to God. He focuses on the faithfulness of God and gives example of how the Lord comes through. David, the writer of psalm 34, is not content to simply recall the faithfulness of God but he allows it to bring forth worship. Ultimately God demands response and worship.
In verse 8 the call is to taste and to see the goodness of the Lord. I can’t live a life of worship unless I am spending time with God. I have to “taste” and to “see.” Do I allow myself time to savor and gaze upon the goodness of God? Today, I want to be reminded of His goodness and let that be the springboard for my worship.
God thank You for your goodness, your faithfulness, and that you are all I need. I praise you and worship You knowing that You are worthy.