Think about this. You can pick up a beautiful piece of art, set it on a table in front of you, and gaze at it. You will have “set it before” yourself. This Scripture tells us that you can set the Lord always before yourself too. Does this mean that you adjust His position, moving Him to a space right in front of you?
Obviously, this is a silly question. God does not move from His magnificent position. It’s we that move ourselves. If we were going to the left or to the right, we re-center ourselves on Him. If our gaze has been wandering, we check ourselves. We stop allowing it to wander. We adjust where we are pointing our attention, and we fix it on Him. As the NIV renders this verse, “I keep my eyes always on the Lord…”
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