Every day it is good that we learn to do God’s will, because when we do His will, our life changes, it is a way to learn more about God and accept what God wants with us.
Teach me to do your will,
for you are my God;
may your good Spirit
lead me on level ground.
Here we see one of the supplications of the Psalmist David, asking God to teach him to do His will, implying that the will of God was good in his life, doing the will of God is something that not everyone has proposed.
Many people ask God for their needs, but they do it in an incorrect way, such as ordering God to fulfill their requests. We can not forget that God gives when He wants, in His time, not in our time.
For your name’s sake, Lord, preserve my life;
in your righteousness, bring me out of trouble.
It is good that we understand that if we learn to do His will and wait in His time, the Lord will fulfill our requests, but something we must keep in mind is that God does not receive orders, He is sovereign and is above us.
Sometimes we hear people asking the Lord with demands, thinking that God is going to do it because they say it, but it is not so. God likes submissive people and that they expect His will to be done.
In your unfailing love, silence my enemies;
destroy all my foes,
for I am your servant.
The Psalmist David asked God, but he also knew how to wait in Him, remember that God knows what time He should act, that is why God defeated those who persecuted the psalmist, defeated his adversaries, and it was because David knew how to wait for the will of God in Him.