Over the past several years I have been seeking to perfect my recipe for grilled pizza. I have been a pizza lover ever since I can remember, and I’ve always enjoyed grilling food, too. So it seemed like a natural progression to put the pizza on the grill. It was an awful mess the first time, but it has improved as I’ve learned better dough recipes and how to form the pizzas. I delight in making and eating grilled pizza because it brings me great joy. There are lots of things that we delight in in life: relationships, entertainment, experiencing nature, etc. Psalm 37 tells us that we should delight in the Lord. The Hebrew word that gets translated as “delight” means to take pleasure and enjoyment in something, and it carries the implication that the thing is very desirable. In other words, we should find pleasure and enjoyment in the Lord because He is desirable. When we delight in Him, we begin to delight in His ways because we understand that His ways are for our best. As we understand His ways our hearts begin to desire them, and in His generosity, He gives us the desires of our hearts – which are His desires, too. It’s a progression: delighting in the Lord, delighting in His ways, desiring His ways, receiving our desires. But here’s the thing: delighting in the Lord is a choice we have to make. Our natural tendency is to delight in ourselves. The sacrifice of such a choice is a lack of lasting joy. In what will you delight?