How to get whatever you want!
Oooo. That sounds awesome doesn't it? Unfortunately, many people view God as kind of a Genie in a Lamp. You don't need to bother Him when things are going well. Then when things go wrong, or maybe just when you want something nice that you don't have, you rub the lamp, out pops the genie and you get to make a wish!
Do not envy those who do wrong v.1
Trust in the LORD v.3
Do what is good v.3
Take delight in the LORD v.4
Commit your way to the LORD v.5
Trust in Him v.5
Be silent before the LORD v.7
Wait expectantly v.7
Turn from evil and do what is good v.27
Wait for the LORD and keep His way v.34
Have you ever watched a groom as the wedding was beginning. He comes out of the side door and stands there at the foot of the altar waiting for his bride. He looks a little nervous - maybe like he's going to be sick. He looking intently at the back door of the sanctuary. There might be a little drop of sweat on his brow. His complexion is a little pale.
So anyway... all of that to give an example of someone delighting in someone. If I truly delight in the Lord then my desires will be His desires. I'll pray "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven." The things I will ask for will be the things that God wants to see happen. My delight won't be in the things I may receive or even in the answer to my prayers. My delight will be in the Giver - not the gift.
Then God isn't a genie in a lamp - He is the One I delight in. I want to be with Him. I will be able to say with the psalmist "The little that the righteous man has is better than the abundance of many wicked people" (v.16) because being a righteous man - having a relationship with God - is far greater than the riches of the world.
God promises: the desires of our heart v. 4, for our steps to be established v.23, He will not abandon His faithful ones v.28, the righteous utter wisdom and speak justly v.30, and more. Read through this Psalm again and see how God blesses. But delight in HIM, not His blessings.