Summary: Jonathan Edwards wrote “God is glorified not only by His glory’s being seen, but by it being rejoiced in. When those that see it delight in it, God is more glorified than if they only see it…” The question before you is "Do you truly delight in God?"
Delighting in God
and He shall give you the desires of your heart."
Have you ever asked yourself - "Why was I created? What is the purpose of life?" In 1 Peter 4:11 (quickview)  we read. "That God in all things may be glorified." The chief end of man is to glorify God, and to enjoy him forever. Jonathan Edwards (1703-58) wrote “God is glorified not only by His glory’s being seen, but by it being rejoiced in. When those that see it delight in it, God is more glorified than if they only see it…” To delight in something or someone means to take pleasure or find enjoyment in it. Webster's 1828 dictionary says "delight is a more permanent pleasure than joy, and not dependent on sudden excitement." The question before you is "Do you delight in God and the things of God?"
I. Four things of God in which we should delight
A. Delight in God's Word
3. Psalm 1:1-3 (quickview)  " Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stands in the path of sinners, nor sits in the seat of the scornful; but his delight is in the law of the LORD, and in His law he meditates day and night. He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth its fruit in its season, whose leaf also shall not wither; and whatever he does shall prosper."
4. To experience true happiness - to be blessed of God - we need to "delight" in the law of the Lord. God does not say here that you will be blessed if you appreciate His Word, nor if you merely respect it. We are to delight in it. - copied
5. Jeremiah 15:16 (quickview)  " Your words were found, and I ate them, and Your word was to me the joy and rejoicing (delight) of my heart; for I am called by Your name, O LORD God of hosts."
B. Delight in God's Presence
2. A clergyman, who could only compose his en absolutely alone and undisturbed, one day left his door unlocked, and his little three-year-old child softly opened the door and came in. He was disturbed, and a little impatiently asked, "My child, what do you want?" "Nothing, papa." "Then what do you come in here for?" "Just because I wanted to be with you," was the reply. To come into God's presence and wait before Him, wanting nothing but to be with Him — How that ought to be our heart's delight.
C. Delight in God's Will
2. Obedience is the ecstasy of perfect love. - copied
3. We should always do God's will, even when we don't take delight in doing. Quite often, while doing His will God will change the painful task into pleasure, that which was reluctantly started becomes a joy! Whether or not it becomes delightful does not matter. Is it God's will? Then his will I must do. Satisfaction comes when God’s will is more important than our wants. - adapted from Our Daily Bread 1/27/2008