The 85th Psalm contains this precious prayer, Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee? The Psalmist has asked God to turn us (v. 4), to shew us thy mercy (v. 7) and to grant us thy salvation (v. 7). While he awaits the revival for which he prays, he determines what he will do. Beginning with the words I will (v. 8), he declares that he will hear what God the Lord will speak (v. 8). He will fear him (v.9) by obedience to God's word. He will agree with the Lord regarding mercy, truth, righteousness and peace (vv. 10-11). He will give thanks by acknowledging that God shall give that which is good (v. 12). Finally, he will follow God in the way of his steps (v. 13). Waiting on revival? Follow the Psamist's pattern.