Because God provides ultimate reward, you should seek Him early (Ps. 62:12-63:1). The contrast between one's dry and thirsty soul and seeing God's power and glory should lead to great anticipation and desire to spend time with Him. Knowing that God's lovingkindness is better than life leads to praise of His beautiful name (Ps. 63:1-5).
People are either addicted to this world or God. It may be alcohol, drugs, pornography, etc. or socially acceptable things like success, money and prestige. Being addicted to God means you constantly meditate on Him and remember His help throughout the day and night. Nothing else matters but Him (Ps. 63:6-8).
God humbles and defeats your enemies by stopping lies against you. He exalts and delivers His worshipers so they glory in Him (Ps. 63:9-11).
However, the battle isn't over. Any ground gained in your relationship with God will be contested. Fear, dread and terror will come in like a flood. People plot behind your back to hurt you. They slander, lie, and devise elaborate plots secretly to make you look bad. Since humans have evil hearts, don't be surprised about injustice (Ps. 64:1-6).
Take heart! God shoots your enemies with an arrow as you put on His armor through prayer and wield the sword of the Spirit (God's word) (Eph. 6:10-18). Gladness and glory come from God. Take refuge in Him (Ps. 64:7-10).
Are you dry and thirsty or full of God's power and glory?
Are you addicted to things of this life or to God and His word?
Do you take refuge in the world or in God?