The desire and yearning for the word of God is the believer's delight and Bible doctrine counsels them in time of pressure...not people, but doctrine.
This driving desire and yearning which we call positive volition toward doctrine also causes the believer to stay occupied with the Word of God in time of disaster.
PSA 119:47 And I shall delight in Your commandments, which I love.
This driving desire and craving for Bible class causes the believer to meditate on the Word of God and not on the pressures of life, PSA 119:97.
PSA 119:97 O how I love Thy law! It is my meditation all the day.
PSA 119:103 How sweet are Thy words to my taste! yes, sweeter than honey to my mouth!
When you have positive volition toward doctrine and for whatever reason you have been away from it for a while, evidence of positive volition toward doctrine is illustrated by your attitude toward it when you first hear it again.
JER 15:16 Thy words were found and I ate them, and Thy words became for me a joy and the delight of my heart;
Positive volition toward doctrine and that craving and desire for truth also is the basis for giving the believer spiritual energy in time of pressure, PSA 119:159.
Positive volition toward doctrine is also revealed and illustrated by your attitude toward the place where Bible doctrine is taught.
PSA 84:2 My soul longed and even yearned for the courts of the Lord; my heart and my flesh sing for joy to the living God.
JER 20:9 But if I say, "I will not remember Him or speak anymore in His name," then in my heart it becomes like a burning fire shut up in my bones; and I am weary of holding it in, and I cannot endure it.
Positive volition toward doctrine is also evident by the inner thirst and longing for the teaching of the word of God.
PSA 42:1 As the deer longs for the water brooks, so my soul longs for Thee, O God.
PSA 42:2 My soul thirsts for God, for the living God; when shall I come and appear before God?