For zeal for your house has consumed me (Psalm 69:9)
In this psalm, David cries out to God for deliverance from his enemies. David acknowledges his own sin (v5), but the persecution he is experiencing is due to representing God (v7). Despite the opposition he faced, David was passionate about the glory of God and the worship of God by His covenant people. This zeal for God drove him to endure suffering, even unjust ones.
Many years later, the Son of David would quote these words when he cleansed the temple by driving out sellers who turned the the temple from a house of prayer to a den of thieves. Jesus is passionate for the glory of God and the people of God. Paul would point to the church as the temple (Ephesians 2:19-22), whom Jesus is holding together as the cornerstone. So even while we are apart from physically gathering, Jesus is holding us together in Him. He is building His church, because the church is not a building but a covenant people. Let us continue to meet together (even virtually) that God would use each another to be passionate for His glory and zealous for His people.