This post has held first place for most-viewed in my stats ever since I first put it up four years ago. I hope it will be a blessing to you.
(First posted four years ago, this post consistently remains at the top of my “most-viewed” posts in my daily stats. Dusting it off for you, hoping it will be a blessing to you if you’ve already read it, or if this is the first time you’ve seen it.)
David’s story is one of the most dramatic in the Bible. He didn’t have an easy life, and he often made terrible decisions. Still he is named “a man after God’s own heart” (Acts 13:22).He earned that title because he always repented of his sin with great remorse; he always begged God to cleanse him and restore him to His favor (Psalm 139: 23-24).
There are many times in the Psalms that David wrote in which he declares his great sorrow. In Psalm 6:6, David says he is weary with his groaning; that all night his bed is swimming in tears…
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