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Psalm 51 | Psalm of Cleansing
David, a man after God’s own heart, is pleading before God. He is praying a prayer of Cleansing, a prayer of Repentance. A prayer that would restore the joy of his salvation, a prayer that would restore his communion with God.
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David acknowlwledges his wrongs, he isn’t making excuses, he isn’t pointing fingers, he knows he is wrong, so he goes to settle the matter.
My favorite verse in the WHOLE BIBLE since I was a child, “Wash me and I will be white than snow.” Before I even understood those words, I would declare them, into the atmosphere.
I know I am sinful, and full of flaws. I know I am imperfect, but I am NOT here to make excuses, or hide behind my sin, I am here to acknowledge my wrong Lord!
David is transparent with God. He doesn’t hide, he doesn’t excuse his actions, he simply repents for his evil behaviour. We are to follow his example and pray this prayer
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