Read Psalm 51:10-12
King Davis was bold. He was bold in his obedience, and, unfortunately, he was equally bold in his sin. But, praise God, his boldness in true repentance is recorded in Psalm 51.
After being confronted about his sin with Bathsheba (a rather bold sin in my book, though all sin is equal in God's sight), David repented and made a rather bold request of Almighty God.
Davis knew God as his Lord. David had seen God work in his life as a child, as a young man, and as a maturing adult and leader of His people over and over and over. David knew God, so he boldly confessed his sin, and then boldly asked God to do things that only God can do in our hearts ... create, renew, keep, seal, restore, and grant.
Our children's choir will soon present their Spring program. I encourage you to attend and be blessed by the children boldly declaring David's praise and requests of God Almighty. May God restore the joy of His salvation and grant us willing hearts!
One great way to weave worship into our daily lives is to fill it with music that helps focus our hearts on our great God. Here is a Spotify playlist that has all the songs our worship team has led us through in the last month’s Sunday evening services to get you started. http://bit.ly/GBCPMThisMonth It’s updated weekly, so “follow” it to keep fresh worship music in your life.