Psalm 32:1 ” Blessed is he whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered.”

The 32 Psalm is called a Penitential psalm, where the writer, David, acknowledges his willful and rebellious acts of rejecting God’s authority.  Within it David expresses his feelings of repentance and holy sorrow…asking God to forgive and remove his sin – and bless him.  It goes on to say in verse 2 of this Chapter, “Blessed is the man whose sin the Lord  does not count against him and in whose spirit is no deceit.”  We will be truly blessed of God when we come taking responsibility for our actions and asking for forgiveness.

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