King David sinned with Bathsheba—and, to make matters worse, he hid his wrongdoing. His wounded conscience, though, was toppling under the weight of his misdeeds. Psalm 32 depicts the transformation within David as he moved from silence to acknowledgment and confession. As Alistair Begg points out, sometimes our own consciences may need to be wounded to be brought to wholeness so that, like David, we no longer try to hide from God. Instead, He becomes our hiding place.
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