Psalm 15 describes the character of the kind of person who lives with God. By grace, sinners like us have become the blameless people that David writes about: having been united to Christ, forgiven by God, and filled with the Holy Spirit, this Psalm describes us. Righteous behavior doesn’t save us, but it should characterize people whom God has saved. So as you prepare your heart to worship God, use this Psalm to prepare your soul for confession – ask God to forgive you where you have fallen short. But don’t stop there. Go on to use this Psalm to praise God for the solid foundation of holiness that He is working in your life.
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