In Psalm 25, David offers his soul up to God, and asks God for two things: he wants God to instruct him in righteousness, and he wants mercy for where he has failed to live righteously. Because God is good and upright, David trusts in His friendship. A true friend points to righteousness, and away from sin, and this is exactly what David knows God will do for him when he humbly lifts his soul up to God. So as you come to worship today, offer up your soul to God, and listen closely to the voice of God as He makes His covenant known, and enjoy the friendship of God.
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