Blessed is the man to whom the LORD does not impute iniquity. . .(Psalm 32:1b-2)
The word “iniquity” means that there is something twisted in us that needs to be straightened out by the grace of God. There is something bent that needs to be unbent. There is something crooked that needs to be straightened. David’s words suggest that he was looking into the face of his own human portrait, and it was hanging out of balance. He needed someone tall enough to reach it and straighten it out. We all need that; we need Someone greater than we are.


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