David was a man who knew he was in covenant with God, at the same time as a man who was quite often troubled.
He made mistakes (as we all do) however he was sure that whatever he had done he was still in relationship with the Lord.
In times of trouble he turned to the Lord, even when he had made mistakes.
He did not hide himself from the Lord thinking he was unworthy.
He encouraged himself in the Lord his God during the darkest days (1 Samuel 30 v 6).
He wrote about the Lord being his rock, his fortress and his deliverer (among other things) (Psalm 18 v 2).
He wrote about calling upon the name of the Lord for his salvation (Psalm 18 v 3).
My friends, we are no different from David this morning.
We have all made mistakes, we have all done things unworthy in comparison to the Lord, however God will not turn away from you.
He is there waiting for you to call upon His name.
He can, and will be your salvation this morning if you let Him.
Turn your eyes upon the Lord this morning and seek His help, guidance and council, and you will not be disappointed.
Do not think yourself unworthy, not matter what you have done or are doing.
The finished work of Jesus Christ was far more powerful that any of your sin and the way is now always open for you to boldly approach the Lord and enter into His presence.
Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that you are my rock, my fortress and my deliverer”.
Psalm 18 v 3…..I will call upon the Lord, who is worthy to be praised: so shall I be saved from mine enemies