"Psalms of Ascent Series", Quiet Time Coaching: Episode 199, Psalm 130v4
This fear is not seen as being in any way negative by the Psalmist - or else he would not have written vv 5 & 6! The Psalmist wants the LORD - not just his forgiveness. He wants a right relationship with God, and that is his hope. When we remember that the real point is to have a relationship with God, and that becomes our desire, then confessing our sins is no real problem. Let’s remember 1 Jn 1:8-10.
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