Following his adulterous affair with Bathsheba, King David felt miserable. Guilt, one of the most unpleasant human emotions, drained his life of the joy that had made him a composer and singer of sweet songs, a man whose heart was filled with praise. Now he lived under a threatening cloud every day.
The guilty king felt older than his years. His thoughts were in turmoil and he had no peace. The one who had written about experiencing the constant care of his Lord now felt God had deserted him.
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