"For I know my transgressions, and my sins are forever before me." Psalm
The Bible teaches that when we truly repent Yahveh totally erases our sin, as Isaiah
states, I have erased your sin like a fog that cleared (Isaiah 44:22). Why, then, does the Psalmist assert that his sin
always remains before his eyes?
King David's repentance was out of an intense love for Yahveh. David had complete trust that Yahveh erased
his sin, but he could never be completely consoled knowing that he had offended the One whom he so loved.
Develop a relationship with Yahveh so that you would no more think of offending Him than doing harm
to someone you love intensely.