David knew from personal experiences that the best thing to do was to run to God immediately and lay his sin before Him. Listen to the urgency in this passage: "Therefore let all the faithful pray to you while you may be found; surely the rising of the mighty waters will not reach them. You are my hiding place; you will protect me from trouble and surround me with songs of deliverance (Psalm 32:6-7).
"While he may be found". Do you hear the urgency in Davids prayer? God is the only one who can forgive our sin against Him. He is the only one we can run to for forgiveness. God is faithful to forgive those who are faithful to His covenant. Therefore, we shall surely be forgiven if we confess our sin against him and be restored unto him.
David described God as our refuge, a fortress we run to in times of trouble. He called God "my hiding place". May we immediately run to God in repentance of our sin against him. He is our fortress and our hiding place. He will keep his promises toward those who love him.
Lord, I come to you with a humble heart. I ask that you forgive me of my sin against you. May the prayer of your servant be a pleasing sound to you this day, for tomorrow is not promised. You are faithful to forgive those who lay down at your feet every sin and weight. You are my hiding place and I find refuge in you. When the world is turned upside-down, You and You alone are my refuge. you restore my soul. Thank you for loving me and sending Jesus Christ to take away the sins I have sinned against you. While you may be found I seek you. You will sing songs of deliverance around me. You are my strength and my deliverer. It is in Jesus precious name I pray, amen.