“I will behave myself wisely in a perfect way. O when will you come to me?
I will walk within my house with a perfect heart.”
This is doable. If David and others, such as Abraham (Gen. 17:1), walked perfect before God in the Old Testament, then certainly, we can walk perfect before God in the New.
More importantly, however, humbling ourselves to walk before the LORD with a perfect heart opens the way for Jesus to come to us. And to have the Lord Jesus personally come to us is the greatest blessing possible on this side of the grave. Let us firmly set our course and conduct ourselves in a perfect way in this life. Then, if God will, we may experience the sweetness and glory of Jesus’ presence while we live in this world.