In Psalm 15, David says that only he whose "walk is blameless" may dwell with the Lord.
What does this mean?
Obviously, no one is completely good (Romans 3:23). So blameless cannot mean perfect. Nor does blameless mean "sincere" because we can be sincerely wrong.
Being blameless involves:
- Learning what is right by studying God's Word (2 Timothy 2:15).
- Seeking to do what is right through obedience (James 1:22-25).
- Repenting when we fail (James 4:7-10).
- Persevering through trials and temptations (James 1:4).
Knowing God's Word, obeying His commands, repenting of sin and persevering in trials makes a person "blameless" and gives him close fellowship with the Lord.
May we be such people.