“O LORD, who shall sojourn in your tent? Who shall dwell on your holy hill?” (v1). The Israelites rejoiced over the fact that God had revealed what kind of person was “good” and met His approval. That person does what is right, speaks truth even to himself, doesn’t lie about others and doesn’t betray friends (v2-3). The righteous person despises evil and honors goodness, tells the truth even to his own cost, lives with integrity, and doesn’t make a profit off vulnerable people (v4-5).
God doesn’t leave us in the dark about His expectations. His ways are good, and when we reflect His goodness, we will “never be moved” (v5).