David was in a bad situation. His own son, Absalom had orchestrated a revolt and planned to take over the kingdom. Thus, David found himself out of palace because of this.
And David said unto all his servants that were with him at Jerusalem, Arise, and let us flee; for we shall not else escape from Absalom. 2 Sam 15:14 (KJV)
Are you in a situation today where you have been moved from your “palace?” Palace: your place of peace, rest, and purpose. David was out of his place because of past doings.
Has things of your past forced you out of your palace? Well there is hope. We know that David was restored to his palace because God’s promise to him still stood regardless. Moreover, his son was hung by his own head.
Just know that whatever (past, guilt, shame, lies of the enemy, hurts) has forced you out of your “palace” will hang itself. Understand that the promises of God are upon you. If David was restored, so shall you also. Remember, you may be out of the palace, but never out of promise.