This verse shows David lamenting in sorrow and anguish. But he knows that the Lord extends complete protection of his people, both body and soul.
God is faithful and keep His promises. No matter how many promises God has made, they are "Yes" in Christ (2 Corinthians 1:20). Be confident and stand firm on the promise that "He will never forsake you".
2 Corinthians 12:10 That is why, for Christ's sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.
In the distress inflicted at various times by his ailment, God promised that Paul would never lack sufficient grace to overcome it. The grace of Christ finds its full scope and strength only in human weakness--- the greater the Christian's acknowledged weakness, the more evident Christ's enabling strength. Read the Bible and keep praying for help, strength, wisdom, understanding and guidance of the Holy Spirit. Tell Jesus every problem you may have for He is the best friend you can ever find.
Psalm 32:7 You are my hiding place; you will protect me from trouble and surround me with songs of deliverance.
I was raised Anglican (church of England). I was confirmed at about 12 and was basically a good christian boy. Our church was a small rural one and very conservative.
I joined the Anglican youth group at our church which consisted of the teens of the congregation. However I am a person who likes to know-everything. Also I tend to question everything. I enjoy discussing almost any topic. In the church youth group I constantly asked questions. Sometimes they were controversial.
This was not appreciated by the powers that be. One day the minster called me aside and told me not to question the churches dogma. Things were as they were and questions could raise doubt which no one wanted. At the time I said nothing , but I went home and thought it through for quite some time. I finally decided that there must be, in my opinion, be something wrong if open discussion was forbidden.
I left the church and never looked back. However I continued to think about, question and discuss religion. As I grew so did my views. Ultimately I considered myself not a christian. I believe in no organized religion. Their dogma and so called holy books were a crutch for those that needed them. If that is what you believe/want to believe that is fine. For you but not me.
I was/am spiritual and believe in god. God who created everything. Never the god depicted in religious scriptures of any kind. To me it is obvious that only god could have created the complicated systems in all their minute detail we can observe. However I still thought and questioned. One day I was considering god and what he had to be to have created everything. How much greater must that intellect be than mine. I was trying to find a comparison. This is what i came up with.
Imagine yourself standing in the middle of the Sahara desert. Reach down and pick up a single grain of sand. It will take some time to brush off the end of your finger until only one grain of sand remains.
Hold up your finger until you can see this tiny grain. This, I thought represents my intellect. If I looked around at the rest of this vast desert the rest of the grains of sand represented god's intellect. How could my minuscule mind even begin to understand/comprehend the mind the rest of the desert represented. I couldn't. I would never be able to.
So I stopped trying. When I stopped trying to understand god but just accepted, everything was ok. I just stopped trying to understand that which was/is understandable and I am satisfied with this answer. Should you ask I can show you god just look around who else could create such a marvelous system of life?