Brethren, let us not ignore the care that God has with each one of us, be it in battle, or wherever we are. Our Lord cares for us.
God is my help, my great help, I have not seen a just call for help and that has not been helped. God is always attentive to reach out to us and to take us out of critical moments.
The same Bible encourages us with these words, we can also see the powerful works of God, that with our own hands we can feel and with our eyes see all the powerful works of our God.
In the Bible we can see that many people were able to see the works of the Lord, they were able to enjoy each of the good things that the blessing of the Lord brought. In this case we can see some words said by the psalmist David when this man was going through his moments of persecution, delicate moments:
1 I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help.
2 My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.
Psalm 121:1-2 (KJV)
This powerful expression that we just read, fills us with joy and hope. This man set wonderful examples, he saw the mountains, which were places where people who were fleeing to hide went. That is why he contemplates those places and thinks that his help only comes from our God.
It is clear, our help comes from the One who made heaven and earth, the One who sustains us and whose mercy endures for all eternity.
Just as the psalmist could say these words, we can also say “Lord, You are my refuge and my help”.