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In the Bible we find various promises of God for humanity and they are obviously given to all those who seek God with all their hearts.


It should be noted that God is compassionate and merciful and desires that all mankind be part of all the promises of blessings He has destined for all mankind. However, not everyone receives them and it is not because God does not want to grant them but because many do not seek God and ignore such promises.
The psalmist David in the midst of adversities came to trust in God and recognized that only from Him could his help come.

Psalm 121
I will lift my eyes to the mountains;
Where does my help come from?
2 My help comes from Jehovah,
That made the heavens and the earth.
3 He will not give your foot to the slide,
The one who saves you will not fall asleep.
4 Behold, he will not fall asleep or sleep
The one who keeps Israel.
5 Jehovah is your guardian;
Jehovah is your shadow at your right hand.
6 The sun will not tire you by day,
Not the moon at night.
7 Jehovah will keep you from all evil;
He will keep your soul.
8 Jehovah will keep your way out and your entrance
From now and forever.
(Reina-Valera 1960)


David knew very well where the help of the men came from and set his eyes up to the mountains which were the hills of Zion and Jerusalem who represented the presence of God in the Old Testament.
Today these mountains are represented by our savior Jesus Christ to whom we raise our eyes to receive his opportune help because our help comes from Him.

David recognized that God was the author of life and the creator of the world. Today we also need to believe that Jesus Christ is God and has control of the entire universe.

As Christians we need to trust and believe that God is omnicient and omnipresent almighty and keeps us at all times because it is one of his promises to all who seek him.

Ddavid could experience it in the most difficult days of his life and today you can also experience it according to the search and the relationship you have with Him.

When David talks about the sun and the moon in verse 6 "The sun will not tire you by day or the moon by night."
These verses refer to 24 hours a day which indicates that God takes care of us all the time.

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@mildreduh, God is really our strength and help in the midst of any tribulation his eyes will always be attentive to his children and his power will cover us on the bad day while we look up to Him, for He will never leave us.