'I will cry unto God Most High; unto God that performeth all things for me.'
Praise God that He will not hand us over to our calamities, or leave our souls among lions. Although we experience great opposition and grievous trials, we can declare with the psalmist, 'I will cry unto God Most High.' In using such terminology, David is referring to the LORD as the One who is above all others; higher than every adversary, and in ultimate authority and ascendancy. Having addressed the Lord as 'Most High,' David goes on to say, 'Unto God that performeth all things for me.' This verse is so precious, especially when we begin to understand the meaning from the Hebrew text. The word 'performeth,' here means, 'to complete, to finish.' David is saying that the Lord will bring to an end the voices that were rising against him. By faith he saw that the opposition could not last! That his enemies would not prevail because the Lord would deal with them.
Dear Saints, this is true for all those who walk with the Lord. The trials are not eternal! The current opposition will not last! Believe on your God Most High, He who will bring all things to an end for you. In the meanwhile His grace will be your sufficiency, and His strength will sustain you, 'He will never permit the righteous to be moved!' (Psalm 55:22b).