David is thankful as he praises God and writes Psalm 138. He is thankful for God’s love, faithfulness, and safety when being surrounded by enemies. This may have been written at the time of Absalom’s rebellion when even in a time of trouble or danger, David praises God.
In our time of need, we can praise God too. He didn’t spare His own Son and surely will give us all things. He gives strength to bear burdens, resist temptations, and fulfill the purpose He has for us. Give God glory and continue to receive comfort in being renewed through acceptance of Christ Jesus.
This day with you God, we have tasks before us and we pray for the courage to go out and get busy. We magnify Your love for us in praise because You are in control and any thoughts of fear can be mastered. We have faith in Your power, Your limitlessness, and Your promises.