Psalm 10 exposed the wicked as those who can’t find God anywhere. They claim He’s silent, He’s deaf, and His unreal. Psalm 19 says that God is everywhere. “The heavens declare the glory of God.” In most of David’s Psalms we find the he sees God in every area of his personal life. God protected him when he was in exile. God provided food for him and his men. God was beside him in battle and gave him the victory. God blessed him with the kingdom. God prospered him in every way. David exclaims in 21:2, “For you have given him his heart’s desire. You have withheld nothing he requested.”

Absolutely everything in David’s life is all about God. God is blessing him with all the good and God is training or disciplining him in all the bad. But God is in it all and in it all God has David’s best interests foremost in mind and David recognizes that and proclaims that.

God has given us all of nature as evidence of His existence. He has revealed Himself to us through nature and through His Word, the Bible, and through the living Word, His Son. If we see Him in nature, and we accept Him in His Son, we will see His hand move in and around us every day of our lives. If we don’t see Him in nature and don’t accept Him in Jesus, we will never see Him. God has given us sufficient evidence of His existence and His love. He will not answer the scoffer’s cry for more evidence, just as Jesus would not respond to Herod’s appeal for a miracle. Sometimes people clamor for miracles in their lives, when, like Herod, they really don’t want to be convinced, they merely want to be entertained.

Paul tells us that we “are without excuse” if the evidence God has already given us, does not excite our faith in God.

“The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display his craftsmanship. Day after day they continue to speak; night after night they make him known.” (Psalm 19:1-2)