This Psalm was written by David, but in it I see Jesus' story :)
verse 3: "What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee."
That means - when I am afraid, I will be afraid, I will trust in thee...
verse 4: "I will not fear what flesh can do unto me."
Flesh can only destroy flesh... And this reminds me of Jesus' words:
Matthew 10:28 "And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell."
verse 5: "Every day they wrest my words: all their thoughts are against me for evil."
to wrest words means to alter their meaning. That was so true 2000 years ago and even today, almost everyone changes, alters completely the meaning of the Bible, the word of God according to their corrupted hearts and minds and I was no exception.
verse 8: "Thou tellest my wanderings: put thou my tears into thy bottle: are they not in thy book?"
This book is mentioned in the Revelation and maybe also elsewhere in the Bible. In it our works are written... And regarding his bottle full with tears... When I was a child, 27, 25 years ago I have watched one American movie about one psycho, who collected women's tears... I remember that it was sick... Movie industry gets lots of ideas from the Bible and from the occult. They mock the Bible and praise the occult... And people are not even aware, what they pick up, what kind of evil ideas. They think that those ideas are their own ideas... So many evil ideas was implanted into me a quarter of century ago... but today!! What do we implant into hearts and minds of children!!!
verse 9: "In God will I praise his word: in the LORD will I praise his word."
How does an average self-proclaimed Christian worship his word? By ignoring it? Who reads Bible today? Who believes it?
verse 13: "For thou hast delivered my soul from death: wilt not thou deliver my feet from falling, that I may walk before God in the light of the living?"
Those are David's words. And those words are strange. Who is "thou"? Someone saved David - I guess the Lord - because David trusts in the Lord - so why would he say then, that he (David) may walk before God? He could say: that I may walk before thee... You might say that this is just a figure of speech - but I think it is much more. He trusted the Messiah, Christ, the Lord, the Word of God, who was also God... and this makes sense.
And what about Jesus? If he would sing that song - does it makes sense? Of course. Thou is in that case the Holy Ghost (who is also God) and God is God the Father. Three persons - but one God.
It doesn't make sense to many "Christians" of today - but when you go really deep with it - you see, that it makes a complete sense... everything - love, justification, sanctification, salvation... everything makes sense in Trinity - but without Trinity - nothing makes sense and those "Christians" who don't accept the Trinity - well - they don't understand the Gospel, the Bible... They have their own gospel, which is powerless and I would say (but I might be wrong), that those people are not saved and are still living in their sins. They have made themselves their own god, an idle idol.