Psalm 34:15 (KJV)
"The eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous and his ears are open to their cry"
Let me give a brief explanation of verse 15 of Psalm 34. It could be said like this, the eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous. He observes them with approval and tender consideration. They are so dear to Him that He cannot take his eyes off them. He watches each one of them as carefully and intently as if they were the only creature in the universe. His ears are open unto their cry. His eyes and ears are both turned towards His saints. His whole mind is occupied about them. If slighted by others, they are not neglected by Him. Their cry he hears at once even as a mother is sure to hear her sick babe. The cry may be broken, plaintiff, unhappy, feeble, or unbelieving; Yet the Father's quick ear catches each note and He is not slow to answer His children's voice.
When we see God our Father with that kind of intensity, it tends to put everything into perspective. The big problems don't seem to be as big and the little matters, that you think no one cares about, are not brought into focus because of God's love. The scripture there actually means to bend down. In the book of Peter, the word over literally means upon. It means that He, the Lord, is directed towards us in a favorable sense for the good of those He loves. In other words, the picture here is God bending down into our very prayers, earnestly listening to our petitions, and He is eager to answer them and come to our aid. Our God is not far from us. Often we plead with Him wondering if He is willing. These scriptures should settle that wrong way of thinking. God is willing!
In the coming week and all of it's business, remember the eyes of the Lord are upon you and He is bending down close to you like a mother caring for her infant to listen to your cry. If you are alone, confess with your mouth, "I am alone no longer". If you feel you are unheard, say what God's word says "He hears my every cry". When the lies of the enemy or accusations of friends hits you, realize God is nearby and He speaks words of comfort and strengthening. He enables you to go through in victory!