Hear the voice of my supplications when I cry to you.-psalm 28:2
Blessed be the Lord, because He heard the voice of my supplications!-psalm 28:6
David cried out to God and God heard him. Basically David prayed to God and God answered him. This is what Jesus desires of us! He desires for us to cry out to Him, to be dependent on Him alone. David must have been going through some tough times when he started writing this psalm. We see in verses 1 through 5 him being discouraged about the evil going on and the wickedness of peoples deeds. Then we see it switch to encouragement in verses 6-9. David knew that regardless of all the evil going on, that God was still seated on His throne. As we get discouraged in this day and age with all the wickedness, we also get encouraged by knowing that God is on His throne. But in knowing that, that doesn't mean that we should stop crying out. Its a sweet aroma to God when He hears our cries, because we are relying on Him and not ourselves. God answers!