David concludes that we should wake up and praise God because we all have significance to him and so, God's faithful love can not be drowned out in our personal circumstances or in the midst of the Church's contemporary cultural challenges.
In Psalm 52 we see the anguish and righteous anger of David when responding to an event of utter sin and evil: the slaughter of Ahimelech and his house for the help they had given David.
In this Psalm, David preaches what he had practiced when facing distress: Magnify the Lord; Taste and see that the Lord is good; and Fear the Lord.
In this Psalm recounting his capture at the hands of the Philistines, David shows us how to overcome our own fears of the world around us and walk with confidence in God.
David wrote this Psalm at the beginning of his time of testing and persecution at the hand of King Saul and gives great insight into David's experience of waiting and trusting in God's strength and love.