my enemy will say, "I have overcome him,"
and my foes will rejoice when I fall.
Sometimes that is the absolute worst point. It doesn't seem to get any lower than when those around you, who are not on God's side, seem to say, "see. That God stuff didn't get you anywhere."
We always want to point it out to God. We want to say, "God I trusted in you, and you let Your name be dragged down!"
Our enemies seem to have triumphed over us.
The thought that I would tack onto this passage today is this: Why are you so distraught over the triumph of the enemy? Is it really because you are so concerned about God, or is it because of the cost it has had on you?