God’s Omnipresence and Omniscience
To the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David.
19 [a]O that You would kill the wicked, O God; Go away from me, therefore, men of bloodshed.
20 For they speak against You wickedly, Your enemies take Your name in vain.
21 Do I not hate those who hate You, O Lord? And do I not loathe those who rise up against You?
22 I hate them with perfect and utmost hatred; They have become my enemies.
23 Search me [thoroughly], O God, and know my heart; Test me and know my anxious thoughts;
24 And see if there is any wicked or hurtful way in me, and lead me in the everlasting way.Psalm 139:19-24 (AMP)
Footnote (from BibleGateway) – Psalm 139:19 In the first eighteen verses of this psalm, the psalmist acknowledges that God knows everything that the psalmist ever does, no matter when or where he does it. Although God’s vast knowledge of an individual’s deeds can be reassuring for the righteous, it should be frightening for the wicked. In verses 19-24, the psalmist distances himself from the wicked and asks God to help him live in such a way that pleases God.