The psalmist begins the 9th section of his song in praise of the Lord’s statutes, and what is found therein is a monument to the mountainous goodness in the character of the Godhead. This portion of Scripture is a witness from experience.
To be honest, we don’t understand human suffering. Across the globe we see innocent women and children starving and dying and enduring terrible diseases and illnesses, without hope. We see horrific and gruesome genocide carried out by tyrannical leaders who thirst for power and seem bent on chaos.
Trials. They’re the universal commonality among Christ-followers, adversity being the thread of which the tapestry of life is intricately woven. The point being, that when viewed at the micro-level, you can see the fibers and the threads, but the picture blurry and indiscernible.