Psalms 18:33 He makes my feet like hinds' feet, and sets me upon my high places.
The phrase above speaks of a secured possession for the believer. The phrase He makes my feet like hind’s feet, speaks of a deer, a strong foot and its swift speed beyond the predators reach, so shall be the believer. However, unlike the deer, which is still vulnerable, but the believer shall be set upon high places.
Psalms 18:34 He teaches my hands to war, so that a bow of steel is broken by mine arms.
As the previous exposition spoke of a secured possession or a position. Now, we gain further insight to the attributes of the believer of whom is living by faith. The phrase, He teaches my hands to war, this speaks of the believer dependent on God and the wisdom wherewith is shown in the believer toward oppositions and the enemies. Since it is God who teaches the believer, victory is secure and certain. The latter of the verse speaks of the bending or the breaking of a steel or a strong weapon. Which implies, you as a believer rendering those things that were meant to destroy you, but now incapable of inflicting any harm upon you.
Psalms 18:35 Thou hast also given me the shield of thy salvation: and thy right hand hath holden me up, and thy gentleness hath made me great.
Let us bring back to mind the first two verses. Verse 33 spoke of a secured possession and a step ahead of the enemies. Verse 34 spoke of divine wisdom and strength. Now, this verse, verse 35 puts the believer in a place of remembrance to humbly reflect on the reason for their being and the victories. Therein, we read, Thou hast given me the shield of salvation. Without salvation, our union with Christ unto the Father is nonexistent and the individual is exposed to the attacks of the enemy, but with salvation, the believer is held in greatness by the right hand of God. The right hand speaks of strength, furthermore, it is Christ who sits on the right hand of God the Father. Therefore, without Christ our Lord, the strength of God shall be absent in our lives, but with Christ all things good are possible to those who believe.
Psalms 18:36 Thou hast enlarged my steps under me, that my feet did not slip.
In conclusion of verse 36, we read; Thou hast enlarged my steps under me. This is contrary to a small feet, a small feet can walk, but it is likely to be obstructed. It could trip into a ditch or be entangled with obstacles in its path, but with a large feet; Your foot shall not plunge into a ditch, it shall cover over the ditch, neither shall it be entangled with the obstacles in its path, but it shall tread over it all with ease. The phrase also speaks of rest, as Christ our representative man overcame it all, so was King David in his prime, having defeated all of his enemies. And for every believer who follows, such is their assurance, like that of the cry of Jabez, another believer.
Jabez prayed to the God of Israel, "Bless me, God, and give me much land. Be with me and keep me from anything evil that might cause me pain." And God gave him what he prayed for.
1 Chronicles 4:10
Therein, we say, Thou hast enlarged my steps under me, that my feet did not slip. That is to say, when God established you and blessed and enlarged you through prosperity, these things shall not slip from you. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow you all the days of your life. For you are dwelling in the house of God, forever. Amen.