Hi, my promise is in Psalms 57:6 which says, They spread a net for my feet I was bowed down in distress. They dug a pit in my path but they have fallen into it themselves.
So he doesn’t mean a real pit but a spiritual one, but in Esther 7:10 (ESV) says, And the king said, “hang him on that.” so they hanged Hamon on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai. Then the wrath of the king abated.
So Hamon had made gallows for Mordecai but the king hanged Hamon on it instead, so what Hamon intended bad (for Mordecai) God intended good, when Josephs brothers sold him they intended that for evil but God intended it for good.
So even when things look bad God will turn it out somehow for good.
Have you blamed God for something that looks bad?