What a question? Why should the Gentiles say, “So where is their God?” This is a dexterously framed petition. The solicitation is made unobtrusively yet expertly. In Psalm 115, the psalmist requested that God convey His kin with the goal that He would be celebrated among the countries, and the Gentiles would have no motivation to think God had neglected them. It was exceptionally characteristic that the pagan should state, ‘Where is their God?’ since they had no outward symbol, no visible picture, no substantial token; though the barbarian had their divine beings many, for example, they were, made of wood and stone; so they asked, ‘Where is their God?’
Indeed, God will never forget nor leave His own.