These promises of God have always given me great comfort. Knowing that God is always with me has given me great strength. I will never be left, forgotten, forsaken, cast aside, discarded, thrown away, etc. God will always be with me.
Another promise of God was given by Jesus just before He left this earth. He said, "And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age." (Mt. 28:20) This promise sounds very much like the other two, but I want to promote a little different twist on this verse.
Jesus was certainly reiterating the promise of God to his apostles. He was assuring them that He would be with them forever. Where God had not left Israel in Deuteronomy; Jesus had left the Twelve for 3 days. He was separated from them by His death. Jesus' words serve as a reminder that since He has conquered death, nothing will ever separate them again.
The words of Paul in Romans 8:31b-39:
I hold to that promise as well. Nothing shall separate us. Nothing. My dead savior abides with me still. Praise God for the resurrection of the Lamb!