Give ear to my words, O Lord, consider my groaning (a quiet expression of feelings). Psalm 5:1
People that love us interpret our words, sighs, and expressions based on their knowledge of us - how much more so does our God who comprehends, loves and understands us perfectly.

Heed the sound of my cry (great distress) for help, my King and my God ('elohiym), For to You I pray. Psalm 5:2
Faith is not so much belief about God as it is total, personal trust in God, rising to a personal fellowship with God that is stronger than anxiety and guilt, loneliness and all manner of disaster. Frederick Ward Kates, 1910-87

In the morning, O Lord, you hear my voice. Psalm 5:3a
Our first thoughts are significant for the mind is quickly occupied by affairs and overrun by a bombardment cares to rob us of our hope and joy.

.in the morning, I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation. Psalm 5:3b
I look expectantly for God's creative and wise answers to my petitions. “The Voice of the Lord” Lewis and Harriet Lederer Foundation, Inc. Messianic Jewish Publishers

For You are not a God who takes pleasure in wickedness, Nor shall evil dwell with You. Psalm 5:4
Evil is simply the absence of God. It's like the cold that comes when there is no heat or the darkness that comes when there is no light. Anon