Yes, the Lord hears the good man when he calls to him for help, and saves him out of all his troubles.
The Lord is close to those whose hearts are breaking; he rescues those who are humbly sorry for their sins. The good man does not escape all troubles - he has them too. But the Lord helps him in each and every one.
Psalm 34: 17-19 (TLB)
For God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son so that anyone who believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16 (TLB)
When Kim Koratsky, from Tennessee, was a small child and one of his toys broke, he would carry it to his dad, hold it up, and confidently say, "Daddy fix!" Over the years, Kim became the daddy who fixed things when his own children broke them. Even though he is now older and his dad has gone on to heaven, Kim has come to realize that he still has a Father he can trust to fix the broken things in his life - even himself.
The Bible is replete with times when our heavenly Father helped his children, as well as with promises that our Father will continue to do so. Think of God leading his children out of slavery in Egypt to the freedom of the Promised Land and of Jesus as he healed the sick, gave sight to the blind, and raised the dead. To Kim, the most profound of these examples is John 3:16 where it says God gave us Jesus, our way to eternal life.
Surely God will not instantly fix every broken thing in our lives. But God will walk with us, comfort us, and sometimes carry us through our troubles and sufferings - fixing them in God's way and time.
Prayer: Heavenly Father, help us always remember that you are here to help us - all we need to do is ask. Be with us as we walk our path today. When we stumble, comfort us, guide us, and help us to know you love us always, in Jesus' name. Amen.