Here's something funky, alluded to in Robert A. Fryling's The Leadership Ellipse but something I've never really thought about: when we are feeling abandoned or forsaken by God, we get our language of complaint from Jesus on the cross, who quoted the psalmist saying "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" So Jesus, fully God, can sympathize with our sense of betrayal by God. God accompanies us into our experiences of Godforsakenness. God is our companion even in our sense of abandonment.
Funky. I'm inclined to quote another psalm: "Such knowledge is . . . too lofty to attain."