Be sure that you are not hypocritical in your walk with God because the Lord will reject all religious pretenders in the end. Whereas we are not allowed to judge others, the Scripture commands us to judge ourselves. Judge not, that ye be not judged - Matthew 7:1. For if we would judge ourselves, we should not be judged - 1 Corinthians 11:31.
God is God and not a man. There is nothing that is too hard for Him to do. He saves the vilest of sinners. He lifts the poorest from the dust to the throne. He heals men of all manner of incurable sicknesses and diseases. He also raises the dead to life. God can do all things. The power of God that parted the red sea for Israel to cross over is still at work today; only believe.
King Darius preferred Daniel above his co-ministers and was planning to make him the prime minister of the entire kingdom. However, due to envy, Daniel's colleagues sought to find an occasion against him; but there was no error or fault found in him. The king was later misled to sign a decree that prohibited citizens from praying to any God or man for thirty days, except the king. Their intention was to trap Daniel and eliminate him.
The Church was praying for the deliverance of Peter and God seemed to be silent for a while but suddenly intervened just in time before Herod could execute his heinous plan. Let not your heart be troubled when the answer to your prayer appears to be delayed. The just-in-time God never shows up late.
The Word of God is infallible. Some people doubt the veracity of God's word when they compare references in the Old Testament with the words of Jesus in our key text. They support their ungodly retaliatory actions with the misinterpretation of these Scriptures: (Exodus 21:22-25; Leviticus 24:19-20; Deuteronomy 19:18-21). But these verses do not in any way support retaliation. The judges are to apply them to convicted persons while the law enforcement officers (not the victims) execute the court orders.