Psalm 20, a psalm of healing
"May the Lord answer you
on the day of distress.
May the name of the God of Jacob
May He send your help
from the Sanctuary,
and support you from Zion."
In Hebrew the phrase ‘May God answer you’ can be translated as: ‘a'anancha,’ ‘You answer, God’ - this reveals that it can be read as a statement of something that presently is. For it is as if we have called, He has answered. He is just waiting for us to hear it. There is no waiting. He has already answered our prayers.”
The Psalm states that the Sanctuary will be where the help will be dispatched from and Zion as the place from where the support will come.
The Sanctuary refers to the Holy of Holies inside the Temple in Jerusalem, according to classic sources. This is the special place where God's divine presence rests. Our help will be dispatched from the holiest place in the world.
If each of us can be likened to the Temple in Jerusalem, there too is a special place within us that God's divine presence dwells, a spark of holiness. We can know that God's answers to our prayers of help are not some far away abstract concept. They are close at hand and already here.
(excerpt from "Software for the Soul: Psalms for Everyone - discovering the inner meanings" - click Here for the link)