This reminds me of Psalm 91, and Matthew 4. With Psalm 91, it looks as if the true believers who take refuge in God will not be harmed in anyway. No cuts, bruises, illnesses, misfortune, ect. However in Matthew 4, Satan tempts Jesus with this same scripture to try and talk him out of this unpleasant experience. However it doesnt seem like much has changed. You hear quite a bit of this in the Evangelical denominations about being born again, and healed from Alcoholism, cancer, blindness, deafness, as a sign that God has shown you some type of reward for surrendering to Jesus. There is also that Joel Osteen prosperity gospel of "Follow the Lord and you shall recieve great wealth." Then there are some Marian movements in the Catholic Church, for example Medjudgorge. Unfortunately I was sucked into it, and put me through hell. With Medjudgorge, its the same thing. Magical healing cloths that can cure you of any disease, constant repititions of the Rosary, and you can achieve any desire, and that fasting on carbs on Wednesday and Friday while attending Thursday and Saturday morning mass can also get you special benefits. Guess what. These experiences are far and few. Most people get nothing out of these so called spiritual interventions. Most people still go day to day with illnesses, troubles, and the same problems as if they never attended. So, does Psalm 91 really guarantee no harm to true believers? It seem more like the Psalm is saying these harms are only miniscule, and cannot permanently harm us. In fact, the hymn "On Eagles Wings", perfectly alludes to this. The hymn is based on Psalm 91, and Isaiah 40:31, and is real popular with funerals. The point is that not even death is not the end. Now I dont want to demonize these experiences. Miracles have happened to all people regaurdless of their religion. As to why, that is not certain at this time. However the religious systems say that it was for having the most devotions, like meditating on the Torah, fasting for so many days, praying facing Mecca 5 times a day on time, taking the sacraments, praying the sinners prayer, attending weekly church services, attending synagogue or mosque, saying the most mantras, meditating on the great OM, or practicing yoga. However the lie is that these miracles didnt occur because of choosing the right religion, or performing the right rituals, or being the most righteous. They occur because of some higher purpose. Then those who dont recieve these special gifts are told that they just were rejected, because they werent devout enough, chose the wrong religion, or still lived in too much sin, or even worse were just not favored by God. So, the main answer is not "sorry rejected", but something like "Not yet, be patient", or "Its not in your best interests"