This concludes one of the Psalms of confession. And it clearly points out the dangers that sin and the sin nature, have on ones life, if there is not some type of intervention that will minimize those dangers, or even make them go away.
As a person lives their life, they are faced with constant dangers from this world, most of which come from the unseen realm, or beyond our ability to see the many factors that can have an impact on our life.
Salvation, is the most important condition that a person can have, because it places you within the structure of God’s grace and mercy and blessing.
Spiritual growth, likewise is one of the most important conditions that person can have, because it builds your relationship with God through Christ, as well as completing the structure of your own personal essence, meaning and purpose.
But sin and the sin nature are ever present, and will destroy that relationship if you allow them to, simply by ignoring your spiritual responsibilities.
Therefore, confession is your ace in the hole, which allows you to maintain a functioning relationship with God through Christ, so that your spiritual life will function as it should, and your spiritual growth will complete your life as to the meaning and purpose that God has intended for you.
And therefore the close of the Psalm, make haste, and that is exactly what God does, when you confess your sins, you are immediately restored into fellowship and into a functional relationship with God.
Outside of fellowship, you have the remainder of this Psalm, which clearly describes sorrow and weakness and self-destruction, none of which are good things.
God is faithful, and when He makes provision, He executes that provision immediately.