1) When David fled from Saul into Philistine territory.
2) As a man hated and feared, and fearful of losing his life.
3) They attack him, slander him, plot to take his life, shadow his steps and twist his words.
4) David was afraid, yes, but he still trusted in God. Trust, I think, would be more than David saying "I trust you...but I is scared", but saying instead "when I am afraid, then will I trust you".
5) Trustworthiness, merciful, angry against injustice, helping those in danger.
6) His journey through life.
7) A bottle to hold the tears of his children, and a book recording the deeds of all men.
That they would turn back; sort of. The king later allowed David to live with him.
9) That David would be king over Israel; David fully trusted God. He did not know how God would bring it about, but I don't think he doubted.
10) That he had been delivered from stumbling, and death, and allowed to walk before God in the light of life.
Just because I happen to be terrified, doesn't mean I shouldn't trust God. The opposite, in fact; even when hunted by my 'brothers' and forced to flee to my enemies, even and especially then, I should and can trust God.