22 This thou hast seen [ra'ah], O LORD [Y@hovah]: keep not silence [charash]: O Lord ['Adonay], be not far [rachaq] from me. KJV-Interlinear
22 You have seen, O LORD; be not silent! O Lord, be not far from me! ESV
In contrast to the distorted seeing eyes of evil from the previous verse, God also sees, but with an objective and truthful eye, matching facts perfectly with reality.
People, without doctrine, see what they want to see. They see in arrogance. And as such, their arrogance distorts what they see.
They presume more than they have a right to presume. They ignore truth and fact, and they make-up or invent their own version of what they see.
And, as evil boasts in loud voices, about things that are not even real, so God speaks loudly with truth, through doctrine.
Evil and arrogance soon lose steam and fade away, but truth keeps on going unhindered, and uncompromised.
And, God is not only near, but as close as the Bible doctrine that is in your soul.