Do you know the sting of betrayal? Do you know what it is like to have someone who once had your back now stab you in it? Do you know what it is like to have people who once trusted and supported you now turn
“Unprecedented.” “Unknown.” “Uncertain.” “New normal.” These are terms that have become commonplace this year, are they not? How often have you said, or heard it said, that we are living in an “unprecedented” time? How accustomed have you grown to preparing yourself for the “new
Have you ever met anyone who believed that Christianity holds all the answers to life’s most perplexing questions? If we are honest, we will admit that that is not our experience. God’s people often wrestled with questions to which they find no answers. Psalm 44
David was an exile in Philistia. He had managed to successfully dupe Achish, King of Gath, for years into thinking that he had become an enemy of Israel and a friend of Philistia. Achish grew to trust and appreciate David and made him his bodyguard.