Saul sinks to deeper levels of disobedience . . . and learns what the consequence will be.
Sometimes it may seem that God isn’t faithful in a particular situation. But here are 4 things you need to remember in order to keep the faith about the faithfulness of God.
David encounters Saul once again and reveals the greatest hardship of life on the run….being driven from God’s presence.
David has an opportunity to be rid of his Saul problem . . . but he’s too “bothered” to follow through.
King Saul unleashes madness and mayhem as he seeks to kill David . . . yet David’s faith in God assures him that he is safe.
Life on the run brings about questionable choices on David’s part . . . but there was a truth he could cling to—“This poor man cried, and the LORD heard him and saved him out of all his troubles” (Psalm 34:6). Thankfully we can cling to that truth as well!
Sadness and grief abound in Chapter 20 as David learns the king truly wants him dead. Yet, God’s love and faithfulness abound as well—through the friendship and devotion of Jonathan.