David is on the run from a powerful enemy who desires to murder him. This enemy, Saul, has almost killed David several times before, and his determination seems to be growing. Further, David finds himself in the territory of his greatest enemy, the Philistines, and they are holding him captive. With great reason to fear, David writes, "When i am afraid, I will trust in God." HOW DO WE DO THIS OURSELVES? Doesn't fear make it harder to trust God?
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