We’ve all felt betrayed at some point in our lives and it sure does hurt. Betrayal has the potential to destroy our trust in people and dismantle our faith in God. It can leave us wounded and feeling powerless to move on. And, often, forgiveness and healing can take a lifetime.
Back in college, I was on a worship team with my friend, Paul. He played the guitar, and I played piano. Every week, our small four-member team practiced so we’d be ready for the Thursday night Bible study in the student center.
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Shortly after the explosion of the Space Shuttle Colombia in 2003, I heard an interview on the evening news. The anchorman was talking with a former astronaut, and asking the man’s feelings on future space travel.
Don’t you just get tired of dealing with the hard stuff? I sure do!
Things like strained relationships, difficult bosses, constant conflict, illness, and financial stress can cause our hands to droop and our knees to wobble. Sometimes we can look over our shoulders and just want to turn back.