As we continue our series in the life of David, this message unpacks some key lessons when you’re between a rock and hard place. If you think you have problems, just stop for a moment and consider David. Initially, Saul loved David, but when Saul heard the people of Israel singing a song: “Saul has struck down his thousands, David his tens of thousands”, jealousy and envy took hold of Saul’s heart and he began to hate his faithful servant. He schemed and put David in command of 1000 troops hoping that David would be killed in battle, he even gave David his daughter, Michal’s hand in marriage, but only after David had delivered Saul 100 philistine foreskins as payment! Saul became so jealous and filled with hatred for David that he ended up running away for his life, a fugitive from a murderous King! He fled into the wilderness and taking refuge in a cave, the cave of Adullam! Both chapters 22 and 24 are times when we find David in caves, between a rock and a hard place. There’s no doubt that for each of us here we’ve similarly found ourselves in caves between a rock and a hard place. The reason you’ve taken to a dark, dreary, depressing and damp cave might be because of a shattered dream, an unbearable hurt, a broken relationship, an unanswered prayer, an unfair criticism, a devastating disappointment, or a discouragement. Find out what lessons can we learn from when you’re between a rock and a hard place.

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