Relentless pursuit. What comes to your mind when you read those two words?
On the one hand it could define our posture that we pursue God with all of our heart, with all of our soul and all of our strength to give Him glory with our lives.
On the other hand it could define God's enemy in his relentless pursuit as he attempts to derail, distract and destroy us so God receives no glory.
Reading about David's life we discover that he was relentlessly pursued by King Saul who was jealous of him. I refer to that as "the days of Saul."
There are seasons where we go through our own "days of Saul."
Times where we just don't seem to catch a break, where it feels like the enemies hot breath is breathing down our neck, where it seems like there is no end to the troubles and difficulties as though we're on the run for our lives...literally.
Once David's victory over Goliath happened, King Saul welcomed and promised him his...