Ziglag, Part 1
David’s darkest days of fleeing Saul’s murderous attempts, seeking asylum from the Philisitnes in Goliath’s home country, and hiding out with 600 rag-tag men in Ziglag, culminated in his worst crisis when they returned to find their camp on fire and their families gone.
His men talked of stoning him, but David resisted despair and implemented 10 actions that recovered everything they lost and took the spoils too! These 10 things can save you when you face the worst days of your life!
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