Daily Archives: December 10, 2012

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We Don’t Know What to Do

  The words “we don’t know what to do” sound like words of defeat and confusion. But, like most things, context is important. These words in context are words of faith and trust. They are words that reflect humility and reality.    You see, almost 3,000 years ago, Jehoshaphat, King of Judah was faced with annihilation by a strong enemy coming up from the south. The intent of this enemy was the destruction of his kingdom. Jehoshaphat knew that there was no way the army of Judah would defeat this enemy. He knew that he had only one option, God.   So he gathered the people together and then prayed for God’s help. He didn’t have a plan, because there […]