Do you remember where you were and what you were doing on September 11, 2001? I was in our church office in Alabama when I got a call from a member asking me if I had seen the news. She told me to get to a television and turn it on. When I turned it on, I watched with millions of other Americans as the Trade Centers burned and collapsed.In the days to come, shock waves of this earth shattering event would rock our nation. When our lives are turned upside down, we begin asking why. And it’s in those seasons that we are most susceptible to both truth and error. We see it either through the lens of God’s eternal sovereignty or the lens of human depravity.We are not the first to wrestle with these temptations. Many years ago, God’s people experienced a similar national tragedy and in 1 Samuel 4, we read about their response. Their story reminds us that we should not put a period where God puts a comma.
1 Samuel 4:10-22
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