Michael King

Ever read something in the Bible and think, Ooh, I don’t like that. It just doesn’t seem right.

I’m guilty of it.

Every now and then I’ll run across a passage or an account or even a doctrine that rubs me the wrong way. It doesn’t seem fair (according to my sense of justice) or the timing is all off (according to my timetable) or the love seems to be missing (according to my understanding of love). It bothers me, even annoys me, that I feel that way, that I don’t understand WHY.

Psalm 44 is one of those passages. Oh, the first eight verses start out great. The writer praises God for his might and intervention in the history of his people, for his protection and faithfulness. The writer declares his faith in God and trust in Him.

But verse nine begins with one word that changes everything. BUT.

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Mike Dellosso is an author of wide-eyed suspense. He writes stories that not only entertain but enlighten.

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