What Should You Do When You've Been Betrayed?

King David expected his enemies to oppose him, but it really got to him when betrayed by his friends. He was devastated.

For there to be a betrayal there must first be someone you thought you could count on. Someone you trusted--an employee, employer, co-worker, partner, supplier, customer, parent, child, wife, relative, or Christian brother.

And then they stabbed you in the back. What do we do with that?

Join us as we look at how Jesus handled the dynamics of betrayal and retaliation, and how we can move beyond the toxicity of betrayal.

The Big Idea: If God allows you to be betrayed, how can you handle it so that Christ is glorified?

Here's the link to this week's Bible study.

Until every church disciples every man…