In our rushing pursuits, let us not forget
“Now they found an Egyptian in the field and brought him to David, and gave him bread and he ate, and they provided him water to drink” I Samuel 30:11.
David was in deep trouble. His camp had been raided and all their families were kidnapped. He was chasing blindly, not knowing exactly where to go. Even in his troubles, he paused to help a man who had been left for dead. That man gave David the identity of those he was chasing and how to find them. In the end, all was recovered and returned home. You see, that man wasn’t really left for dead, he was left for David by God. In our rushing pursuits, let not forget to help others along the way. They may help us greatly in the long run.
—David W. Grubb