True to you
A READER ASKS
“Dear Lord, just before I went on vacation, someone forgot to lock up the meds at the day-care center I work at—and when I came back last week, the blame had fallen on me. I swore I didn’t do it, and my director ‘let me off’ with a warning. But none of my coworkers will admit to making me take the fall and it’s driving me crazy. How do I protect myself if I can’t tell who backstabbed me?”
Wisdom of the Word
What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? —Romans 8:31
We understand and yet…
When we’re falsely accused, we seek to protect ourselves in the future. How do we defend against betrayers who strike behind our backs?