I used an online service to print some digital photos and was presented with three options for the quality of the print: Good, Better, and Best. In the product description, "Good" provided a photo of "great clarity;" "Better" provided a photo of "optimal color;" Best provided a photo of "unmatched quality." I decided to use a different company, one that didn't make me choose.
We often face choices in life, sometimes between choices that all seem reasonable. In this week's message, we will learn what David learned: the importance of choosing the best, especially when it comes to forgiveness (2 Samuel 9).
See you Sunday!
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