In an attempt to elude Saul, David mistakenly thought that the best place he could hide was in Philistine territory. It was true that Saul wouldn’t look for him there, but it was not true that it was “the best place” to be. No matter how bad things get, it is NEVER best to be in enemy territory. This 16-month period in David’s life is a picture of a “compromised life” that some Christians sometimes live. But as we will see in David’s story, it is often a painful place to be. Join Pastor Gary in today’s study that starts in 1 Samuel 27.