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Another wonderful example of a great follower. The task seemed hopeless – two young men, with only one sword (see chapter 13), fighting uphill against a well-armed enemy outpost – yet Jonathan had inspired such loyalty and trust in his armour-bearer, that he was willing to follow him unquestioningly.

If God could give victory to two young men, I’m sure he could have given it to one, but how much more confidence must it have given Jonathan to hear those words?

Have you said that to your leaders recently? How do you handle it when your leaders aren’t (in your opinion) worthy of such trust and support? (I’m genuinely interested in the answer.)