Have you ever looked up the definition of betray? Merriam-Webster defines it as to give information about (a person, group, country, etc.) to an enemy or to hurt (someone who trusts you, such as a friend or relative) by not giving help or by doing something morally wrong. Somehow that definition just doesn’t seem to cover it, does it? The feelings experienced are not quite described by the definition that Merriam-Webster provides, huh?
That’s because betrayal is complicated. The actions that lead up to it, the emotions felt because of it and the overall obstacles that must be overcome afterwards are all complicated. Since we are all human beings, our actions can oftentimes exemplify disturbing behavior. It’s important to maintain a level minded head when dealing with betrayal – and one way everyone can do so is through powerful scriptures. The word of God can change lives and put things in fruition – even though at the time it may seem unimaginable.