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Passion Week Devotional: Rahab

Written by: Inga Harrison

"Then Joshua son of Nun secretly sent two spies from Shittim. 'Go, look over the land,' he said, 'especially Jericho.' So they went and entered the house of a prostitute named Rahab and stayed there." Joshua 2:1 (NIV)

Rahab was a "woman of the night", so when she heard a knock on her door and saw two men standing before her, she most likely thought nothing of it. Little did she know, that opening the door would result in her doing Kingdom work. God knew despite her occupation she had an open mind and a willing heart. Rahab knew of God, but did not know His teachings or how to be delivered from her sins. 

But in spite of her imperfections, Rahab was able to be used as a vessel to do God's will. Are you struggling with your past? Are you allowing your imperfections to be an obstacle that keeps you from ministering to others? Are you afraid to admit that your marriage isn't the picture of perfection you paint for others? Do you pretend to be in control during the day, but at night struggle with depression or addiction? If so, know that you are not alone. 

Moreover, God delights in using our imperfections for His glory. So next time you think you cannot be used because of your past, recall the following people and their pasts that God was still able to use for His Kingdom:
  • David was a murderer and adulterer. 
  • Noah was a drunk. 
  • Sarah was too old to have a child. 
  • Jacob was a liar. 
  • Jeremiah and Timothy were too young.
  • Jonah ran from God.
  • Naomi was a widow. 
  • Job went bankrupt, lost his wife, and children. 
  • denied Christ. 
  • The Disciples fell asleep while praying. 
  • Martha worried about everything. 
  • The Samaritan woman was divorced several times.

Moral of the story, you're not alone. We all fall short. BUT GOD! There are no perfect people, but we serve a perfect God who loves us, flaws and all.

Dear God,
Thank you for turning our pasts into ways to glorify you. Help us to remember how you faithfully use your servants to bring others you. Father, whatever it is that we're struggling with, please help us to overcome it so that it can be used as a testimony to encourage others. In Jesus' name, amen.

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