What does your life breathe out? What is your exhale? Plumb’s song, “Exhale” inspires me to breathe in as much truth, love and grace as I can hold so that truth, love and grace is what I breathe out. This week we explore the story of Rahab and discover what her life’s “exhale” was.
Rahab’s confession was a declaration of her faith in God. What is your confession? Use this week’s free resource to guide you!
On this episode I discuss:
- The opportunity we have to respond to the revelation of God and to learn from the experiences of others
- Rahab’s story as told in Joshua 2
- Rahab’s confession to the spies – Joshua 2:9-11
- Rahab’s choice to see God’s works as a revelation of Who He is and Who He could be to her rather than something to fight against
- The free resource I developed to go along with this episode to help you dig deeper
- The story behind the song – New Release Today Article
- What Rahab’s life “exhaled” or sent forth
- By faith Rahab was not destroyed – Hebrews 11:31
- Rahab’s confession in Joshua 2 reveals God’s revelation to her, but ultimately led her to action
- Rahab’s actions are proof of her faith – James 2:25
- The Greek word dikaioó– cleared of all charges
- What will our life “exhale?”
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