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Old 01-11-2009, 11:09 PM
 
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Risking One's Life for Good. It was taken from Joshua 2:1-14; 6:22-25.

This lesson was mainly about Rahab, a prostitute used by God to protect two Hebrew spies who had been sent by Joshua to spy on Jericho before the invasion of the city. We need to be mindful of the fact that God uses unlikely people to carry out his purposes, and accept the fact that God can change and use any person to do his work. What was interesting to is if you go to Matthew 1: 2-6 and look at Jesus' genealogy, Rahab is in Jesus' family tree. It just goes to show how we must not judge people's worth by their education, family heritage, social status, or wealth.

What was your Sunday School's lesson about?
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