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The Prostitute

Joshua 2:23 “The Lord has given us the whole land.” A few days ago I committed to pray before my meetings, and yesterday I noticed an almost miraculous difference in results when trying this out. Despite being frazzled from a lack of sleep and chaos in family matters, I really felt like I was in flow, presenting the opportunities to my counterparts with such precision. They were decidedly convinced. This morning as I gave thanks, I felt God ask me what life would look like if I took that approach not just to business meetings, but to date lunch with my wife or tutoring time with my kids. To experience this kind of flow, this kind of victory, this kind of intimacy with God not just within work but every aspect of my life… that kind of life is not just possible, but inevitable if I really put Him first. In Joshua 2, Rahab the prostitute provided intel to the two spies from Israel that Jericho was ready for the taking. Today I feel God reminding me what they reported back to their leader. That He has already given the WHOLE LAND. Lord thank you for reminding me of what I already know. You love me and sent your very own son to die for me. The battle’s been won. The war has been won. Because of what you’ve already done. I give you every aspect of my life today, and commit again to cover all my interactions in prayer. I can’t wait to see what you have in store. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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