The Call Girl Who Became A Princess (4 of 15) by Stan Coffey

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Joshua 2
January 27, 2002

Well, this morning, aren't you glad you're here? You can do better than that. Aren't you glad you're here? Amen! I'll tell you. Give Him another hand of praise.

I'll tell you this week while I was studying God's Word I just got my socks blessed off. I want to share it with you this morning if you will turn to Joshua chapter 2. We're going to look at "The Call Girl Who Became A Princess" as we continue this journey into freedom. Here was a call girl, a woman of the night who found salvation in Jesus Christ. It's one of the most remarkable stories of how God's grace extends to a person no matter how low they get. It's also a remarkable story about God's plan for your life.

I want us to notice something here in Joshua 2:1. Remember Joshua is the book of victory. It's the book of freedom. It tells us all about God's plan for us to live in the abundant life, how we can have victory in the midst of problems, how we can drive the enemy out, how we can overcome the obstacles that face us. This woman had a very huge obstacle to going to heaven. She lived a life apart from God, in a pagan city, one of the most wicked cities that has ever existed, but she overcame it and she was set free. Look at this story now in verse 1, "And Joshua the son of Nun sent out of Shittim two men to spy secretly, saying, Go view the land, even Jericho. And they went, and came into a harlot's house, named Rahab, and lodged there."

Now, this is not the kind of woman who would be chairman of the WMU or head of the ladies' ministry. This is not the kind of woman we would have teaching in the youth department with teen aged girls. In fact, this is the kind of woman that many churches today would not touch with a ten foot pole. But God loved her. You know, before God would allow his people to destroy the city of Jericho there was some important business t ...

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