I’ve decided to start breaking up blog posts so there are more snippets per week. I’d love your thoughts on the new format. I’d also LOVE to post any of your shameless stories — any time you’ve dealt with or overcome shame — If you share your story with me, I’ll pick my faves and publish them during the week.



Check out last week’s blog post on Rahab.



Verse for the week: 

In the same way, was not even Rahab the prostitute considered righteous for what she did when she gave lodging to the spies and sent them off in a different direction?”—
James 2:25
 Shameless Questions
  1. Do you feel any shame from your past? Do you need God’s healing from that shame? In other words, the young woman I mentioned in last week’s post needed healing for the teenage version of herself. Maybe the little girl in you or the young adult version needs to feel God’s presence. Can you take some time right now and ask God to take away your shame? 
  2. Do you need to talk with a Christian counselor about some of these issues? Or can you confide in a pastor or some trusted girlfriends and ask them for prayer?
Prayer:
“God, there are moments in my past where I need to feel your presence.
Were you there when I was hurting? Please reveal to me your loving hand in my darkest moments. You transformed the life of Rahab, the prostitute. Please transform my life. 
Move me from the girl I once was to become the woman you want me to be.
I pray for healing so that I can love you, myself, and others more fully. Amen.”

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