Read Romans 12:1-2 (https://bit.ly/3gMrRzW)
Left-handedness in 21st century America carries no stigma. In Ehud’s day left-handedness was seen as a curse. In addition, he belonged to the tribe of Benjamin, “sons of my right hand.” It would appear Ehud was the wrong man in the wrong place, but his unique peculiarity became a gift and allowed him to win a victory over Israel’s enemy. Ehud didn’t allow his differences to make him inconspicuous, because of embarrassment or lack of confidence. He gave himself to God and made himself available. Availability says, “Here am I, Lord. Use me.” And that’s just what God did. Availability might be our greatest asset. Perhaps we think we can’t lead a group, organize a ministry, help in another country, speak before a large group. We think we don’t have the ability. But we can say, “Lord, I’m available.” Availability tops ability because it spurs us to lean consistently into His power so He can do a work through us. How available are you?
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