Erin Davis: Well, grab your Bible and your copy of the study Rahab that we’re walking through. (It’s okay with me if you have some great snacks close at hand. That’s really helpful!) Pull up a chair.

I’m joined by some women that I adore, and I know you’re going to adore them, too. We’re walking through a study of Rahab together, Tracing the Thread of Redemption. I would love for you, panel, to reintroduce yourselves. Hopefully they’ve been listening to us, they’ve been walking through this study with us.

I have a big question for you, a big intro question. I want to know your favorite promise of God. So, I’ll go first; I’ll give you a minute to think. My name is Erin. Probably my favorite promises are: “I will never leave you nor forsake you” (Heb. 13:5). “I am with you always, to the [very] end of the age” (Matt. 28:20). (It’s okay if these are your favorite verses, too.)

Sometimes I need that, like, tattooed on my eyelids, because I feel like, “Oh, no! He’s left me! He’s going to abandon me! He’s going to give up on me! He’s going to quit on me! (Because I quit on me!) And I remember the promise, “Nope, He’s with me always, to the very end of the age.”

If I had to pick a promise as my favorite, that would be mine.

Leslie Bennett: Can I share two?

Erin: Yes, you can share ten!

Leslie: Great. …