Continuing on the book of Judges. Ehud was the second judge in Israel. He followed Othniel. He was from the tribe of Benjamin and was left-handed. God raised him to deliver Israel from Eglon, the king of Moab. Israel was under the oppression of King Eglon for eighteen years. After God delivered Israel from Moab, they had peace for eighty years. But this Judge seemed an odd choice for a deliverer as he was left-handed, considered useless and weak.
However, God is made strong in our weaknesses. Today, we are reminded from the story of Ehud that our weaknesses cannot hinder God’s plan for our lives. Let’s listen to the brother Eugene as he explains how God can use us in our weaknesses to glorify His name.