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1. How was Rahab in the Old Testament rewarded for her faith and hospitality?

2. Can you explain what she did to show her faith and hospitality?

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1. How was Rahab in the Old Testament rewarded for her faith and hospitality?

On account of her faith and hospitality, Rahab the harlot or prostitute (or possibly just an inn keeper) was saved from sin and persecution. Her family was also saved.
In fact, the writers of the New Testament
make reference to Rebab this way:

Hebrews 11:31: By faith the prostitute Rahab, because she welcomed the spies, was not killed with those who were disobedient.[ 11:31 Or unbelieving] (Holy Bible. New International ...

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This solution explains how Rahab the prostitute in the Old Testament was rewarded for her faith and hospitality, including what she did to show her faith and hospitality.

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