The story of Ehud is one of my favorite stories of the Old Testament – probably because Ehud is left-handed just as I am. In a world of right-handed people, we find ourselves having a disability. The great thing about Ehud, though, is that he didn't see his situation as a disability: he saw it as an opportunity. The king was not afraid of Ehud's presence because he was seen as weak. In fact, Israel might not have even selected Ehud as its leader because of the perceived weakness of being left-handed. These problems didn't stop Ehud, though, and God used his "weakness" as a strength in defeating the oppressive king. What are your weaknesses, and how might God want to use them as strengths for His glory?