Month: April 2012

Setting the Focus for Esther’s Call II

Esther’s Call I was a study of Esther chapter 2. You may find the links to the audio recordings on the Esther’s Call page of this blog site. We learned about the process to become queen, and found some interesting parallels for life application.… Continue Reading “Setting the Focus for Esther’s Call II”

On Being Promoted in Babylon

Sometimes we are sent to what seems like an undesirable place, and it’s for a long time. No one else is born again. The environment is hostile to us and our faith (regardless of countless professions, sometimes). We are continually tested to see if… Continue Reading “On Being Promoted in Babylon”

Reciprocity!

Foundational to our promotion is our relationship with Jesus Christ. He is the power of God and the wisdom of God, made for us wisdom (1 Corinthians 1:24, 30). The opposite of wisdom is foolishness. Throughout Scripture there are many contrasts given between the… Continue Reading “Reciprocity!”

God Decides

promotion–to be high, to rise or raise (#7311, Strong’s Concordance) Psalm 75:6 is one of the most misquoted verses, in my opinion. Before we get to that though, let’s take a quick look at the warnings before and the encouragement after verse 6. Before… Continue Reading “God Decides”

Prevented from False Promotion

prevent–to keep from happening or existing Here’s the story: Balak was king of the Moabites. He sent a delegation to bring back Balaam to curse the Israelites. God told Balaam he was not allowed to go and that the Israelites were blessed. Balak sent… Continue Reading “Prevented from False Promotion”

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