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The following is obvious in Esther 9:1-4–
What is not so obvious is what we learn about greatness from Mordecai. The reason Mordecai was feared was because he was great in the king’s house (v. 4). He was excellent in the king’s house. He was advanced in the king’s house. In less than one year, Mordecai experienced a dramatic promotion! Talk about a fast track! That his fame spread throughout all the provinces means that the people “heard intelligently” the reports of Mordecai. These were true reports as he became “more and more powerful” (AMP, v. 4).
Greatness inspires others to assist us and further our cause. But, kingdom queens, we have to show up. I suggest that there are certain luxuries that are no longer ours once God crosses us over into greatness.
This is what it means to be great in the King’s house. Father, make us aware of this grace. Amen.
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