Queen Esther began as young Hadassah, a well cared for orphan from Susa. The Lord set a chain of events in motion to give her exposure, opportunity, and then a kingdom. After a time of royal living, He called her to her duty as a national intercessor. MANY lessons are available in this book, and we learn about the selection process, God’s Mordecai in our lives, the nature of a revealed enemy, and more.
Click here to listen: The Power of Remembering In this final lesson of Esther’s Call II we learn how to remember a deliverance from God. Purim is the name for the two days of feasting, rejoicing and sending gifts — the alternative to taking spoil….
Click here to listen to this teaching: The Spoil [There was a bit of technical difficulty with this recording, so I had to record again. My apologies for the delay.] Guiding Principle: Sometimes the victory is in seeing the hand or work of God prevail….
Have you ever been made to feel guilty or to question your expression (worship, prayer, praise, etc.) toward God because of the teaching that God is not moved by emotions? I have. Earlier in my walk I fit the description of children in Ephesians…
As we work toward concluding our teaching series on Esther’s Call, this next session is about what I am calling the Christian Distinctive. That is, the characteristic that marks us as uniquely Christian. We find the qualifying list in 2 Corinthians 6. Part of…
Click this link to hear the teaching: Impact Principles covered in this session: Being underestimated better positions us to see God get the glory in a situation. It is important to maintain vision in the heat of battle. It is not about the impact we…
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