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.
Impact. It means collision, or the force created by a collision. It is the effect or impression of one thing on another. It is the power of making a strong or immediate impression. One of the joys of being an “idea person” is learning…
Click this link to hear recording of the teaching call: Greatness in the House of the King The following is obvious in Esther 9:1-4– It was the day of battle, the 13th day of the 12th month. Haman meant it for the Jews’ destruction;…
We identified three strategies against your revealed enemy. Prevailing Providence The Positional Approach Reversing the Work of the Revealed Enemy There is your revealed enemy, and there is the work of your revealed enemy. Separation from one does not guarantee separation from the other….
Hello again, Kingdom Queens! Will you read with me Philippians 1:3-6, please? I thank my God upon every remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making request with joy, for your fellowship in the gospel from the first day…
Opening Prayer Your Revealed Enemy, Pt. 3 When I grew up I heard frequently that it’s not what I said, it’s how I said it that matters most. It’s not what I do, but how I do it. Now I know that it’s both….
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