Days to be Remembered: The Book of Esther



So these days were to be remembered and celebrated throughout every generation, every family, every province and every city; and these days of Purim were not to fail from among the Jews, or their memory fade from their descendants. - Esther 9:28

At a time of crisis for the Jewish people, Mordecai told Esther "...if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place..." God was not mentioned by name, but Mordecai knew that God was there and in control. The choice Esther had to make was whether she wanted to be a part of God's wonderful plan - or not. 

We all have the same choice. We can choose to be a part of God's miraculous work, or we can choose to watch it unfold from afar. Join us for this series in which we explore the joys of working with God and of choosing to be used by Him to work His unstoppable will. 

01/06 Introduction: Amalek, Agag, and Kish
01/13 Battle of the Sexes (Esther 1:1-22)
01/20 Beauty Pageant/God Save the King (Esther 2:1-23)
01/27 The Lot is Cast (Esther 3:1-15)
02/03 For Such a Time as This (Esther 4:1-14)
02/10 Never Enough (Esther 4:15-5:14)
02/17 "Coincidences" (Esther 6:1-14)
02/24 Not Even Feet Obey (Esther 7:1-10)
03/03 Redemption and Rejoicing (Esther 8:1-17)
03/10 Across the Land (Esther 9:1-19)
03/17 Commemoration (Esther 9:20-10:3)
03/24 Conclusion: Purim and the Cross 

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