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Browsing "Esther Sermons (written)"
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Esther 9:18-32 (The Days of Purim)

Jul 22, 2018   //   by Charlie Garrett   //   Esther, Esther Sermons (written), Old Testament, Old Testament (written), Sermons, Writings  //  No Comments

Esther 9:18-32
The Days of Purim

The 30th Psalm is one which could have been written specifically for the circumstances which surrounded the Jews during the time of Esther. Though it was written by David many centuries earlier, it fits their situation so very well. Other than the several references to the Lord, which are lacking in Esther, the contents reflect going from hopelessness to joy and from utter defeat, to triumph.Read the rest

Esther 9:1-17 (Rest from Their Enemies)

Jul 15, 2018   //   by Charlie Garrett   //   Esther, Esther Sermons (written), Old Testament, Old Testament (written), Sermons, Writings  //  No Comments

Esther 9:1-17
Rest From Their Enemies

The verses today speak of rest twice. But there is a difference in what they are saying, as you will see. There is a place of rest, and there is a state of rest. The two are not the same, but they can be united when the conditions are right.Read the rest

Esther 8:1-17 (Beauty for Ashes)

Jul 8, 2018   //   by Charlie Garrett   //   Esther, Esther Sermons (written), Old Testament, Old Testament (written), Sermons, Writings  //  No Comments

Esther 8:1-17
Beauty for Ashes

The term “Beauty for Ashes” has almost become a cliché saying among Christians today. You hear it on the radio a lot, and pastors and teachers toss it around like it was a cheap five-cent phrase. But it is something that really applies to those who mourn, and yet who wait patiently on the Lord.Read the rest

Esther 6:1-14 (The Man Whom the King Delights to Honor)

Jun 24, 2018   //   by Charlie Garrett   //   Esther, Esther Sermons (written), Old Testament, Old Testament (written), Sermons, Writings  //  No Comments

Esther 6:1-14
The Man Whom the King Delights to Honor

By the end of the verses today, Mordecai is probably the most confused man on the planet. He and his people have been set for destruction, and yet, his mortal enemy has come to him with a royal robe, and the king’s horse, and after placing the robe on him and placing him on the king’s horse, he has conducted him through the city square honoring him as a town crier would – “Thus shall it be done to the man whom the king delights to honor.”

As soon as that was over, the robe was removed, the horse was led back to the royal stalls, and he went back to sit at the king’s gate as if nothing ever happened.Read the rest

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