More Than Coincidence

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More Than Coincidence

(A Sermon Based on Esther 8)

Life can look like a string of coincidences or a line of dominoes that just got pushed over, but is it more? This sermon is designed the help the listener see God’s invisible hand in their very visible lives. It teaches both how and why a person can know that Esther’s story is their story too.

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Pride's Pole

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Pride’s Pole

(A Sermon Based on Scripture Selections in Esther 5 & 7)

Pride is not just a sin. It’s the sin. It is public enemy number one. It is that which separates us from God and people. Why exactly is that? And, more than that, what does God do about that? Listen in.

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Purpose Empowered

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Purpose Empowered

(A Sermon Based on Esther 4)

God had placed Esther at the right place at the right time. He’s done the same for you. Will you answer the call? This is a sermon that examines the place of your purpose, the threat on your purpose, and the power that powers your purpose. This sermon takes a hard look at the purpose God places onto the lives of his people and the purpose God has fulfilled for his people through his Son.

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The Unambiguous in Life's Ambiguity

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The Unambiguous in Life's Ambiguity

(A Sermon Based on Esther 2)

There is a whole lot more ambiguity in life than we often like to admit to ourselves. This can be especially hard for Christians who want to live lives of light for the Lord. When you live in Persia though… sometimes there are you in the mud of it all. This is a sermon that seeks to show a biblical and Christ-centered path forward in situations that seem painfully ambiguous.

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The Better King

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The Better King

(A Sermon Based on Esther 1)

We begin our journey into the book of Esther. We look at this Persian King. We get a look at the marginalization of Christians. We think about ways in which we might be tempted to enter the world of Xerxes badly and one true way we might be able to enter seeing Jesus as The True King.

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