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  • Esther: Righteousness Rewarded

    Contributed by Kevin Higgins on Sep 26, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    Will we pursue righteousness or rewards?

    Esther 8:1-17 Righteousness Rewarded Woodlawn Baptist Church September 26, 2004 Introduction As we get closer to the end of our walk through the book of Esther, I want to tell you that I have really enjoyed the things the Lord has been teaching me through the study. A well-known preacher one time more

  • Changing The Unchangeable

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Oct 27, 2003
    based on 40 ratings

    God can change anything

    Sept. 14, 2003 Esther 8 “Changing the unchangeable” INTRODUCTION “Chippie the parakeet never saw it coming. One second he was peacefully perched in his cage. The next he was sucked in, washed up, and blown over. “The problems began when Chippie’s owner decided to clean more

  • What To Expect When Bad Things Go Good Series

    Contributed by Larry Finley on Sep 30, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Wonderful things happen when God turns the table!

    WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN A BAD THING GOES GOOD! 9/23/09 Esther 8:1-17 S__ L__ R__ 1. Hebrew Word Found in Esther 9:22 a. “turn” – overthrow; overturn; transform b. Psalm 30:11 You have turned for me my mourning into dancing: You have put off my sackcloth, and girded me with gladness; more

  • Righting A Wrong Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Sep 3, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    A study of the book of Ester 8: 1-17

    Ester 8: 1-17 Righting A Wrong 1 On that day King Ahasuerus gave Queen Esther the house of Haman, the enemy of the Jews. And Mordecai came before the king, for Esther had told how he was related to her. 2 So the king took off his signet ring, which he had taken from Haman, and gave it to Mordecai; more

  • Dealing With Injustice Series

    Contributed by E. True Neilson on Jan 29, 2015

    Though God is never mentioned in this book, his fingerprints are all over the story of the heroic Esther and Mordecai. Study along as we discuss the ins and outs of living for God in a godless culture.

    LIVING FOR GOD IN A GODLESS CULTURE ESTHER 8:1-17 Introduction - Erik (5 minutes) Hook: Eddie Mosley story -Wives got presents for 10 kids -Dropped all the presents at 1 kids house -Came home, found out, rewrapped presents in target parking lot -Talk about injustice. Review: • Haman had more

  • The Victory Continues Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Sep 29, 2012

    1. Mordecai’s new reward (vs. 1-2 & 10:1-3). 2. Esther’s new request (vs. 3-6). 3. The King’s new ruling (vs. 7-10). 4. The Jews’ resistance (vs. 11-14). 5. The Jews’ rejoicing (vs. 15-18).

    For Such a Time as This Part 8: The Victory Continues Esther 8:1-17 & 10:1-3 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - July 15, 2012 BACKGROUND: *About 500 years before Christ, Esther the secret Jew was chosen to be queen of the Persian Empire. Esther was put there by the invisible Hand of more

  • The Great Reversal Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Aug 18, 2019

    God did a great reversal. On an individual level, everything that Haman has and craved for, ended up with Mordecai. On a national level, the Jews were given the right to fight for their survival, against sure extermination.

    The enemy Haman has been removed. The King’s anger subsided. Mordecai has gotten his recognition, but the problem remains. • The removal of Haman is not the end of the problem for the Jews. There’s still an unfinished task. The first edict of the King issued through Haman still stands. • The more

  • Netanyahu, Purim And The Enemies

    Contributed by Gabriel Agbo on Mar 7, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his recent Purim message responded to the continued threats of annihilation of Israel by the enemies of the Jewish state by reminding them of the biblical story of Haman.

    Netanyahu, Purim and the enemies By Gabriel Agbo The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his recent Purim message responded to the continued threats of annihilation of Israel by the enemies of the Jewish state by more

  • A Counter Decree Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jun 23, 2021

    Our lives face much adversity at times, but we can rest in the sovereign hand of God. Thankfully His Word is forever settled and it will never be altered or countered by the devices of men or Satan.

    A Counter Decree Esther 8: 9-17 Although much had changed in a short period of time, work remained for Esther and Mordecai. We must understand the process involved regarding an official decree of the king. Once a decree was signed, it could not be altered or changed. It remained law until it was more

  • A Glad Light Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Feb 9, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    The book of Esther explains the origin of the Feast of Purim and ensures that it would be observed by all future generations of the Jewish people (Esther 9:28). It reveals Divine providence to save the Jews, explains Human responsibility, and absurdity of wickedness.

    Theme: A glad Light Text: Esther 8:15-17 Greetings: The Lord is good and his love endures forever. Introduction: The name Esther means ‘Star.’ The Persian word “star” refers to the Babylonian love goddess, Ishtar. The Hebrew name “Hadassah” (Esther 2:7) means “myrtle” (John MacArthur). The book more

  • Are We Willing To Pay The Price?

    Contributed by Chris Swanson on Dec 13, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    We should not anticipate receiving blessings just for being faithful to the Lord. Those blessings and rewards will come in due time.

    In the previous chapter after Esther’s intercession, Haman was hanged due to his plot to kill Mordecai. While we ought not anticipate natural awards for being unwaveringly faithful to God, they frequently come. Esther and Mordecai were dependable, even to the point of taking a chance with their more