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Sermons - Esther

Lessons on True Leadership Esther 1 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:49:13 2013-09-08 PrideAuthoritySovereigntyChronological History of IsraelSubmission The Chronological History of Israel and Judah Series - Number 143. The first chapter of Esther not only shows us the providence of the Lord, it also provides us with rich narrative on how not to treat your spouse, and how not to seek counsel.
Not Ashamed Esther 2-3 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:57:23 2013-09-15 AuthoritySovereigntyChronological History of Israel The Chronological History of Israel and Judah Series - Number 144 We can’t live a life of denial and expect God to recognize us. The Book of Esther teaches us that the Lord is working, apart from us, in spite of us, or through us. His will is sovereign, and His Word, once sent out from Him will not return to Him void, but will accomplish what it has been sent to do. The question we must ask is what part we want to have in God’s will. Whether that is in the daily of our lives, or the divine appointments He has set up. How wonderful—what an incredible privilege to be part of His great plan for the saving of souls, for showing mercy, and the love of Jesus.
For Such a Time as (What Is) This Esther 4 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:51:02 2013-09-22 GraceFaithSovereigntyChronological History of IsraelObedience The Chronological History of Israel and Judah Series - Number 145. "Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?". Why were you brought into the kingdom of God through your relationship with Jesus, to have a saved soul and a wasted life? On the contrary, we have been brought into a kingdom for such a time as this, but what is the 'this' to which God has called us?
The End of the Matter Esther 5-10 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:53:43 2013-09-29 Serving the LordSovereigntyChronological History of IsraelObedienceSubmissionFree Will The Chronological History of Israel and Judah Series - Number 146. God’s will is to be accomplished, without you, in spite of you, or through you. It is for this that you were brought to this place and it is now time to step up. Through the miraculous perhaps, but more often through daily obedience. It is in daily being a "good and faithful servant" that the Lord will use us in even greater things.

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