Esther 4:14

We are called to position ourselves to understand fully who we are, in order to take our stand in times such as these. All of us have a role on this earth, and our Father God is so eager to help us into it.

In my book published this December, called The Posture Principle, I share twelve principles to help you, using five keys I have learned in my own life. These are spread over a period of three weeks, during which you go deep into God, listen, and build intimacy with Him. We are called, first and foremost, into a close and loving relationship with our Father God. Without that, we accomplish nothing. That is our starting place for the whole of life.

I also keep us aware that God usually calls the broken, the weak, and those who have had no voice. Esther was one who had no voice. She was promoted to the king’s court, as Queen. Her voice delivered a whole nation. Read about it in the Book of Esther in the Bible! In Esther 4:14, she was given a choice. Her choice meant life or death for her and for her whole nation.

We have no less a calling, for our King and Kingdom. So come, learn, meditate on truths, and find out principles to practice that lead you into all truth (John 8.31,32). This short starter post is a taster for what is to come….

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Esther 4:14 ‘For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and your father’s family will perish. And who knows but that you have come to royal position for such a time as this?’ NIV

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