Esther 3:7-4:2

Haman the anti-Semite plotted to eradicate the Jewish people, tricking King Xerxes into signing their death warrant. But God was preparing a little scheme of his own against Haman.

Esther 2:16-3:6

Esther is picked to be King Xerxes's new queen! Meanwhile, Mordecai happens to overhear a plot against the king, and saves his life. And at the same time, Haman, the enemy of the Jews, began to scheme.

Esther 2:4-15

Possibly the first beauty contest in history, as Xerxes's officials suggest a way to replace Queen Vashti with another more beautiful. And as Esther is picked as a candidate, we see God's hand through imperfect situations, arranging events to preserve his people.

Esther1:4-2:3

Xerxes, king of Persia, wined and dined his generals as he sought to fire them up to engage the Greeks in battle. And it was to be a losing cause; but God was arranging things for the preservation of his people.

Esther 1:1-3

The introduction to the one book that never mentions the name of God~! Instead, it is a book about how God works his purposes mysteriously through human history for the benefit of His people.

2 Corinthians 12:14-13:14

Magee proposes that the greatest sin in all the world is… to reject Jesus Christ. Jesus gave his all to redeem us. And Paul poured out his live for the sake of those who had not heard the Gospel.

2 Corinthians 12:1-6

The Apostle Paul was caught up to the third heaven, and heard words which it was not permitted for a man to speak! And for this he was given some unnamed affliction, a "thorn in the flesh," to keep him humble during his ministry.

2 Corinthians 11:1-33

Paul lists his credentials as a true apostle, as opposed to the phoney self-proclaimed apostles who were throwing the Corinthian church into confusion.

2 Corinthians 10:1-11:5

Paul felt it necessary to defend his ministry in the face of much opposition, because some did not recognize his spiritual authority. Whom God calls, he also vindicates.

2 Corinthians 9:6-10:4

Christ is a giver... he gave us everything. God is a giver... he sent his Son, and we ought to emulate God in our giving. God loves a cheerful giver!

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