Esther 5:5-6:8

Haman’s murderous plot against Mordecai and the Jews advances. But God has other plans. Together we’ll learn God is sovereign even when life doesn’t make sense.

Esther 4:3-5:4

The Jews are in danger and Mordecai pleads with Esther to talk with the king. Will she risk everything to save her people? Find out in this great study.

Esther 3:7-4:2

Hatred for God’s people is a common theme throughout history. We see today, and Queen Esther certainly saw it in her day, too. Hear more about Haman’s evil plans and watch as God moves to preserve His people.

Esther 2:16-3:6

King Xerxes is about to meet his new queen. Haman’s persecution intensifies. Mordecai takes a stand for God. The incredible story of God’s provision for His people moves along.

Esther 2:4-15

“The hand of God in the glove of history.” That’s the beautiful way Dr. J. Vernon McGee describes God’s providence in the book of Esther. Join us as the beauty contest to identify a new queen is under way and God’s plan (with the help of Mordecai) begins to unfold.


King Xerxes is depressed. Queen Vashti has embarrassed him, and his army is defeated by the Greeks. Servants devise a plan to cheer up the king. Come along as the plan they set in motion is revealed.

Esther 1:1-3

What is the meaning of the word “providence”? Is it similar to fate? Chance? What about destiny? That’s what we’ll discover in this study of the beloved Old Testament book of Esther.

2 Corinthians 12:14-13:14

No one denies that we live in a wicked world. Perhaps even more than in first-century Corinth. So how can God’s people live above that wickedness? Only by the power of the Spirit. So keep the faith and don’t allow your sins to pile up. Confess them and repent of them quickly and regularly. We are in Christ. We have His power to live a life that pleases Him.

2 Corinthians 12:1-6

Stories of people who have “gone to heaven” and returned always stir our curiosity. It’s hard to know what to believe. But in 2 Corinthians 12, the apostle Paul described what he saw when he was taken to the “third heaven” where sits the throne of God. He talks about this experience reluctantly—and with words like “inexpressible.” Find out what he saw and how that changes life here today.

2 Corinthians 11:1-33

If you’ve ever had to defend yourself, you know how uncomfortable it is. The apostle Paul faced bitter accusations from false teachers in Corinth and had to defend his right to speak with God’s authority. Discover Paul’s backstory in this chapter devoted to Paul’s life. In the end, what mattered most was a faith relationship with Jesus.

2 Corinthians 10:1-11:5

Don’t let looks fool you. Sometimes the most beautiful person you know doesn’t look that attractive on the outside—but look at their heart. That’s the lesson we learn about Jesus and about the apostle Paul—in contrast to the slick false teachers of the day. Don’t measure yourself by other men and women, look to Jesus.

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