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4. Facing the Impossible
March 26, 2017 09:22 AM PDT
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Today Pastor Matt continues our series on Esther with a message called "Facing the Impossible." If you remember from last week's sermon, Queen Esther's cousin, Mordecai, has told her that the evil counselor Haman has issued an order to have the Jewish people killed, and Esther does not know what to do. She wants to ask her husband the King to save her people, but he does not know that she is Jewish, and no one is allowed to approach the King unless they are invited, because the King will have them put to death. But if she doesn't ask the King to save her people, she knows she will disappoint God. What to do? It's "Mission Impossible!"

See how Esther handles her impossible mission and learn how we can respond when God gives us impossible missions, too.

3. The Evil One Behind Everything
March 19, 2017 07:46 AM PDT
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2. God in the Wings
March 12, 2017 07:44 AM PDT
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Today Pastor Matt will be continuing our series "Esther: The God Behind Everything" with a lesson from chapter 2 of Esther. This chapter is the story of how Esther became King Xerxes's queen and shows how even when God seems hidden, He is still working "in the wings" (in the background) and is always there with us.

1. Esther - The God Behind Everything
March 05, 2017 05:15 PM PST
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We’re starting a brand-new sermon series this week, titled "Esther… the God behind everything."

Pastor Brian will give the first sermon today, titled, “Living like there is no God” from the book of Esther, chapter 1. This sermon lays the foundation for the book of Esther. It’s the only book in scripture that does not mention the name of God—yet His hand is evident everywhere. Part of the first half of the sermon is about how Satan works to disrupt God's plan of redemption. Even though the King in the book of Esther does not seem to be aware of God, God is still present. Sometimes it appears God is silent, but His greater story is still in motion.

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