Esther - Wednesday Service - 7 PM

  • The book of Esther has rightly been called a treatise on the Providence of God. It is a most unusual portion of Scripture - one in which God Himself is never named. Through this device we are reminded that even when He works invisibly, God always works. Like ourselves, Esther did not live in an age of miracles, but she served a God who nevertheless controls the events of this world and works them to His own ends. It is also a book intended to bolster our faith in God. Insurmountable difficulties melt away like spring snow as soon as God turns His eye upon them. The people of this God may bear up under the worst of circumstances, certain that He will work all things together for their good.