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Book Of Esther Truths

Do you folks think that if Christians know and understand the spiritual revelations in the Book of Esther, that we would surrender our lives to the Father in every single area of our life?

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Suffering and Humility is prerequisite to Mirth and Honer. If we [women] what the Honor and Influence of Esther, then we must accept the process. The nature of myrrh [the herb] is that it goes down bitter, but then it releases a Sweet Aroma. How many of us want the sweet, but we are not willing to take the bitter with the sweet. If you don't want suffering, choose Vashti's way. There is high price to pay for any woman who wants Esther's Throne.

---Reiter on 11/14/06

What did Esther prepare herself with? Six months of myrrh, which represents His sufferings in death and hers with Him (crucified,died, buried and crucified with, died with, and buried with) and six months of perfume representing His life and hers with Him (quickened, raised, seated and quickened with, raised with, and seated with). She submitted to that washing and anointing before she went in to Him.
---Linda6563 on 11/1/06

You can find that principle in the six steps (with a riser and a tread) to King Solomon's throne. The riser is what Jesus did, the tread is how it affects us right here right now. There are lions on both sides of the steps. Two is the number of witness and there you have the witness of His victory in the earth. You can also find the identification principle in the twelve loaves of bread on the table of shewbread. Twelve is six doubled and represents divine government.
---Linda6563 on 11/1/06

No revelation of the death will keep a man wondering if the King will receive him. No revelation of the life will keep him earthbound. There are many different aspects of the revelation of Christ found in the book of Esther. The one you received is but one and the one I have received is but one. They are all needed to bring balance, alignment, and effectiveness to the Church.
---Linda6563 on 11/1/06

Criticism is usually the "bark" of the carnal mind that has been confronted with the truth as it really is.
---anonymous on 11/1/06

I was actually referring to the revelation that once Esther prepared herself for an entire year to go in and see the King, and He accepted her, that she found favor with him and once Esther SURRENDERED to the King, he gave her anything she asked for. Think about it. Once you surrender everything to Jesus, He will give you the desires of your heart and much much more, but the act of obedience and surrender must go hand in hand like it did with Esther.
---Donna9759 on 11/1/06

7 And he brought up Hadassah, that is, Esther, his uncle's daughter: for she had neither father nor mother, and the maid was fair and beautiful; whom Mordecai, when her father and mother were dead, took for his own daughter. Mordecai was a type of the Holy Spirit. He looked after Esther every day. "When my mother and father have forsaken me, the Lord will lift me up." Very powerful indeed.
---Donna9759 on 11/1/06

Jack, may I ask you a question please? Is there a reason you don't answer the question at hand, but instead, you zoom in on someone else's answer and pick out something they said and critique it in a negative fashion. Why do you do that? What's the purpose in that? Are you the only one with the truth?
---Anonymous on 11/1/06

The same life flowing in the head flows through every member of the body and if that life is not enough to reign over sin, then Jesus failed in what He came to do. Also, I do believe that sin no longer has dominion over me because I am not under the law but under grace. That's Scripture so any issue you have is with what my Father said and not me. The gospel effectually works in them that believe.
---Linda6563 on 10/31/06

I am as dead to sin as Jesus was dead when He died and I am as alive to righteousness as Christ is alive right now at the right hand of the Father. I don't know of any dead men who have a problem with sins of the flesh...and alive unto righteousness, well, yielding to the Spirit within will never result in sin. I am as righteous in Christ as He was made to be sin. I believe He went all the way. How about you?
---Linda6563 on 10/31/06

I believe Jesus is the exception. He that is joined to the Lord is ONE SPIRIT with Him. Before the provision of the cross, I had "condemned" stamped all over me. That meant I was uninhabitable. Now I am stamped with "No Vacancy" because He fills every part of who I am. And we know He doesn't dwell in the presence of sin. Jack, don't get your eyes on me. Keep them on Jesus and let's not measure the outer court, okay?
---Linda6563 on 10/31/06

Jesus is the only one without sin and able to cast the first stone. And He who is able to condemn justifies even the ungodly. I did not say that I was not without sin lurking in my members, thereby fulfilling the Scripture you were so quick to throw at me. In that, I have sin obviously, but He rules and reigns over that sin, does He not?
---Linda6563 on 10/31/06

I just choose to take my place of rest with Him seated in the heavens and when He shows up in and through me in His Lordship ruling and reigning over that sin lurking around in my members, I get to show up with Him. One is a sinner by birth in Adam, Jack, not by actions and I have been born again and have been cut off from a degenerate vine and grafted into Christ, the true vine.
---Linda6563 on 10/31/06

Linda, the Apostle wrote, "If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth [Jesus] is not in us."

Do you think you are the exception?
---Jack on 10/31/06

I believe that if people could see that the hanging of one man set a whole nation free and reversed a curse against them, we wouldn't have so many arguments about whether a born again believer is still a sinner or not.
---Linda6563 on 10/31/06

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