Teachings on Providence
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Watch (Video) Listen (Audio) Pastor Keith Explains how we are in judgement through one man’s sin, but clothed with righteousness through one Man’s righteous act.
Watch (Video) Listen (Audio) Pastor Keith shares Paul’s sail to Rome. The men on the boat listen to the “experts” instead Paul who was proclaiming God’s plan. Paul went from prisoner to captain by following the Holy Spirit in the midst of adversity.
Watch (Video) Listen (Audio) Paul’s case is heard before King Agrippa. Paul share’s his conversion story and asks Lord what do you want me to do. King Agrippa is almost convinced to be a Christian and Festus does not believe. Pastor Keith encourages us to also ask the Lord what He wants us to do
Watch Video Pastor Keith shows us in Acts 19 that God used Paul specifically to do unusual miracles. The idol makers tried to shut down the teaching, but the gospel prevailed.
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On the day that the Jews were to be annihilated, the opposite actually occurs, and the Jews overpower their enemies. Mordecai becomes famous for rescuing the Jews from their terrible fate. The Jews celebrate with feasting and gladness as they vanquish their enemies all over the region. They establish the holy day of Purim to celebrate the time that Esther successfully petitioned the king and order all generations of Jews to celebrate that day each year. Video (Watch) Audio (Listen)
Video (Watch) Audio (Listen) Queen Esther, at the banquet provided to her by the king, petitions the king to save her people from annihilation. The king discovers that Haman was behind the plot to exterminate the Jews and orders him to be hanged on the gallows that Haman had prepared for Mordecai. Mordecai is ordained the head of the house of Haman and is given his signet ring. Esther pleads with the king to revoke the order against the Jews…
Esther Chapter 6 describes the events before the next banquet that Esther prepares for the King and Haman. The night before the banquet, the King could not sleep and the chronicles were read to him. He discovered that nothing had been done for Mordecai who had informed the king of a plot against him. Haman ends up having to honor Mordecai in the way Hammond wanted to be honored. Pastor Keith shows us in Psalms 37 to not fret. God…
The Jews, mourning the news of the decree made by king Ahaseurus, send word to Queen Esther of their imminent destruction. Mordecai sends a plea to Esther to appeal on her people’s behalf. Esther commands Mordecai and the Jews to fast for three days and nights and agrees to appeal to the king. Pastor Keith demonstrates how sometimes people are placed in positions where they are working undercover for the Lord. These people may not always be aware or even…
Mordecai, Esther’s cousin, refuses to bow to Haman, who was recently promoted by King Ahasuerus. This offends Haman, who decides to seek revenge against not only Mordecai, but all the Jews. Haman advises King Ahasueres to write a decree against the Jews for following their own customs, and not the king’s. Letters are sent to all the provinces with instructions to annihilate the Jews and plunder their possessions.