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All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.

2 Timothy 3:16-17

“Undercover Missionaries” – Esther 4 (Tuesday 5/18/21)

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…

“Liar Liar, Pants on Fire” – Acts 5:1-26 (Sunday 5/16/21)

Pastor Keith explains how Ananias, with Sapphira lie to the Holy Spirit about the price of their property and donation and compares it to how we can act like we are glorifying God with what we give and not be honest about it. The main problem here was hypocrisy. The rest of this passage in Acts 5 showed the great presence of the Holy Spirit in the disciples. People brought the sick out and were healed. This same presence and…

“Manipulators Always Lose” – Esther 3 (Tuesday 5/11/21)

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.

“Mother’s Influence” – 2 Timothy 1:5 (Sunday 5/9/21)

Pastor Keith reminds us of how influential mothers are. In 2 Timothy 1:5 Paul shares that the sincere faith was first lived in Timothy’s grandmother Lois and his mother Eunice. Members of their congregation share beautiful and emotional testimonies of their mothers’ and grandmothers’ unfailing love and support.

“A New Queen” – Esther 2 (Tuesday 5/4/21)

Coming to his senses after his royal decree against Queen Vashti, the king realizes that he is in need of a replacement queen. Arrangements are made to gather many young, beautiful virgins in order to seek a replacement. Among these is Esther, cousin of Mordecai, who is a beautiful orphaned Jewish girl. Esther impresses the king’s eunuch who advises her on how to seek the king’s favor, which she succeeds at. Esther is made Queen and a feast is prepared…

“I Can’t Stop Praising His Name” – Acts 4:1-31 (Sunday 5/2/21)

In Acts 4, When Paul and Peter were preaching to the people that the lame man was healed by the Lord Jesus, they were told by the Sadducees and priests not to speak in the name of Jesus anymore.  In Acts 4:12, they proclaimed “nor is there salvation in any other name, for there is no other name under heaven among men by which we must be saved.  After being threatened, Peter and John replied in verses 18-19 that they…

“The Queen Gets the Axe” – Esther 1 (Tuesday 4/27/21)

King Ahasuerus rules over a large portion of the ancient middle east and decides to throw a banquet to show off the riches and splendor of his kingdom. After drunkenly carousing for many days at a time, the King summons his Queen to show off her beauty to his constituents. In an unprecented act of rebellion, Queen Vashti refuses to obey her King’s command, which angers the King, and after consulting with his officials, the King sends out a decree…

“God Did it! Not me” – Acts 3 (Sunday 4/25/21)

In Acts 3 the topic of the lame man asking for money at the temple is explained. Peter tells him to look at us and the man was expecting to receive. Peter tells him in verse 6 to rise up and walk in the name of Jesus, then Peter, with no indication of healing takes him by the hand and the lame man is healed (Acts 3:7). The people were amazed, but Peter reminds them is was done through the…