Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this? Esther 4:14
People call it many things. In my life, I call it providence.
As stated before, the Book of Esther has no mention of God. Yet, His “providence” is clear to see in the life of Mordecai and Esther.
Too many incidents take place that leads to the conclusion of the book for you to call it coincidence or blind luck.
Mordecai believes it too as evident from today’s scripture.
Perhaps, as queen, she is in an exemption to the new decree to kill Jews.
As queen, she is definitely in a position to help her people.
Mordecai also tells her “Do not think in your heart that you will escape in the king’s palace any more than all the other Jews. For if you remain completely silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place, but you and your father’s house will perish.” Esther 4:13-14
When God is not in your life it’s easy to not credit anything to Providence. It’s easy to blame others, coincidence, luck, or chance.
Is it by chance that someone dies, stands before God in judgment, and eternally condemned?
Is that coincidence or just bad luck?
It is by the word of God that it happens because God warned through His word of these things.
Salvation is also by the word of God – faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. Rom 10:17
I am here, for such a time as this, to preach, teach, and live the word of God.
I find my fulfillment in Him and God has a purpose for you too!