by Jim Perdue

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God Wins in the End (11 of 11)
Series: God's Perfect Work Through Imperfect People
Jim Perdue
Esther 10:1-3

Tonight, we conclude our series through the book of Esther. Throughout this study we have seen God's Perfect Work Through Imperfect People.

We have seen God raise up Esther to rescue His people from impending doom. We have seen God's faithfulness to His people through the most difficult circumstances imaginable. We have seen Mordecai's faithful service to the king and to the God of the Bible. And we have seen God's miraculous protection of His chosen people.

Tonight, we come to the final chapter in Esther as we consider the subject, God Wins in the End. REAT TEXT - PRAY

*One of the reasons it is possible to go on in spite of struggles and disappointments and heartaches is because we know that in the end, God wins. Before we get to that triumphant ending, however, we have to plod through some difficult chapters in our own lives. Chapters where the plot is convoluted. Where pleasure comes only in short sentences. And where pain often forms rambling paragraphs that go on, page after page. Though suffering may grate against us and sometimes it seems that heaven is silent, the story of life does come together in the end. As God's children, we will indeed live happily ever after. I know that your life might not feel like a fairytale, but if you're a follower of Christ I can promise you a happy ending. No matter what tragedies we have to endure upon this earth, God will triumph over those tragedies in the end. No matter what you face in this life, remember - God wins in the end.*

To some, talking about God winning in the end sounds too good to be true. In fact, in our day, many believe that religion is a placebo for the ignorant masses. It calms our nerves simply because we believe it.

But trust me, this is not the ''pie-in-the-sky'' and ''sweet-by-and-by'' kind of hope. This is the hope rooted in scripture and as strong as God Himself. READ ...

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