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A Day to Celebrate (10 of 11)
Series: God's Perfect Work Through Imperfect People
We're in a series on Sunday nights through the book of Esther. In this book we have seen God's Perfect Work Through Imperfect People. This is our tenth message in the series as we come to the last part of the ninth chapter in Esther.
We have had a bit of time off from this study for various reasons but now we're back to finish up where we left off. Over the next two weeks we'll wrap up our study in a nice, neat bow. We will finish our series next Sunday night.
But for now, let's remember what we've seen thus far. ***Judd reads Esther from his Bible*** So tonight, our subject is A Day to Celebrate. READ ESTHER 9:20-32 -- PRAY
*If you think about it, there are all sorts of reasons to celebrate. In fact, there are many days throughout the year that we celebrate. We have national holidays, patriotic days, personal days, family days, religious days. But think for a moment of the personal days of celebration in your life. November 29th each year I celebrate the day I was born. (Not that I had anything to do with it, I'm pretty sure my mom did all the hard work). November 23rd each year I celebrate the day I was marriage. (Not that I had anything to do with it, I'm pretty sure Stephanie did all the hard work). March 15, 1989, the day I was saved; when I trusted Christ as my Lord and Savior. July 2, 1995, the day I publicly surrendered to the ministry. February 27, 2005, the day Jake was born. December 14, 2006, the day Judd was born. April 9, 2008, the day Anna Kate was born. October 22, 2010, the day Sadie was born. June __, 2013, the day _________ was born. These are special days. These are days to celebrate!*
We all have days in our lives that we celebrate, and it's important to do just that. It's important to remember that we have a reason to celebrate. Far too many times we focus on the negative instead of the positive. We remember the bad ...
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