LifePoint Kids – November 27

by Nov 27, 2022Uncategorized

You can do what you should even when you don’t know what will happen.

In week four, we discover the story of Esther in the Book of Esther. Esther had no idea how God would use her when she was chosen to become Queen of Persia. But, her cousin Mordecai reminded her that God put her in that role to rescue the Jewish people from Haman’s plot. Esther knew what could happen if the king didn’t approve of her asking for his help . . . but she knew how much more was at stake for God’s people if she didn’t try. She found the courage to go to the king and ultimately saved her people.




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