For Such a Time as This

For Such a Time as This

It Was Great…But Not the Greatest

Sermon #11 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 9:1-10:3). Sermon in Sentence – “We must remember, celebrate and pass on to future generations that through His death and resurrection, Jesus Christ has brought about history’s “Greatest Reversal” by which He has turned our tragedy into triumph and brought everlasting peace to us who were once under God’s wrath.”

The Remedy that Reverses the Irreversible

Sermon #10 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 8:1-17). Sermon in Sentence – “The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the greatest news ever proclaimed because it is the only remedy by which condemned sinners may have their death sentence reversed.”

Hanged on His Own Gallows

Sermon #9 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 7:1-10). Sermon in Sentence – “In our sin, we construct our own gallows upon which we will die unless we fall before God, the Righteous Judge, and appeal to His grace that comes only through Christ.”

Reversal of Fortunes and God’s Providence

Scripture Reference:  Esther 6:1-14 Sermon in a Sentence In His sovereign providence and perfect timing, God acts on behalf of His people to reverse their fortunes by bringing about their salvation. Sermon Outline 1. Believers should be encouraged to know that when things are bad and headed for worse, the invisible hand of God is often at work through seemingly insignificant events to reverse our fortunes and bring about our deliverance. 2. Unbelievers should be warned that though circumstances may appear…

The Contrasts of the Christian’s Life

Sermon #7 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 5). Sermon in Sentence – “Believers must guard themselves against the fear of death and the devastation of pride by humbly approaching the throne of God with confidence in the finished work of Christ.”

Part 2: Decisions that Determine Destinies

Sermon #6 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 4:1-17). Sermon in Sentence – “Faced with decisions that define our future and determine the destiny of others, you and I must identify with Christ and follow His example.”

Part 1: God-Shaped Holes

Sermon #5 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 4:1-17). Sermon in Sentence – “When crises come, our first response, our identity and our hope should always be characterized by a robust faith in God.”

God’s Rule, Our Hope

Sermon #4 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 2:19-3:15). Sermon in Sentence – “Our hope does not rest in the ease of today’s or tomorrow’s earthly circumstances, but in the perfect, sovereign and certain rule of God.”

God’s Providence, Our Mess

Sermon #3 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 1:1-22). Sermon in Sentence – ” The eternal and majestic King of kings who providentially brings His plans to pass invites sinners like you and me to Himself in order to lavish His grace and mercy upon us.”

Jesus, the Greater King

Sermon #2 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 1:1-22). Sermon in Sentence – ” The eternal and majestic King of kings who providentially brings His plans to pass invites sinners like you and me to Himself in order to lavish His grace and mercy upon us.”

An Introduction and Overview of Esther

Sermon #1 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther). Sermon in Sentence – “Contrary to all outward appearances, God faithfully works behind the scenes to fulfill His promises to an unfaithful people living in a hostile culture in order to ultimately provide salvation to all who trust in Jesus Christ..”