Scripture Reference: Esther 1:1-22
Sermon in a 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.
- Unlike King Ahasuerus, the King of king’s majesty and glory outstrip all others, and His kingdom is eternal.
- Unlike King Ahasuerus, the King of kings sets His plans in motion through seemingly insignificant circumstances and decisions.
- Unlike King Ahasuerus, the King of kings does not invite people like you and me to His banquet because of our inherent worth or beauty, but rather because we inherently lack those things.
- Unlike King Ahasuerus, rather than exploiting us and exposing us to shame, the King of king showers His grace and mercy on us.