Are We Living As Esther?

Updated: Jun 8

My day has been jam packed since I woke up this morning. Tree roots in main sewage line, finished chapter 8 in a 16 chapter book called the Keys of the Kingdom, had a series of conference calls, dealt with some education material disclosures, had two CPA tutoring sessions with two more today and was able to read the entire book of Esther completing it just a few minutes ago. I wonder what the second half of the day will be like? Who knows these days? Never really as I expect.

In completing my Bible reading, as I always do, I ask God what am I to get out of this reading you directed me to. Well, have you ever asked for something that you knew was right to ask for but when the answer came back you wished you had not asked? Well, that was me today. However, I was told to share so here it goes.

Hopefully you can see that history is repeating itself once again.

Esther is the 17th book of the Bible. Did you know that? The 17th letter of the alphabet is Q. We relate to Q as disclosure of truth and predictions when written to later be seen as truth. I guess one might think that Q prophesies. I am not sure about that but I am sure that what we have been told is future does prove past.

Some facts about the book of Esther.

  1. Do you know that this is the only book of the Bible that does not mention God one time? Out of all the books of the Bible you can go check it out and see the truth in this. That is not to say that God was absent. His presence permeates much of the story, as though He were behind the scenes coordinating “coincidences” and circumstances to make His will happen. - Where are we today? God has been taken out of everything and yet we see His perfection working behind the scenes coordinating all circumstances to His glory. Now many would think this not so. Many more would want to know why is our governmental leadership not standing up for what we think they need to stand up for. You know - shots, virus truth, economy, etc. etc. etc.

  2. It took eight feasts to systematically build and resolve suspense, the author constructed the story chiastically—using a Hebrew literary device in which events mirror each other inversely. Early listeners to the story would have recognized significant events and followed the rising tension with understanding. It was one person, a female none the less, that was a servant of God and had the courage and tenacity to make God's will happen. I want go into the Cyrus positioning here because it would produce the same result. It was one person, maybe or maybe not ordained by God, but definitely was being used by God to do His will. See God doesn't come to earth and do His own bidding. This was never to happen as He gave humanity dominion/rulership over all living things on earth at creation in His Covenant with Humanity. So it is now. We had one person, really, stand up to the whole world of Cabal and told them they were going down. There was no way he, Donald J Trump, could have done that without the backing and leadership from God. Why do I say this with such bold comment? It is becasue that throughout Biblical history the challenges made by humanity to uphold God's will it was one man who lead the charge or in the case of the Jews it was Esther. See women you do have a major role in all this world. Go fact check me. Look everywhere in the Bible and tell me if it was a group of people that led the people in any battle for God's will. Therefore, many think because t