it is amazing how God can turn around events in a twinkle of an eye to favour those who love Him. God knows what to do and when to do it. He changes times and seasons because, the world in its entirety are in the palm of His hands.

The story of Queen Esther, Mordecai and The Jews is one of those thought-provoking and encouraging stories that, celebrates the Almightiness of God. It takes a chronological order which explores how God arranges situations and events to favour His children and to glorify Himself.

Sometimes, you might wonder why things are not happening smoothly and speedily as you planned them to be, even when you are on a right path and relationship with God. Mordecai  probably felt the same way. He refused to bow down to Haman, who came after him and his kindred, to wipe them off from the face of the earth. While it lasted, Haman succeeded in all his plans to kill the Jews, and even made gallons where Mordecai would be hanged. At that point, God seemed silent, and watched Haman almost winning over His own people.

Are you wondering why God seems calm to your plights and challenges? You wonder why the enemy seems to be having an upper hand over you when you have a greater God in heaven?  You see, before everything you are passing through began, God has already arranged a way of escape for you, as He did for the Jews.God caused queen Vashti to refuse the royal order so that queen Esther will take her place. Queen Esther needed to be queen at that time, in order to plead the cause of the Jews in Shushan palace.

God knows how to influence situations and arrange events to work for your good. So, stop being anxious, rather trust the Master. At the time Haman least expected it, the table turned against  him; Mordecai whom he hated so much was used to replace him. That is what only God can do.

The same God who prevailed for His children in the time past  is still the same God today. He sees all you are going through, He has not forgotten you. Only do your part by being faithful and obedient, then leave the rest to Him. “For the LORD loves justice and does not forsake His godly ones; They are preserved forever, but the descendants of the wicked will be cut off” – Psalm 37:28

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