Esther

The Great King of Persia had an evil advisor, named Haman, who convinced the king to sign a decree condemning all of God’s people to death. But God provided a “savior” to deliver his people: Esther, the Queen of Persia, who was secretly a Jewess. In order to save her people, Esther knew she had to go before the king to plead for their salvation. But no one could go before the king without an invitation; the penalty was death. So Esther asked the people of God to pray and fast for three days. Then, after three days, she approached the throne room. Learn how Esther’s remarkable deliverance on the third day anticipates the story of Jesus, the True Savior of God’s people, and his deliverance from death on the third day!

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