God called the Israelites to be set apart from those around them. In the same way, God calls Christians to be set apart in Christ.
As with Esther, sometimes God puts us just where we need to be for a specific purpose, even if that means pushing us out of our comfort zone.
Just as with Esther, God still hears our prayers and can guide us through situations that appear impossible to overcome.
As was the case with Esther, we are reminded that there is no situation which God cannot turnaround.
Max discusses the importance of Purim and remembering God and God's faithfulness.
In this first session, Max Lucado discusses the importance of God's timeline and how trying to take matters into our own hands may have consequences.
For Session 2, Max Lucado looks at the repercussions of Jacob's behavior and his relationship with Laban
Max Lucado continues his discussion of the relationship between Jacob and his uncle Laban.
For the penultimate session, Max Lucado delves into the famous story of Jacob wrestling with God as well as Jacob's relationship with Esau.
In this final session, Max Lucado looks at Jacob's decisions as a way to see how God is sometimes explicit in the path we should take.