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Hershael York

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For Such a Slime as This

Though God may seem absent, his power comes through our sin, failure, and imperfection.

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Introduction

I. Esther's moral compromises

II. Our moral compromises

III. God's sovereignty in our compromise

IV. God's glory in our brokenness

Conclusion

Hershael York is pastor of Buck Run Baptist Church in Frankfort, Kentucky, as well as Professor of Christian Preaching and Associate Dean of Ministry and Proclamation in the School of Theology of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.

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