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The Gospel According to Esther

It's a strange story about a morally compromised beauty star, but there's good news in the Book of Esther.

Editor's Introduction

In a previous preaching skills article on PreachingToday.com, Hershael York challenged his fellow-preachers to use their whole Bible in their sermon schedule—even those parts of the Old Testament that make us sweat or cringe. Based on 2 Timothy 3:16 ("All Scripture is God-breathed ...

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