Rich Gorman - September 3, 2017
Scripture: Esther 3:5
From Series: "Anonymous"
Esther is the only book in the Bible that does not have the name “God” in it. There is no mention of Elohim or Yahweh in the entire book. I guess you could say God is anonymous in Esther. But in other ways that aren't true at all. God’s handprint is seen throughout the book in many places. Isn’t life like that sometimes? What do you do when God seems anonymous? How do you trust God’s hand when you can’t hear God’s voice?
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