As we approached Esther 9:20-32 and came to the first observance of the Feast of Purim, I saw in it a Biblical principle. I saw that this concluded a long list of Old Testament celebrations. The annual celebrations were to be a time when the people of Israel reflected on something wonderful that God had done. As they reflected on who God was and what He did on their behalf, they were to celebrate.
Principle: So, obviously God loves it when we have fun celebrating what He has done for us.
As New Testament believers, we need to celebrate a little more often. But, we don’t observe the Old Testament celebrations. Has God left us something to help us regularly remember His goodness and celebrate what He has done on our behalf?
Yes! And this sermon dives into this!
You can download my sermon notes by clicking this link: “Remembering and Celebrating What God Has Done” (Esther 9:20-32)
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