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Esther

The Story

May 31, 2020 • Ann Moore

CONTENT NOTE: This message was delivered to a mixed room with children present. Due to this fact, we avoided the very accurate words like “rape” or “trafficked”. You will hear softer phrases like “this was against her will” or “she was taken”. But we want to clearly state that Esther did not desire this. She was trafficked into this situation. She was forced to have sex with the king. And yet, God used this horrible situation for his glory.

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