Thursday, March 1, 2018

Home Sweet Home #360

Esther: Purim: The Charm of Home
Hello and welcome to Home Sweet Home! Today is Purim, this holiday celebrates Esther's story in the Bible. The book of Esther is about a Jewish orphan girl who rose up to become a Queen of Persia. She had faith in God so strong that her actions of intercession delivered her people from genocide. (Actions prove your faith.) Esther is the only book in the Bible that doesn't mention God, but God approves of Esther's actions that is why she is allowed this book in the Bible. She models biblical womanhood. The holiday of Purim was established during Esther's time to celebrate how God delivered his people.
There is a stark contrast to the two women in the story. The reigning Queen Vashti is not obedient and she gets exiled from the kingdom. Esther is faithful and obedient and gets married to the king and crowned in the kingdom. Esther glorifies God by her actions.
This post and A Woman of Virtue are for all of you women out there. Jesus is reaching out to you with this scripture and teaching you what he wants in a woman to glorify God.

There are always a lot of great posts here at the Home Sweet Home party.  Here are a few that caught my eye.

Waiting and Trusting by Bless This Empty Nest.

Easy Weeknight Meal Plan Volume 20 by FiveSpot Green Living.
*I will be absent next week and there will be no Home Sweet Home party but, it will return on Thursday March 15th. 


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Pam Richardson said...

Thanks so much for hosting, Sherry! I love the book of Esther, thanks for sharing!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

I too like the book of Esther. Thank you for the party and enjoy your holiday, Sherry. ...Blessings...Sandi


Thank you for the party Sherry.
Have a nice end of the week.

living from glory to glory said...

I was so glad to see this post many years ago did a study and celebrated this it was really interesting! I love how you always share such good and reliable resources. May you have a blessed month of March! I will try to send an email soon! Love, Roxy

Crystal Grandeur said...

Thank you for hosting the link party. Always enjoy your posts. Hugs Sujatha:)

Deanies Stash said...

Thank you for the party. Hope you have a great week!

xo Dianne

Daniela said...

Dear Cindy,
thank you for hosting each week such a lovely party and sharing such an inspiring post!

Wishing you a most lovely day, today,
and weekend ahead

XOXO Daniela at ~ My little old world ~

Claire Justine said...

Thanks for the party :)

Treat and Trick said...

Thanks for hosting, am going to check out those beautiful link you have here..

Donna Reidland said...

Enjoy your trip and thanks for hosting!