Queen

If Mordecai was a descendant of Kish, he had royal blood. King Saul, was the son of Kish, see 1 Samuel 9:1, 2. As a descendant of Saul, Esther was already royal. She didn’t become queen because she married a king; she was already a queen because of her royal blood.

Esther 2:5,6. “At the time there was a Jewish man in the fortress of Susa whose name was Mordecai son of Jair. He was from the tribe of Benjamin and was a descendant of Kish and Shimei. His family had been among those who, with King Jehoiachin of Judah, had been exiled from Jerusalem to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar. This man had a very beautiful and lovely young cousin, Hadassah, who was also called Esther.” New Living Translation

“What we want to do is not nearly as important as what we want to be.” Growing Strong in the Seasons of Change, by Charles R. Swindoll

Writing is not something I do; I am a writer because it is in my DNA. That’s why I kept diaries, and then journals, for most of my life.

It doesn’t matter that I have not published a book. It doesn’t matter that I have not won a literary prize. I am a writer because I write.

What do you want to be?

What’s in your DNA?

Dear Father God,

Help us to be the best in all we do. Help us to find the gifts that You placed in our DNA. We give You the glory for our success. 

In Jesus Name,

Amen

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