Daylight at Midnight is a devotional study of the book of Esther that reminds us that God is greater than our circumstances. Read about Esther who was used by God for the deliverance of her people at an especially dark period in Israel's history. Paperback.
At a dark and terrifying period in Israel's history, the story of Esther reminds us of the light that shines from God's providence, his love and continued faithfulness towards his people. Daylight at Midnight traces this dramatic story as we see a young Jewess become a Persian Queen and be used for the deliverance of her people. As the central characters are examined and the plot unfolds, we are challenged to reflect on personal applications, aided by end-of-chapter questions. Crucially, through seeing Esther's obedience, Mordecai's faith and Haman's opposition, we are reminded of the thrilling and undeniable fact that God is greater than Satan's schemes.
Jane McNabb is an experienced conference speaker, serving on the FIEC?'s women?'s team, London Women?'s Convention and London Ministers' Wives Conference. She is the author of an excellent biblically based Christian book on Esther, written for women and she also teaches English and helps to run the international relational work at her church. Jane McNabb is married to Wesley, a minister in Plumstead and they have two children. She also enjoys reading, listening to music and spending time with friends and family in her spare time.
A practical study of the book of Esther, suitable for women of all ages and spiritual maturity.
Daylight at Midnight is a devotional book for women of all ages. At a dark and terrifying period in Israel's history, the book of Esther reminds us of the light that shines from God's providence, and his love and faithfulness. We watch as the young, beautiful Esther is placed in the position of Queen to be used for the deliverance of her people.
Key lessons are learned from the other characters. Through Mordecai we are particularly drawn to his passionate love for God's glory and his vision for the future.
Haman illustrates us of Satan's destructive yet limited power. Ultimately we are reminded of the thrilling fact that God is greater.