Vital Signs - Monday, January 6, 2020


I will go to the king, even though it is against the law. And if I perish, I perish (Esther 4:16, NIV).


Remember the story of Esther. You couldn’t go to the king unless you were called in. That was the law. To save her people, Esther made a decision to go before the king, even if it meant her own life.


God’s law of holiness requires we should be like Him in character. It is a law that requires flawless and fervent obedience.


And so, how can I go into the king? Do you remember what the king did to Esther? He held out the scepter which is a staff that symbolizes sovereignty and authority. That is exactly what our King does to us. He holds out the scepter of grace for Christ's sake.


You can go to the King today and approach His throne of grace with confidence, no matter what your fears may be, the King will hold the scepter of grace out to you.


He’s your Daddy, enter with confidence!

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