Could it be that Esther is more than the story of an orphan who became queen to save her people?
I believe God intended Esther's life to represent the transformation that He desires for all of His daughters. Because of the fall and subsequent removal from the garden, we were embedded with a sense of not belonging. Even if we had perfect parents, we can be driven by an orphan spirit that longs to be accepted and causes us to miss our true identity, believing we are unworthy to be chosen. This same spirit will cause us to live masked,(veiled) fearing that our authentic self, if exposed, would not be enough, which ultimately leads to further rejection and striving, or performing, to succeed and be seen. It sabotages the influence of our voices, causing us to shrink back rather than step up.
I believe God is calling out women today to walk in an Esther Anointing:
These women will walk in divine favor, shifting atmospheres in their homes, communities, and even nations.
They will be wrapped in an infectious love of the Father.
‘Fiercely loved’ will be their new identity.
They will have voices of influence and authority, and begin reclaiming territory for the Kingdom.
They will carry a boldness by the empowering of the Holy Spirit that will cause others to rise with them.
To release her, we must tend to the—the wounded soul--that keeps us focused on our pain and trauma instead of stepping into the royal position before us.
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Table of Contents
SECTION ONE: The Foundation
Chapter 1: An Invitation to Soak 17
Chapter 2: The Mission Statement of Jesus 23
Chapter 3: The Key to Freedom 33
Chapter 4: The American Gospel 43
Chapter 5: Realigning to the Kingdom 51
Chapter 6: Striving: The Enemy of Intimacy 57
Chapter 7: The Source of Life 67
SECTION TWO: Restore My Soul
Chapter 8: The Assignment on Your Heart 77
Chapter 9: A Sick Heart 89
Chapter 10: An Orphan Spirit 95
Chapter 11: The Orphan Spirit II 103
Chapter 12: Soul Ties 109
Chapter 13: Mother & Father Wounds 119
SECTION THREE: Freeing Captives
Chapter 14: Strongholds 133
Chapter 15: Strongholds II 143
Chapter 16: Generational Bondage 151
Chapter 17: Releasing Judgements 159
Chapter 18: Judgements That Hinder Assignments 169
Chapter 19: Releasing Anger 175
Chapter 20: Facing Your Fear 185
What Next? 195
The Author 201