Queen Esther and the Ring of Power by Russell Stendal Review & Giveaway
About the Book
This is an in-depth look at practical and prophetic meanings in the book of Esther. Esther, representing the morning star, is part of a symbolic story of how the people of God triumph after an evil force (Haman) obtains the ring of power and sets a date to completely destroy the people of God. The Lord places the story of Esther in the Bible as a special prophecy regarding the end times we live in and the imminent destruction of evil.
About the Author
Russell Stendal, a former hostage of Colombian rebels, is a lifelong missionary to that same group in the jungles of Colombia. He is an influential friend to military and government leaders in Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela, and the United States. Russell goes wherever the Lord leads, whether it’s to speak with a president or to go deep into the jungle to help an individual in trouble. He has witnessed thousands commit their lives to Christ.
A Snippet from the Book
The Lord has been waiting a long time for a bride (queen) without spot or wrinkle or any such thing. He desires to put his queen on display with the crown of the kingdom.
However, she who is presently the candidate for the crown has made her own banquet and will not respond to the orders of the King. She has been under the care of all these spiritual “eunuchs.” This is the exact same situation that is going on now all over the world.
Esther is important in the Bible. She helps save people while risking it all. What I liked about this book is that the author included scriptures and talked about them. He did not just give his opinion. Esther is a great person to read about. I learned some things about her as I read through this book. The author did a great job explaining the significance of different numbers and why Esther was doing certain things. I am giving this book a 5/5. I was given a copy to review from Aneko Press, However all opinions are my own.
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