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No Falling Word Schedule

12/02/18 - "Binding the Strong Man - Part 1"
                    Esther 8:1-17
12/09/18 - "Binding the Strong Man - Part 2"
                    Esther 8:1-17 
12/16/18 - "Holy War - Part 1"
                    Esther 9:1-32  
12/23/18 - "Holy War - Part 2"
                    Esther 9:1-32 


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Liam Goligher is a native of Scotland and earned his D. Min at the Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson MS. He was a minister of churches in Northern Ireland; Canada; two churches in Scotland; and in Richmond, London before becoming Senior Minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia PA in 2011. He has authored several books and contributed to many others. Dr. Goligher has served on the boards of many Christian ministries, including as a Trustee of the Keswick Convention Trust in the UK. A popular conference speaker, he was invited to Keswick eight summers. He and his wife Christine have been blessed with three daughters, two sons and numerous grandchildren.

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Posted: December 09, 2018

History tells us that many Jews were prominent in the Persian Empire and influenced the course of history:  Daniel and Nehemiah to name a few.  But only Esther was in a position to save a nation.

Posted: December 02, 2018

Satan holds a firm grip on the things of this world…until the Strong Man overcomes him and foils his plans. Liam Goligher shows us how God, through Esther, foiled the plans of the house of Haman.  But the devil is not finished and a hurdle remains. Find out what that hurdle is, and how Esther prevails.

Posted: November 25, 2018

After a period of considerable silence, Esther prepares to speak the truth to the king.  In the midst of her second banquet for the king and Haman, she makes her plea: Grant me my life…and spare my people.  And with those words, her plan—and God’s—are complete.

Posted: November 18, 2018

Pythias, a loyal supporter of the king, once made a simple request:  that his son might be exempted from military service.  The result?  His son was cut in two.  Making a request of the King is dangerous business for Esther, too, but unlike Pythias, Esther is in the will of God.

Posted: November 11, 2018

On a fateful night in Susa, two men are sleepless, both thinking of the same man: Mordecai.  The King wants to honor him, giving a rich reward to the man who has saved his life.  Haman, on the other hand, has just the opposite in mind as he spends his night plotting to build gallows on which to hang the Jew who has vexed him for so long.

Posted: November 04, 2018

It’s been said that God is on the field when He is most invisible.  That is certainly true as Haman plots the death of Mordecai, and King Xerxes calls for the chronicles of his reign to be read on a sleepless night in Susa.  What transpires could only come from the mind and the hand of God.

Posted: October 28, 2018

A soldier stands behind the king with a mighty ax. At Xerxes word, the ax will fall and Esther will be just another victim, her only crime, an appearance without an invitation. But she finds favor with the king and God’s plan for the protection of His people begins to unfold.

Posted: October 21, 2018

Liam Goligher reminds us that we must see both God and Satan in Scripture, and nowhere is that more evident than in the Book of Esther. An invisible war rages in Susa between the forces of evil and the people of God. Esther and Mordecai have been caught up in that war and have become players in it. But they are not mere pawns.

Posted: October 14, 2018

The news of the coming destruction of her people reaches Esther. While she is deeply distressed, her human nature tells her that there is little she can do.  Perhaps, she reasons, harm won’t come to me since I am the queen. Esther sees both her duty and her destiny as queen. It’s a duty not only to save her people, but also to halt the plans of antichrist himself acting through Haman, a man of formidable power.

Posted: October 07, 2018

Esther has been chosen queen because of her beauty, but circumstances will soon reveal that there is much more to the queen than her outward appearance. She is about to become the central figure in a drama that could jeopardize her life and determine the future of her people.