Your Inner Warrior
“And who knows if you may have attained royal position for such a time as this?” Esther 4:14
Diving into the book of Esther, I am frequently reminded of the strength, determination, faith, and boldness this woman of God represented. She saw injustices and stood up for what she knew to be true. She spoke against evil but did so humbly and respectfully. She fought with intention and made a difference. She acknowledged her need for guidance. She recognized her place and position - she was queen, daughter, sister, friend, and warrior.
We aspire to be like Queen Esther. She stood in the face of adversity and laughed because she knew the power her Father held. The battle was not hers, yet God placed her there to fight alongside Him and be His hands and feet. Often times, God helps us fight battles simply by equipping us to fight them. He knows what we can handle and helps us walk out His plans for our lives.
As Mordecai said, perhaps we have been born for such a time as this.
Today, billboards and social media outlets hold slogans about value, identity, and worth. Instead of turning to the world for our definition, we should seek out scripture and see what God tells us.
This is girl power. It’s using the voice God gave us for good. This is being a female warrior. It’s fighting instead of sitting. It’s speaking instead of cowering. It’s finding our place within His purpose. It’s recognizing that we are daughters of the High King.
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