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For some of us, we find the book of Esther to be a little out of place. For there is no mention of God; there is no mention of faith or worship; there seems to be nothing that makes this a religious text at all. Except, there is the invisible and invincible God of the universe working sovereignly to order every word and every action.
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Andy Voelker & Tom Goodfellow Frank Bolles CLC Congregation Tom Goodfelow Dick Jeffers Dan Jensen Daniel Jensen Tim & Rebecca Pratt Kenon Simmons Andy Voelker
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