Esther 2:7 “And he brought up Hadassah, that is, Esther, his uncle’s daughter: for she had neither father nor mother, and the maid was fair and beautiful; whom Mordecai, when her father and mother were dead, took for his own daughter.”

…From yesterday…

The word “beautiful” as used in Esther 2:7 from the Hebrew is translated to mean; “supernatural vision”, “of a higher nature”, “valuable in estimation”, “moral beauty or good”, “benefit”, “rich” and “appropriate”.

I took time to give those interpretations to let you know that God does not make nonentities and that all you needed to succeed and get to your throne in life are already imbedded on your inside. You don’t need to go looking for the tools for your rising; they are already loaded on your inside.

What you have inside far supersedes whatever is happening in and around you. As a believer, you need to quit looking outside of yourself; you must learn to look inside.

The problem of many people is that they keep looking at others, who are succeeding and wishing they have the same qualifications. That is most unfortunate because all they need do is look inwards. That man or woman you’re admiring have simply looked inside, brought out their beauty and started trading with it.

God didn’t create any man without an inherent beauty. He has kept a glorious vision within each and every one of us. What you also have within you is of a higher and superior nature. It is equally valuable in estimation.

Nothing on earth can be compared to the beauty you have within you. Note that it was not because Esther’s father and mother died, that she was given the beauty. God gave her that inner beauty long before she got to this planet. Her life had been preplanned by the Creator.

I want you to know that provision for your enthronement has been made long before you got here. That things are not going to plan in your life presently cannot and should not diminish your inner beauty.

To be continued…

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