The Decree of Esther: Changing the Future through Prophetic Proclamation

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Baker Books, Nov 1, 2004 - Religion - 192 pages
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In the last days the saints will be falsely accused. Even today Christians feel the sting of judgment. But despite widespread discussion of the end days, modern Christians have left out a major truth from public dialogue and personal practice: the power of spiritual proclamation.

Using Esther as an example, Aaron Früh gives readers practical strategies for overcoming the false accusations of the enemy and writing decrees that change the course of their lives and prepare them for Christ's return. Just as Esther reversed the curse on the Jewish people in Persia, modern Christians can write their own decrees of protection and provision.

Anyone interested in the state of our nation today, including pastors, intercessors, worship leaders, and teachers, will find valuable insight and practical help for healing the individuals and communities around them.

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Beauty on Display
The Myrrh Anointing
Obedience in Two Dimensions
The Fallacy of the Palace
Deliverance and Enlargement
Please Remain Standing
How to Make a Godly Appeal
How to Cancel Judgments against You
Gateways into Our Future
How to Write Decrees
The Esther Decree

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Aaron Früh is senior pastor of Knollwood Assembly of God in Mobile, Alabama, and has been a television host for TBN. He has traveled extensively on overseas missions and, in addition to pastoring, is currently involved in humanitarian work in Israel. He and his wife, Sharon, have four children and live in Point Clear, Alabama.

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