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Celebrating Purim with the Jews

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People have lost hope and have doubt instead of faith in God. People need to turn to God like Queen Esther and her people did.Esther 9:27-28 states, "The Jews established a tradition for themselves and their descendants and for anyone who would join them. The tradition was that a person should never fail to observe these two days every year, as they were described and at their appointed time. So these days must be remembered and observed in every age, family, province, and city. These days of Purim must not be ignored among the Jews, and the importance of these days must never be forgotten by the generations to come. " (Source: GOD'S WORD Translation)

This is the appointed time to support and join the Jews because we serve the same Lord. Purim is observed by reading the book of Esther, gifts of food, charity, feasting, and merriment.

Purim is a 2 days’ feast. We will stand with the Jews in celebrating and remembering Purim on sundown Saturday, March 11 to sundown Monday, March 13 for 2 days (14th and 15th days of Adar), which is written in Esther 9:21 and 9:27.

God is no respecter of persons, what He did to deliver the Jews, He will do the same for America, Israel, Venezuela, Romania and Finland. No matter how great our enemy is, our Almighty God is greater.

. According to one commentary, the basic message of Queen Esther’s story is this: “no matter how hopeless your situation may seem, never lose hope” 

There are 12 steps to help you and your family celebrate Purim, while also helping you become a highly favored, anointed, and blessed saint. This article is posted in its entirety at http://www.manifestthetruth.com/purim-march-11-13-2017.html.


The result was God’s judgments were executed against their enemies.

Like Queen Esther, the Gentiles must take a stand against the enemies of the Jews.