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Establish Her

Last month as I was finishing up last minute touches for this website, the Lord revealed to me something amazing about Esther 4:14.....I’ve always been drawn to the book of Esther but never had this revelation before! It’s “for such a time as this!”

What was highlighted to me was the breaking down of the name Esther. When looking at the first three letters {est} I was shown the word “establish.” We see Est. on many tee shirts, company logos and even wedding day signs. It’s a marker for when something was established. I then looked at the second part of her name, {her.} In my spirit I heard “establish her.” Immediately Genesis 2:22 came to me which I know by is 2/22 by the way!!! In Genesis 2:22, God created Eve from Adam’s rib. God established her. Woman.

I’ve been amazed by all the stories in the Bible that have a storyline of barrenness, women unable to conceive. Surely there’s reason and purpose. Sarah, Hannah, Rebekah, Rachel, Elizabeth. These women were remembered by God. And God in all His wonder, created miracles and these women conceived and gave birth to nations!! It was more than a child, it was for the generations to come!

Why would this same storyline be presented so much in the Word of God?! My belief is that it’s more spiritual than anything else. It’s about the birthing of God’s promises in the spirit realm. Why the struggle when seasons of difficulty come our way? The birthing pains of promises purposed for this time? Endless waiting. Ferocious fear. Overwhelming obstacles. Unfair situations. Disappointment after disappointment. Loss. Grief. Anxiety.

If we look back at things that in our own mind should’ve happened already or something God said should’ve came to pass, do we have eyes to see the enemy working? So many times his schemes and devices delay our path, our promises. His lies cause us to miscarry and even abort what God has placed inside of us since before we were placed on this earth. It’s evident and clear the enemy hates life and only comes to steal, kill and destroy.

Going back to Esther. Esther means “hide, conceal.” Yet her real name according to Esther 2:7 was Hadassah. Hadassah means “myrtle.” And myrtles represent the establishment of God’s promise. A myrtle tree symbolizes fertility. It’s growth and life. Joy. No more hiding. No more concealing and not feeling . “And who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this.” (Esther 4:14)

Establish her. Establish her. God would you establish her. The woman reading this, wherever she’s at in life established or not, established in truth or the world, establish her. In you, in faith, in love, in peace, in identity as your Daughter, Royal, righteous. Establish her as your Bride. Remember her Lord, God! Open her womb! I decree and declare her womb be opened to birth the promises that have already been established in your kingdom. I decree that no more will miscarriages and barrenness be in her land! Thank you, Father for the release of life in and over your Kingdom Creatives! For such a time as this for you will not cause pain without bringing forth delivery in Jesus Name!

"You yourselves write a decree concerning the Jews, as you please, in the king’s name, and seal it with the king’s signet ring; for whatever is written in the king’s name and sealed with the king’s signet ring no one can revoke.”

Esther 8:8

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