If you’re in a swirl of spiritual warfare
The material below are from Bob Sorge’s book “Power of the Blood”
If you’re in a swirl of spiritual warfare right now, and not quite sure how to take on your enemy or how to move forward, let me tell you what to do. Get sprinkled with Christ’s blood, come into the throne room, and stay there. The most militant thing you can do is draw near to God.
The book of Esther contains the story of two queens who broke the law.
While both Vashti and Esther broke the law of Persia, the way they did it made all the difference in their respective destinies. Vashti broke the law by spurning the king’s summons when he had requested her presence (Esther 1:12); Esther broke the law by drawing near to the king at a time when her presence was unsolicited (Esther 4:11; 5:1-2). Vashti broke the law by staying away; Esther broke the law by drawing near.