Let’s Talk Queen Esther!

Hey ladies, welcome to February Joy! A month dedicated to strength, empowerment, growth, and a renewed commitment to growing in God. As we begin the month of February, I want you to reflect on your New Year goals, what you had hoped to accomplish, progress in those areas, and any fears associated with them. 🌸

The book of Esther, tells us a compelling story about the rise of a young Jewish Queen. She had to hide her Jewish identity, during a time when it was dangerous to be Jewish. Although she found great favor with her husband and king Ashasuerus, her identity had to be concealed in order to survive. After an order had been put out to kill all Jews because of an angry noble named Haman, Esther at some point, had to be brave and step up to the king to save the Jewish people. Esther had to fast, she had to pray, and she had to take a leap of faith.

I want you to look at Esther and compare her story to a time in your life where you had to be brave and step out on faith despite fears.


  1. Please start by reading the bookmark of Esther
  2. Please get a pen and paper and write down your thoughts and ideas.
  3. How does Esther inspire you? How can you relate to her? What does she tell you about being brave?
  4. What does this exercise tell you about God and how he answers prayers?
  5. Do you fast and pray monthly?
  6. What are your goals moving forward with God?
  7. Do you believe that God can make a way for you?

So there you have it! We want you to finish this exercise feeling encouraged, and fearless. You are fierce! 💪🏽

Please interact with us, by placing some of your answers in our comments below this post. We look forward to your responses. 😌


14 responses to “Let’s Talk Queen Esther!”

  1. Come on ladies!! Let’s rock this week Esther style!!

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    1. Definitely doing this!

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      1. Hi Maria. Thank you for commenting! Please come back and share a time in your life when you had to be brave and face your fears like Esther! 🌸


    2. I started reading Ester and already I’m thinking to myself would I ever have the courage to end keep that secret to myself that My uncle told me not to tell

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      1. Hi Shanora, thank you for your comment. Esther had to be very cautious. Was there ever a time in your life where you had to face the impossible? Or did you let fear take over? 🌸


    3. I just finished the study of Ester and did the questions. It was amazing made me realize no matter what the situation I should lean on God and shall direct my path and to be brave we’ll have faith that Gods got my back through it all.

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      1. Good morning Shanora. We are beyond thrilled that you completed the Esther study! We loved your comments! We can’t wait to chat with you over at our Facebook group page!


    4. I like this Exercise

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  2. Yes there an few times and yes I let fear take over me and lied so I wouldn’t have to face the consequences but I was younger then now I have more Wisdom

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    1. Look at you. 😌 If you could help any young woman reading this post, who might be feeling down, or facing the impossible, what would you tell her?


      1. I would tell her I know at the point where your looking from it looks like your life may be over but it’s not. I know sometimes it may feel Gods not there for you but He is. He just waiting for you to come to Him and ASK for help and you go have FAITH that all things are possisble with God. The more time you spend with Him the better you will feel ❤️

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  3. What was it about Esther’s story that impacted you the most?

    We loved how Esther decided to fast and pray. How important is fasting to you?


    1. Fasting is something that I have to become disciplined in. Prayer is a part of my life

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      1. Hi Jeanette, thank you for your comment. Fasting is essential! We look forward to speaking with you during our group discussion Friday! Be fearless and be fierce! 🌸


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