God can change your destiny; wait for imminent transformation

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God can change the destiny of any person. Representational image of Mordecai and Esther.

God can change the destiny of any person. No matter whether you are passing through any turmoil, He is able to change your life. And when God builds your life, that transformation would be imminent. But remember that God works at His own time and that would be the right time for you.

The Bible says, “God raises the poor out of the dust, and lifts the needy out of the ash heap. He set them among princes and makes them inherit the throne of glory.” (Ps. 113:8, 1Sam.2:8).

All human beings, especially every intellectual are anxious about their own safety and secured future. Every efficient government, industrial, financial and administrative institution strives to implement their well-planned short and long term commissions.

But the unprecedented political turmoil, financial instabilities, insecurity, individual supremacy and joblessness becomes the adversaries to the common people globally.

God can make you a blessing for the nation

Even then, God can change your destiny irrespective of day-to-day struggles and unending challenges. God can make you a blessing for the nation, even though you are facing miserable circumstances.

Bible explains the transformation of one Mordecai, a poor captive Jew. Esther, the Jewish queen of Persian King Ahasuerus, was the cousin of Mordecai. Persian King Ahasuerus ruled over 127 provinces from India to Ethiopia.

Mordecai was a leader of the people of Judah during the return of Zerubbabel from exile. (Ezra 2:2, Neh.7:7). He lived in Shushan, the capital of Persia. He brought up and nurtured his cousin Esther, whose parents were dead. (Esther 2:7).

When Esther was taken into the royal harem Mordecai had charged her not to reveal her nationality, which she kept to herself. And Mordecai walked every day before the court of the women’s house, to know how Esther did, and what should become of her.

At that time Mordecai diligently unearthed a plot against the King Ahasuerus by two of his eunuchs and saved the precious life of the King.

Mordecai honoured

When the King made Haman his chief minister, Mordecai refused to pay him obeisance. And that prompted Haman to plot to destroy Mordecai and all his race. He also managed to get approval of the King to his plan.

Now Esther got this painful news from Mordecai. She wanted to save her people from the destruction at any cost, and declared her plan to her subordinates.

Seeking the approval from the king, she planned for a splendid feast, inviting all the excellent majesties. Exceedingly happy at the banquet wine, the King called his queen near to him. The King asked “what is your petition, Queen Esther. What do you wish Queen Esther and what is your request? It shall be given to you… Up to half the kingdom!”

So, Esther narrated the episode and then the King arose in his wrath from the banquet of wine. He removed Haman from the post and placed Mordecai his chief minister.

Esther appointed Mordecai over the house of Haman. The King authorised Mordecai to reverse the decree in the king’s name and signet ring. Thus Mordecai became the deliverer of Jews.

Submit your burden to God

Don’t be swayed by the wise of propaganda and the general opinion, instead submit your burdens to the Almighty. Stand for righteousness, God will change your destiny for sure.

Bible says, “Be anxious for nothing, don’t worry about your life, what you will eat or drink. Don’t worry about your body, what you will put on,” because God cares for you.

Remember! Mordecai, who was sitting at the gates of King Ahasuerus was brought to the palace. At the right time, King declared him chief minister, and bestowed all national favour upon him.

Indeed, God can change your destiny, just trust Him.

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