What I’ve Learned from Admitting What I Don’t Know

“Fake it ‘til you make it.”

Being an expert is a very real thing in our culture; especially here on social media.

Esther has been teaching me just the opposite over the past couple of years.

Esther understood that she didn’t know what she needed to know. In humility, she went to the person who knew; someone on the inside of this community – Hegai, head over the women in the king’s palace. Esther got close to the person who understood how this community worked; the one who understood the palace, the king, and had the wisdom, discernment, and knowledge she needed.

As I’ve looked at the unique relationship between Hegai and Esther, I’ve wondered about this relationship. What caused these two to connect?

I’ve got some ideas.

Check out Esther 2 for yourself. What do you think
may have brought these two together? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

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  1. Gayle Eason says:

    I have my copy!! This study is an exceptional tool for studying Esther. It also gives you tools for reading and understanding all of scripture. Lynn and Amy created a rich guide to Esther. One that should be digested in small bits so that you don’t miss a single opportunity for God to speak to you. Thank you, Ladies!!!

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Thank you so very much, Gayle! We really appreciate your encouragement!

      1. Donna Tanner says:

        Are there videos to go with this study

        1. Lynn Cowell says:

          Hi Donna, they do not. My first Inscribed Bible study, Make Your Move, does have teaching videos but HarperCollins Christian has decided not to do videos with the new Inscribed videos.

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