Many great movies are stories of deliverance. From Saving Private Ryan, to Lone Survivor, to every fairy tale Disney has produced, we love stories where the heroes are delivered from certain doom. These stories strike a universal chord because they give voice to what we all long for and hope and pray is possible: to be delivered. We long to find deliverance from all the struggles and issues of life, whether they be health related, marital, familial, or deal with our kids, or finances or jobs, we want to be delivered from our struggles. As we finish our series in Esther we come to the deliverance of God’s people. The harm that was decreed against them is turned to be their rescue. And in their story we find the story of the Bible, the story of the God who delivers and our story as well.