Rabbi Richard Freeman

Esther 4:14-17; Matthew 10:37-39; 16:21-26; Mark 8:34-38; Luke 9:23-25; 17:32-33; 22:24-27; John 9:6-7, 24-25, 35, 39-41; 12:23-26

Purim is sometimes called the “Upside Down Feast” because Adonai “turned the tables around” - the Jewish extinction became the Jewish deliverance and the man who built the gallows hanged on them. The Kingdom of God is similar in that Yeshua’s principles are in stark contrast to the way the worldly system works. In the end, Adonai’s Kingdom is not “upside down.” He is simply placing us “right side” up!