His Plans for You are GOOD!
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Dear King's Daughter,

This month, we are excited to give you regal reminder in God's sovereignty and faithfulness. Jeremiah 29:11 gives us absolute assurance of God's incredible plans your life. “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” (Jeremiah 29:11).

We pray you wholeheartedly trust in God's timing and purposes. In every season, He is good. His plans are for your hope and future. His plans are for His glory and your blessing! Continue to spend time in His presence and in His Word. He will reveal His kingdom plans for you step by step, day by day.

Regally,
Ginnie & Sarah

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5 Creative Ways to Celebrate Your Sphere this Easter
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1.) Easter Table Decor 

Set out your Regal Blessing Cards - Special Cross Edition at each place setting.
Now your table is filled with truth + beauty!

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2.) Easter Guest Welcome

If you are hosting family or friends this Easter, place a copy of Trading Up in their room with a Regal Blessing Card! There’s no better way to welcome a guest than with the Word of God in living color (photo features Bouquet of Blessing Fine Art Giclee by Ginnie Johnson).

 
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3. Regal Coffee Date

Who in your life who doesn’t know  Jesus yet? Why not take them to coffee to catch up, and ask the Holy Spirit for an opportunity to talk about Jesus. Easter is a perfect time when Jesus can naturally flow into conversation–especially if you give them a Regal Blessing Card.

 
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3. Power Walk

Go on a power walk with purpose! Ask a few friends on an “Easter Walk” and talk about why you are thankful for the cross. Bring a handful of Regal Blessing Cards.

 
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5. Group Gathering or Meeting

Share your Regal Blessing Cards  with women in your Bible study or organization.
Pictured: This March, Sarah shared  Regal Blessing Cards with the
Women’s Co-Op at Mission Emanuel in the Dominican Republic!

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RECEIVE HIS ALL!
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Dear King's Daughter,

Can you believe spring has sprung? Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and Easter and Passover are coming! Easter and Passover are powerful times to reflect on the priceless gifts made available to us by the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

In true King’s Daughters form, we made an A-Z list on the cross above (and this is just the beginning). Take some time to look up each verse and enthralled all over again by the power and purpose of the cross!

Here are a handful of verses...

HIS All “And he said to him, ‘Son, you are always with me, and all that I have is yours.” Luke 15:31

HIS Deliverance “The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, because He has anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed.” Luke 4:18

HIS Greater Works “The works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father.” John 14:12

HIS Inheritance “Giving thanks to the Father who has qualified us to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in the light.” Col. 1:12

HIS Triumph “Thanks be to God who always leads us in triumph in Christ,” 2 Cor. 2:14

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Receive Your Esther Calling
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Dear King’s Daughter,

Have you ever been called to do something for God's kingdom that was completely out of your comfort zone–or even dangerous? That is exactly what happened to Esther, a Jewish girl who risked her life to save the Jewish people. 

Tonight at sundown to Thursday evening, we celebrate Purim. This Jewish festival reminds us of Esther's courage in approximately 455 B.C.. It is a joy to celebrate Jewish festivals as Christians who have been grafted into our Jewish roots (Romans 11).

We encourage you to read the book of Esther during Purim! Enjoy "Esther's Top 20 A's" from Ginnie's study, capsulizing Esther's journey from an adopted orphan to an abounding heroine. She is also model for Christians to stand with and for Israel.

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1. Adopted - Mordecai took Esther for his own daughter - Esther 2:7
2. Available - Esther was willing to go to King Ahasuerus' palace - Esther 2:8
3. Anointed - Esther was given all things for purification - Esther 2:9                                 
4. Adored - 
King Ahasuerus loved Esther and her winsome beauty - Esther 2:15-17
5. Appointed - The King selected and favored Esther to be his Queen - Esther 2:17
6. Accoladed - The King held an elaborate "Esther's Feast" in her honor - Esther 2:18
7.  Anonymous - Esther kept her Jewish heritage secret obediently - Esther 2:20            
8.  Advocate - Esther alerted the King of Mordecai’s name - Esther 2:22                 
9.  Afflicted - Esther was grieved by Haman's death decree of the Jews - Esther 3:4
10. Alerted - Esther gathered info to find out what was and why - Esther 3:5
11. Appeased - Esther sent Mordecai clothes to appease his wailing - Esther 4:4
12. Afraid (Momentarily) - Esther excused herself from divine risk taking - Esther 4:11
13. Accepts Warning - Esther warned by Mordecai and encouraged to stand up for her people - Esther 4:14
14. Agrees- Esther agreed to take action and called a 3 day fast to receive God's further instructions - Esther 4:15-16
15. Arises - Esther courageously invited the King to a banquet - Esther 5:1-2
16. Advances - Esther’s feast for Haman and the King exposed evil - Esther 7:3-4
17. Appeals - Requested of the King to reverse decree against the Jews - Esther 8:5
18. Authorizes- Esther sealed and executed the reversal of the death decree with the King’s signet ring - Esther 8:8
19. Accomplishes - Hanging Haman’s sons canceling  generational curses - Esther 9:13
20. Abounds - Feast of Purim time celebrates deliverance and victory from Esther's actions! There was feasting, joy, honor, gladness, gift giving, & celebration for two days thanking God and the queen! - Esther 9:2

Esther was called "for such a time as this"– and so are you.

King's Daughter, you are invited to receive an Esther calling! God has given you gifts, talents, opportunities, and platforms to use in your sphere of influence for His glory and kingdom. He has also given you a mandate to pray for and stand with Israel (Psalm 122:6). 

How will you use your voice?

"For if you remain completely silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place, but you and your father’s house will perish. Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?” Esther 4:14

Regally,
Sarah & Ginnie

p.s. Enjoy "Top 10 Ways to Pray for Israel" and discover how King's Daughters has stepped into our Esther calling by supporting Israel with our voice and a portion of every sale.

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Love Is....
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What a beautiful description of love in 1 Corinthians 13. 
First and foremost, this verse describes our heavenly Father's love. He is patient. He is kind. He keeps no record of wrongs. His love never fails. He islove. 

As you receive God's love, you will give God's love to the people around you. His love will cause you to be patient, kind, not easily angered, and keep no record of wrongs. The biggest receivers are the biggest givers!

King's Daughter, delight in God's love all over again this Valentine's! Reflect on each line of 1 Corinthians 13:4-8. How has God loved you? How has He been patient with you? How has He been kind? How has He protected you? How has His love never failed you? Then ask the Lord how you can show this kind of love to the people around you.

We're excited about creative ways King's Daughters is coming alongside you this Valentine's Day to celebrate the women and girls in your life as King's daughters with truth and beauty: NEW Heart Regal Blessing Cards, Valentine's Notecard Collection, E-Cards and more! Happy Valentine's Day!

Regally,
Ginnie & Sarah

p.s. Enjoy falling in love with the Lord "All Over Again" this Valentines with Sarah's song below.


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