My servant women and I will be doing the same. After that, I will go to the king, even though it is against the law. If I must die for doing it, I will die. Esther 4:16
The attitude we assume in face of attacks from the enemy will be what decides whether we win or lose. Many of us stay behind, full of complaints and interrogations that do not allow us to act with courage. It is as if we were unaware of the power of God and gave more credibility to the power of darkness.
We assume a position which is not worthy of the children of God and those who claim to know Him; for the one who knows Him acts on the knowledge that our help comes from above and that He will not go away but give us the strength to conquer. That is why our attitude must be that of a warrior who does not fear attacks; on the contrary, he faces them with courage.
Esther boldly took on attacks from Amman and faced him, to the point where she would die if she had to. But she was not going to stand by idly; she was willing to do anything to defend her people.
Let us not stay behind because it is up to us whether the war is won or lost. There are many who depend on us and, if we do not face such attacks, they will suffer the consequences of our cowardice.