Esther 10:1-3

Esther 10:1-3

Why is it mentioned in verse one about the king laying tribute? What’s the significance of this? How do we see James 4:10 exemplified in Mordecai’s life?Mordecai was a man of war and a man of peace, as seen in verse 3. How is this also how Jesus...
Esther 9:17-32

Esther 9:17-32

How is the 14th and 15th day of Adar celebrated today?Joy is mentioned over and over in this passage, but the Jews had some things to get through to get to this point. Share summary of their journey to joy.Do you think the Jews would have experienced this level of...
Esther 9:6-16

Esther 9:6-16

As mentioned before, Haman is representative of our fleshy nature. With this in mind, why was it so important to kill off Haman’s ten sons?In verse 13, Esther asks for the ten sons to be hanged, or some translations say impaled on a pole, if they were already killed,...
Esther 9:1-5

Esther 9:1-5

How are these verses a picture of things to come and how they will be?Go back and read Esther 3:2-4 and compare this with the passage in Chapter 9. How would you characterize the change?When the first decree of Haman went out, the Jews probably didn’t foresee...
Esther 8:15-17

Esther 8:15-17

How are these verses representative of what happens when someone chooses the second eternal decree of life?Read verse 16 again. Did the Jews still have to deal with the first decree of Haman? Share your thoughts on this.Verse 17 says many became Jews. This joy, the...