Esther 8:11-14

Esther 8:11-14

Notice the first strategy for protection in verse 11 is the Jews gathering together. How is this also needed for followers of Jesus?Think back to earlier in our study about Haman’s heritage/ people group. How is the decree to destroy, kill, and annihilate all...
Esther 8:7-10

Esther 8:7-10

Think of Romans 6:23. What law was in effect that we needed to be saved from, much like the Jews, by a second law? (Romans 8:2-3)The king gave Esther and Mordecai the authority to write another decree to counteract the one written by Haman. We too, have been given...
Esther 8:1-6

Esther 8:1-6

Find and share verse that summarizes the biblical truth displayed in verses one to two.Esther and Mordecai are not content with just saving themselves, but want protection for their people, too. What Godly characteristics does this exemplify?The king took the signet...
Esther 7:7-10

Esther 7:7-10

As mentioned before, it’s been said that Haman is representative of our fleshly nature. How is his response in this passage like how our fleshy nature typically responds when called out?Haman physically built his own means of death. He also set it up...
Esther 7:3-6

Esther 7:3-6

Look carefully over Esther’s requests. Read Proverbs 25: 11. Do you think her words would be in agreement with this proverbs? If so, how do you think these words came to be this way?It was very bold of Esther to say the last part of her request, “although the enemy...
Esther 7:1-2

Esther 7:1-2

The King asked Esther her request again. What things have happened since the first time the King asked her this.Waiting on God’s timing is key to walking with him. What are some things that could of happened if Esther didn’t wait.Although Esther hasn’t...