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All of the Women of the Bible Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, Esther & Others Summary

Edith Deen
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Chapter 6, Esther & Others Summary and Analysis

Esther is another famous Biblical woman. She was beautiful and was able to become the Queen of Persia. However, it turned out that Esther had her mind on the common good of the people, particularly the welfare of the Hebrews. She was very courageous in a political way. Her husband king had no idea she was a Jewess and did not care. The Jews were living in severe oppression at the time. Luckily for them, Esther cared a lot. Her husband was not particularly intense, but Esther learned that one of his favorite advisers hated Jews and had a strong intention to destroy them. Her cousin Mordecai, obviously a Jew, ran into conflict with this Haman. Esther was very popular with the people. She dared to break with tradition and went to her king in a manner that was not normally...

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