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Book of Esther

Book of Esther by American Standard Version

The Book of Esther from the American Standard Version of the Bible is a captivating tale of courage, faith, and divine intervention. The story follows the life of Esther, a Jewish orphan who becomes queen of Persia and uses her position to save her people from genocide.

The narrative is filled with suspenseful twists and turns as Esther navigates the treacherous political landscape of the Persian court. Through her bravery and quick thinking, Esther is able to outwit the evil schemes of Haman, the king's advisor, and secure the safety of her people.

The Book of Esther is a timeless story of triumph over adversity and the power of faith in the face of insurmountable odds. It serves as a reminder that even the most unlikely hero can make a difference and that God's hand is always at work, even in the most dire circumstances.

Overall, the Book of Esther is a compelling and thought-provoking read that is sure to resonate with readers of all backgrounds. Its message of hope and redemption is one that will stay with you long after you finish the final pages.

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The book commences with a feast organized by Ahasuerus, initially for his court and dignitaries and afterwards for all inhabitants of Shushan. Ahasuerus orders his wife Vashti to display her beauty before the guests. She refuses, and the King’s advisors warn that, if unpunished, her actions would inspire other wives to disobey their husbands. Ahasuerus removes her as queen. (Jews believe that she was executed, He then orders all young women to be presented to him, so he can choose a new queen to replace Vashti. One of these is Esther, who was orphaned at a young age and is being fostered by her uncle Mordechai.”

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