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The Book of Esther Explained

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The entire book of Esther is a lie. Find out why by reading the book of Daniel. No where in the entire book of Esther is God mentioned much less prayed to.

Liz

I stopped reading this book. Not sure if I will want to continue and here's why:1. I think a mistake is being made in the mention of this king's book of Chronicles with the Jewish book of Chronicles. This was a gentile king so there would be nothing mentioned of him in our Chronicled genealogy. Our bible is a Jewish one and mostly contains our history with some mention of gentiles as it pertained to the Jewish people.2. It seemed to be assumed that something should be mentioned in Daniel. History is history because it has been documented. Daniel documented about what he himself was experiencing and he likely wouldn't have participated in the events of this king and is probable that he would not feel it important to document. Also he may have only documented things as GOD Himself directed him. If everything that went on in each person's life from Adam to now were to be documented, I don't think there would be enough room in the world to contain it all. 3. At the time of the destruction of the first temple, when Jews were returning to the land and they were working on restoring the temple there was mention that they tried to document the returning Jews, but could not verify many of them as is mentioned I forget where in the bible right now. During that time of the first dispersion, there must have been many documents lost to them. I didn't do a thorough check myself, but you may not see Mordecai and Esther/Hadassah listed in Chronicles because of this. (They were one family of the many from the first dispersion and did not return to Israel.) Please do a search on the internet for commentary, discussions, etc. as to why there is no mention of GOD or mention of Him being prayed to in Esther. There is a reasoning for it, and if you pay attention you see that although there is no mention, you see that HE has had his hand in this situation the whole time whether the people at the time realized it or not. And just because it is not mentioned does not mean that prayer and fasting,etc. did not occur. One more thing, if I remember correctly, Mordecai is mentioned to have put on sack cloth and ashes when hearing of the soon mass murder of all his people. Sackcloth & Ashes are a sign that much praying,fasting and lamentation went on. God Bless and keep seeking truth.


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Angela Petree

I am an avid student of God's word. I have enjoyed these past years of delving deeper into the word and unlocking the "mysteries" contained there. This is my passion. I love my God, my Country, and my family. Being able to share what I have learned with the world is my goal.

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