ANTIDOTE TO AN UNJUST WORLD!
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Mordecai and Esther, just like Daniel and friends never let down their guard,in their lush surroundings. Instead,they held on even more tightly to their Faith in God. They deliberately saw the HAND of GOD in their lives.
(1) Esther,a foreign slave girl became a queen in a strange land( a position she might never had attain,if she had pulled away from God, for allowing her to be a slave. Even,in the midst of the paganistic palace,that is actually the custodian of the idolatrous practices,she never forgot whom she was.( You may want to contrast her to our so-called Christian politicians)!.

(2)Of course, Mordecai was her guardian, and he led her by example.( Unlike our pastors today...do as I say,not as I do)! He didn't press Esther to pressurize the king for a cabinet position...he yet sat at the gate. And when unholy cravings from Haman(because he refused to bow to him), began to weigh heavily on him,he didn't use his position as the Queen's uncle to implement revenge. Esther wasn't even aware.When he uncovered a * coup attempt* against the king,and it was confirmed,he wasn't rewarded or promoted. Yet did he not complain nor cried * Injustice"! He remained at the gate, absolutely believing what he did,was an unsolicited obligation, and thus expected no reward from it. Contrast with us today,the entire electronic,print and social media platforms will be congested with the perceived ingratitude of the king!

Only when he heard about Haman's plot against the Jews,did he involve Esther. Again,he realized whom he was,so, didn't take the law into his hands, rather he went back to God in faith, likewise Esther. Here's a foolproof evidence that the Queen did never sold her faith, for her approved maids(all from the heathen's paradise,much the same way as Naomi and Ruth), they all prayed and fasted with her.

(3) Esther didn't make a play with her position, assuming *airs*, as a queen. She respected the king, knowing fully well he was having fun elsewhere. Even at that,she wooed the king to her side,never pushed or compelled the king by forcing herself on him. Aware of man's savage nature,she went to God with her uncle.Did God fail them, NO!

ANTIDOTE TO AN UNJUST WORLD! ""''""""''''""""'""""'""'"""'''"""""""""'''"""""'''""""""''""''''"""''""'''"" Mordecai and Esther, just like Daniel and friends never let down their guard,in their lush surroundings. Instead,they held on even more tightly to their Faith in God. They deliberately saw the HAND of GOD in their lives. (1) Esther,a foreign slave girl became a queen in a strange land( a position she might never had attain,if she had pulled away from God, for allowing her to be a slave. Even,in the midst of the paganistic palace,that is actually the custodian of the idolatrous practices,she never forgot whom she was.( You may want to contrast her to our so-called Christian politicians)!. (2)Of course, Mordecai was her guardian, and he led her by example.( Unlike our pastors today...do as I say,not as I do)! He didn't press Esther to pressurize the king for a cabinet position...he yet sat at the gate. And when unholy cravings from Haman(because he refused to bow to him), began to weigh heavily on him,he didn't use his position as the Queen's uncle to implement revenge. Esther wasn't even aware.When he uncovered a * coup attempt* against the king,and it was confirmed,he wasn't rewarded or promoted. Yet did he not complain nor cried * Injustice"! He remained at the gate, absolutely believing what he did,was an unsolicited obligation, and thus expected no reward from it. Contrast with us today,the entire electronic,print and social media platforms will be congested with the perceived ingratitude of the king! Only when he heard about Haman's plot against the Jews,did he involve Esther. Again,he realized whom he was,so, didn't take the law into his hands, rather he went back to God in faith, likewise Esther. Here's a foolproof evidence that the Queen did never sold her faith, for her approved maids(all from the heathen's paradise,much the same way as Naomi and Ruth), they all prayed and fasted with her. (3) Esther didn't make a play with her position, assuming *airs*, as a queen. She respected the king, knowing fully well he was having fun elsewhere. Even at that,she wooed the king to her side,never pushed or compelled the king by forcing herself on him. Aware of man's savage nature,she went to God with her uncle.Did God fail them, NO!
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