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  • and was now bringing up a certain Hadassah, otherwise called Esther, his uncle's daughter, who had lost both father and mother; the girl had a good figure and a beautiful face, and on the death of her parents Mordecai had adopted her as his daughter. (Esther 2, 7)

  • On the promulgation of the royal command and edict a great number of girls were brought to the citadel of Susa where they were entrusted to Hegai. Esther, too, was taken to the king's palace and entrusted to Hegai, the custodian of the women. (Esther 2, 8)

  • Esther had not divulged her race or parentage, since Mordecai had forbidden her to do so. (Esther 2, 10)

  • Mordecai walked up and down in front of the courtyard of the harem all day and every day, to learn how Esther was and how she was being treated. (Esther 2, 11)

  • But when it was the turn of Esther the daughter of Abihail, whose nephew Mordecai had adopted her as his own daughter, to go into the king's presence, she did not ask for anything beyond what had been assigned her by Hegai, the king's officer, custodian of the women. Esther won the approval of all who saw her. (Esther 2, 15)

  • and the king liked Esther better than any of the other women; none of the other girls found so much favour and approval with him. So he set the royal diadem on her head and proclaimed her queen instead of Vashti. (Esther 2, 17)

  • The king then gave a great banquet, Esther's banquet, for all his officers-of-state and ministers, decreed a holiday for all the provinces and distributed largesse with royal prodigality. (Esther 2, 18)

  • When Esther, like the other girls, had been transferred to the second harem, (Esther 2, 19)

  • Mordecai came to hear of this and informed Queen Esther, who in turn, on Mordecai's authority, told the king. (Esther 2, 22)

  • When Queen Esther's maids and officers came and told her, she was overcome with grief. She sent clothes for Mordecai to put on instead of his sackcloth, but he refused them. (Esther 4, 4)

  • Esther then summoned Hathach, an officer whom the king had appointed to wait on her, and ordered him to go to Mordecai and enquire what the matter was and why he was acting in this way. (Esther 4, 5)

  • He also gave him a copy of the edict of extermination published in Susa for him to show Esther for her information, with the message that she was to go to the king and implore his favour and plead with him for the race to which she belonged. (Esther 4, 8)


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