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  • He was foster father to Hadassah, that is, Esther, his cousin; for she had lost both father and mother. The girl was beautifully formed and lovely to behold. On the death of her father and mother, Mordecai had taken her as his own daughter. (Esther 2, 7)

  • When the king's order and decree had been obeyed and many maidens brought together to the stronghold of Susa under the care of Hegai, Esther also was brought in to the royal palace under the care of Hegai, custodian of the women. (Esther 2, 8)

  • Esther did not reveal her nationality or family, for Mordecai had commanded her not to do so. (Esther 2, 10)

  • Day by day Mordecai would walk about in front of the court of the harem, to learn how Esther was faring and what was to become of her. (Esther 2, 11)

  • As for Esther, daughter of Abihail and adopted daughter of his nephew Mordecai, when her turn came to visit the king, she did not ask for anything but what the royal eunuch Hegai, custodian of the women, suggested. Yet she won the admiration of all who saw her. (Esther 2, 15)

  • Esther was led to King Ahasuerus in his palace in the tenth month, Tebeth, in the seventh year of his reign. (Esther 2, 16)

  • The king loved Esther more than all other women, and of all the virgins she won his favor and benevolence. So he placed the royal diadem on her head and made her queen in place of Vashti. (Esther 2, 17)

  • Then the king gave a great feast in honor of Esther to all his officials and ministers, granting a holiday to the provinces and bestowing gifts with royal bounty. (Esther 2, 18)

  • Esther had not revealed her family or nationality, because Mordecai had told her not to; and Esther continued to follow Mordecai's instructions, just as she had when she was being brought up by him. (Esther 2, 20)

  • When the plot became known to Mordecai, he told Queen Esther, who in turn informed the king for Mordecai. (Esther 2, 22)

  • Queen Esther's maids and eunuchs came and told her. Overwhelmed with anguish, she sent garments for Mordecai to put on, so that he might take off his sackcloth; but he refused. (Esther 4, 4)

  • Esther then summoned Hathach, one of the king's eunuchs whom he had placed at her service, and commanded him to find out what this action of Mordecai meant and the reason for it. (Esther 4, 5)


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