Znaleziono 384 Wyniki dla: Jews

  • The Jews in Susa, however, assembled on the thirteenth and fourteenth and rested on the fifteenth, making this a day of feasting and rejoicing. (Esther 9, 18)

  • That is why the rural Jews have a different day of rest and celebration: the fourteenth of the month of Adar on which they send presents to each other. (Esther 9, 19)

  • Mordecai recorded these events and sent letters to all the Jews throughout the provinces of King Ahasuerus, both near and far, (Esther 9, 20)

  • as the days when the Jews rid themselves of their enemies, and as the month when their sorrow was turned into joy and their mourning into feasting. They were to observe these as days of festivity and rejoicing, days for giving food presents to one another and gifts to the poor. (Esther 9, 22)

  • The Jews agreed to observe annually this celebration instituted on Mordecai's written order. (Esther 9, 23)

  • For Haman, son of Hammedatha the Agagite, enemy of the Jews, had plotted to destroy them and had cast the pur or lot for their ruin. (Esther 9, 24)

  • Yet through Esther's intervention, the king ordered in writing that the wicked plan against the Jews should instead be turned against Haman, whom he ordered to be hanged as well as his sons. (Esther 9, 25)

  • the Jews took upon themselves, their descendants and all who would join them, to celebrate these two days every year without fail, in the manner prescribed and at the time appointed. (Esther 9, 27)

  • Commemorated and celebrated thus, in every family, province and city, through all generations, these days of Purim were never to fall into disuse among the Jews nor into oblivion among their descendants. (Esther 9, 28)

  • Letters were sent to all the Jews in the one hundred twenty-seven provinces of Ahasuerus' kingdom, in words conveying goodwill and assurance, (Esther 9, 30)

  • enjoining them to observe these days of Purim at the designated time, as Mordecai the Jew and Queen Esther had decreed and just as the Jews had prescribed for themselves and their descendants, with respect to their duty of fasting and lamentation. (Esther 9, 31)

  • The Jew Mordecai was second in rank to King Ahasuerus; he was great among the Jews and esteemed by many of his brothers as the harbinger of peace and welfare for all his people. (Esther 10, 3)

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