We all have read the story of Esther in the Bible. Every one of us has a God-given destiny. However, finding it can prove difficult. Often, in our search for our divine purpose, it seems like God has gone absent, but nothing could be further from the truth.
From the story of Esther in the bible, I would like to enlighten you regarding your destiny and how to see that when things look hopeless, that’s usually when God does His best work.
The story of Esther in the Bible has always been an amazing favorite of mine. The whole Book of Esther is about God finding someone, he could work through, and He found it in Esther.
The book of Esther is an example of God’s divine guidance and care for His people. God’s sovereignty and power are seen throughout this book.
Although we may question certain circumstances in our lives, we must have faith that God is in control, working through us, both to will and do of his good pleasure, both the pleasant and the difficult times so that we can serve him effectively.
Everything about the story of Esther in the bible was not by chance, but of God’s grand design. When God is in charge, we can take courage. He can guide us through every circumstance, and we shall expect him to display his power in carrying out his will.
Through it all, you will be able to see how, in the book of Esther, God wanted to show how His providence, His invisible hand, works behind the scenes to bring about His purposes in history.
Even though God is not on the front page of Esther, His fingerprints are all through the book.
Esther is also unique among the sixty-six books of the Bible because it is the only book in God’s Word that does not contain the name of God. God’s presence is on every page of Esther, but His name is nowhere to be found, which raises the question of why God would include in His Word in a book that never mentions His name.
The reason is that God wanted to use this story to teach us something about Himself that is critical for your life and mine, which is this: there are many times in our lives when God is nowhere to be found.
There are many times in our circumstances when we look for God, but He cannot be located.
There are many times when God is letting things happen to us that He would not allow if He loved us and cared about us. And He does not seem to be present when these painful circumstances are happening to us, but He is there with us. Always.
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Who is Esther in the Bible?
Esther, a young beautiful Jewish woman, who worshipped God. Esther lived in the Kingdom of Persia, the dominant kingdom in the Ancient Middle East after Babylon’s fall in 539 BC.
Esther’s birth name was Hadassah. It means Myrtle. Myrtle is a symbol of God’s promise to cause His people to flourish.
Myrtle shows up in scripture after the Israelites are carried away to captivity in Babylon. It is mentioned twice in the book of Isaiah and once in the book of Zechariah.
Esther was of the tribe of Benjamin and lived during the time Israel was exiled. Tragically, Hadassah was orphaned at an early age. She was the daughter of Abihail, who was Mordecai’s uncle.
Esther’s parents were among those exiles who chose not to return to Jerusalem, even though Cyrus, the Persian King, had issued a decree allowing them to do so.
The Jewish exiles had great freedom in Persia, and many remained because they had established themselves there or were fearful of the dangerous journey back to their homeland. After her parents died, she was adopted and raised by her cousin, a man named Mordecai.
Esther had been living in the citadel of Susa, where the king also lived. She was the cousin of a Benjamite named Mordecai, who was also her guardian, having adopted her as his own daughter when her parents died. Esther had not told anyone of her nationality and family background, because Mordecai had directed her not to do so.
God chose Esther to save a nation. Esther is a woman of faith, a woman of prayer, an intercessor, and queen who will inspire you to live out God’s plan for your life, and to leave legacies that will never be forgotten.
Esther was a queen full of faith. Even though her faith would be severely tested, she pulled through, and God used her actions to save her people.
When Esther was chosen as a candidate for queen, Mordecai instructed her not to reveal her Jewish background (verse 10). He also visited the king’s harem daily to see how Esther was doing (verse 11).
Esther 2:5-6 – Now there was in the citadel of Susa a Jew of the tribe of Benjamin, named Mordecai son of Jair, the son of Shimei, the son of Kish, who had been carried into exile from Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, among those taken captive with Jehoiachin king of Judah.
God placed Esther on the throne even before the Jews faced the possibility of complete distraction so that’s when trouble come a person would already be in the position to help.
The Story of Esther in the Bible
The story of Esther in the bible opens with a lavish banquet at the palace of King Ahasuerus, (also known as King Xerxes. The king had become drunk on wine and commanded that his wife, Queen Vashti come at once, to show everyone how beautiful she was.
Queen Vashti refused to obey her husband and did not come when he beckoned. The king was so enraged at her disrespect and disobedience that he decided to divorce her.
The king then arranged for all the beautiful virgins in his kingdom to come forth – a type of beauty pageant – so that he could choose a new queen.
Esther would be one of many girls the king had seen once and forgotten. But Esther’s presence and beauty pleased the king enough that he crowned her queen in place of Vashti.
The the book of Esther reveals a very untraditional Persian queen. A Jewish orphan, she had been raised by her fatherly cousin Mordecai (Esther 2:7).
Growing up, she may have had thoughts of marrying a devoted Jew with Mordecai’s blessing and raising a house full of children. Never dreaming she would be Queen and marry the king.
Her life took a different turn when the king issued a decree that all beautiful virgins were to be taken to his palace for the ultimate beauty pageant—with the goal of finding his new queen (Esther 2:1-8).
“Lovely and beautiful,” Esther was taken to the palace with the other women. Esther must have made quite an impression. Many beautiful women were available to please the king, but he chose Esther.
Her beauty must have come with something more. Esther quickly “obtained favor in the sight of all who saw her,” including Hegai the eunuch’s special care for Esther was a great gift to her. In the end, the king selected her as his queen (Esther 2:17).
After Esther was chosen as the queen of Persia, she received news that an evil man named Haman had a plan to kill all the Jews.
Related: The Story of Queen Esther
We read in Esther 4:13-17: “Mordecai (a Jewish man) sent this reply to Esther (his niece): “Do not think for a moment that because you are in the palace you will escape when all other Jews are killed. If you keep quiet at a time like this, deliverance and relief for the Jews will arise from some other place, but you and your relatives will die.
Who knows if perhaps you were made queen for just such a time as this?” Then Esther sent this reply to Mordecai: “Go and gather together all the Jews of Shushan and fast for me. Do not eat or drink for three days, night or day. My maids and I will do the same. And then, though it is against the law, I will go in to see the king. If I must die, I must die.” So, Mordecai went away and did everything as Esther had ordered him.”
Esther had a choice to make. She could do nothing and face destruction (Esth. 4:13-14), or she could risk her life by approaching the king to plead for the protection of the Jews.
One day, Haman, the grand vizier at that time, had an altercation with Esther’s cousin, Mordecai. During this, the latter refused to bow to the former.
Being the vindictive person that he is, Haman coerced King Xerxes to decree that all Jews be killed. Upon hearing this, Mordecai went to Esther and pleaded with her to save her people.
At that time, the law forbids anyone from approaching the king without being summoned. Doing so would have meant a certain death.
At first, Esther was hesitant about Mordecai’s request. If she approached the king without being summoned, she could end up losing her head – literally. But in the end, her true character prevailed, and she famously said: “If I perish, I perish.”
So, she ordered her people to fast for three days and three nights. Afterward, she went to see the King. But instead of being killed, the King promised to honor her yet unsaid wish.
Surprisingly, Esther invited the king to a banquet. After two banquets, the king was completely smitten with her.
Seizing her moment, Esther told the king that she, along with her people, will soon be killed. She also revealed Haman’s treachery to the king. Enraged, the king ordered that Haman be executed instead.
And so, with her wit and bravery, Esther was able to save her people from what would have been a genocide.
Esther and the Jewish people prayed and fasted for three days before Esther went to the king.
I can see Esther silently praying God’s promises to herself petitioning Him to spare her life, and His people Israel. Perhaps as she is promising to trust in Him for the right words, she sees King Xerxes raise his specter to her.
Her life had been spared and her actions after this resulted in the hanging of Haman; the cancellation of the King’s edict to kill the Israelites (salvation); and the house of Haman given to Esther.
Given her position, Esther had the opportunity to speak with King Xerxes. This meant she could tell the king about the death plot and plead for her people. If only it were that simple.
No one knew Esther was Jewish. In fighting for her people, she put her own life at risk. When she corresponded with Mordecai, he pleaded with her.
Esther’s story speaks to me about trust! Trust in the character and promises of God, and trust in the wise counsel of those He as placed in our lives.
He wants to help us walk by faith when facing impossible situations. Most importantly to trust in the Lord Jesus Christ for His finished work on the cross that has secured our eternal salvation!
“Do not think that because you are in the king’s house you alone of all the Jews will escape. For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and your father’s family will perish. And who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this?” – Esther 4:12-14
This was no coincident, God placed Esther on the throne even before the Jews faced the possibility of complete destruction, so that when trouble came a person would already be in the position to help.
With no rights and little access to the king, it was better for Esther not to reveal her identity. While boldness in stating our identity as God’s people is our responsibility, at times a good strategy is to keep quiet until we have won the right to be heard.
No human effort could thwart God’s faithfulness to protect his chosen people and his plan to send the Messiah to earth as a Jew.
If you are changing jobs, positions, and do not immediately see God’s purpose in your situation, understand that God is in control. He may be placing you in a position so you can help when the need arises.
The question I want you to consider is: “Has God raised you up for such a time as this?” To CHANGE your life and the lives of others?
Could it be that all the things you have gone through have been to position and equip you as a child of His Kingdom “for such a time as this?” Listen… God is saying, “I have you”!
The Book of Esther is the only book in the Bible that never mentions God by name, but God clearly worked through Esther and her cousin Mordecai to save the Jewish people.
Mordecai even suggested to Esther that God’s hand was in the situation: “Who knows, perhaps you have come to your royal position for such a time as this” (Esth. 4:14)
Mordecai points out how her royal position was orchestrated by God for such a time as this – for this special purpose. Too often, we forget God has placed us where we are for such a time. These words of wisdom from her cousin fortified Esther.
How Esther Obtained Favor
God chose Esther for such a time as this. The only person that was given this task was Esther. So often we do not understand the fullness of God’s plan. God has a plan for everyone.
Esther was a Jewish woman who broke through the cultural norms- even what was expected of her as a Persian queen- stepping outside her expected role to risk her life to help God’s people.
Esther was bold yet she won favor with everyone throughout her preparations toward the Queen’s crown, and trust was key to her favor.
Several times in the book of Esther we see various people giving her counsel. Starting with her cousin and guardian Mordecai, through to the King’s servants and Eunuch’s that prepared the women for the King’s selection. Esther trusted in their counsel each step of the way.
Now when the turn came for Esther the daughter of Abihail the uncle of Mordecai, who had taken her as his daughter, to go into the king, she requested nothing but what Hegai the king’s eunuch, the custodian of the women, advised. And Esther obtained favor in the sight of all who saw her. Esther 2:15
When you know that you are blessed, highly favored, and deeply loved, you do not have to depend on your self-efforts. Look at the story of Esther, for example.
When King Ahasuerus was looking for a new queen, the most beautiful women in the land were all brought into the palace. All the women were given the opportunity to adorn themselves with whatever they desired from the women’s quarters before they were brought for an audience with the king.
But when it was Esther’s turn, she “requested nothing but what Hegai the king’s eunuch, the custodian of the women, advised.” And look at the results:
“Esther obtained favor in the sight of all who saw her,” and the king “loved Esther more than all the other women, and she obtained grace and favor in his sight more than all the virgins; so, he set the royal crown upon her head and made her queen.” (Esther 2:17)
This incident also demonstrates to us that Esther depended entirely upon the Lord’s unmerited favor. (When you depend entirely upon the Lord’s unmerited favor, you are trusting Him and in a position of rest.)
Esther did not have to struggle. When she rested in the Lord and humbled herself, the Lord promoted her and exalted her above all the other beautiful women. God resists the proud and gives unmerited favor to the humble (1 Peter 5:5).
When you humble yourself and cease from your efforts to promote yourself, and depend on Jesus alone, the Lord Himself will be your promotion and increase. Like Esther, you will stand out in a crowd and obtain grace and favor with God and man.
Do you know why the story of Esther is so important? Read the details in the Book of Esther. Because Esther was promoted to become the queen, she was in a favored position to protect all the Jewish people in the kingdom from being killed.
When the Lord promotes you, He gives you the influence to be a blessing to the people around you. There are no coincidences, only God-incidents. The Lord will bless you to be a blessing!
Characteristics of Esther in the Bible
If there is one character in the Bible who deserves to be called “queen,” it is Esther. She is not only a queen in name but also at heart.
Now that you know her story, let us look at some of the character traits that prove Esther is a true queen.
She is famous for many reasons, and we will look at the characteristics of Esther in the Bible that make her story an enduring and important one.
Through Queen Esther’s obedience and faithfulness, she was able to save her people from destruction. Likewise, when we step into the purpose for which God has called us and allow Him to work through us – no matter how small or insignificant – we can make a difference in our lives and those around us. The characteristics she models for us are:
Esther loves and knows God
Despite being an orphan and in an unknown territory, Esther abided in the teaching of her uncle. Mordecai taught her the ways of God and she followed his teaching diligently.
Even when she was faced with the challenge of approaching the king when she hadn’t been summoned, she asked the people to pray for her and also said she and her people at the palace would observe fasting and prayers too.
This shows that she loves and knows God, and also teaches the people working with her at the palace about God. She seeks God at all times and no wonder, she obtained favor anywhere she is and she was able to exploit even in a foreign country.
As Christians, we should know and love the God we are serving, Everyone around us must be able to testify that we are true disciples of God. Our lives and ways must draw people to God. We just also endeavor to teach people around us about the gospel of Christ.
Esther is a true Queen of Loyalty
Another trait that makes Esther a true queen is her loyalty – to her people and to her God.
Despite all the luxury and privilege, she is enjoying, she has remained loyal to her roots. She is even prepared to sacrifice her life for her people.
Esther and her Faithfulness
The fact that she went to see the king despite knowing the danger of doing so shows Esther’s great faith in the Lord. She knew her actions could put her life at stake, but she chose to put her trust in God.
Yes, she hesitated at first. I mean, we all would if given the punishment that awaits. Yet, she came through and her faith in God won out.
Esther has Strong Faith
Though Esther was first fearful of what might happened to her if she appeared before the king without being summoned but after Mordecai’s words to, Esther built a strong faith in God by fasting and praying knowing that he will teach her what to do and also saved the situation that was why she sent a message back to Mordecai that he should gather all the Jews for prayers.
Her strong faith in God opened ways for her which made the king to lift his golden scepter for Esther to touch and from there, she received favour and the king attended to all her issues.
She was able to do things that others had not because she honored God, her people and King Ahasuerus. As believers, no matter the situation or challenges we might encounter on the way or in our lives, we should not allow our faith to go down. We should trust in God to bring us victory in all things.
Esther has a heart of Compassion
With her actions, it is undeniable that Esther’s compassion for her people is bigger than her sense of self-preservation.
As refugees in the Persian empire, she knows that they have been through enough. They were forcibly taken from their homeland and forced to assimilate into a culture they were not familiar with. And now, they are facing threats of extermination from the very same people who uprooted them.
If not for her courage and compassionate heart, history would have been very different.
Esther Needed God’s Protection and Wisdom.
With all the teachings of her uncle Mordecai, Esther was able to grow in wisdom. She displays wisdom right from the beginning when she was taken to the palace with other maidens after the royal decree to when she approached King Ahasuerus.
She showed great wisdom in how she conducted herself and the plans she made to expose Haman’s true motives and evil heart.
She didn’t have to speak many words to expose Haman except for a few sentences revealing his plans. As believers, we are expected to operate with wisdom in all our dealings. Wisdom is the principal thing that is needed to succeed in our daily Christian living.
Esther was Patient.
Esther showed patience as she replaced Queen Vashti, receiving the royal crown. She also waited patiently for God to deliver her people from danger. Patience is a quality that we can all strive to develop in our lives.
When we are patient, we trust that God is in control and that He will work everything out for our good.
Just as Esther trusted God to work out the challenges she faced; we can trust Him too. We may not always understand His plan, but we can trust that He is good and that He has our best interests at heart.
Let us pray for patience as we face the challenges of life, knowing that God is with us every step of the way.
Esther was Beautiful.
Esther beauty was beautiful inside and out. Her beauty caught the attention of King Xerxes who chose her to be his queen. Esther’s Beauty was not only outward but also inward. She was a kind and caring person who loved her people.
Esther was a Great Leader (leadership qualities)
Even though Esther was not originally from Persia, she quickly learned the customs and language of the people. She also demonstrated great leadership skills by rallying her people to fight for their lives. Esther was a great queen and leader.
The quality of Leadership is not born but made. Esther was a great leader because she was willing to learn, grow and lead with courage. She is a role model for all leaders.
Esther Believed in Prayer
Esther believed in prayer and would often pray for guidance from God. She also fasted regularly as a way of drawing closer to Him. Prayer is a mighty weapon that we can use to fight against our enemies, and Esther knew this. She also knew that God could be relied on to help her in times of need.
Esther was a woman who had faith in God, and she put that faith into action by praying and fasting regularly. These actions drew her closer to Him and gave her the strength she needed to face her enemies on behalf of his people.
If we want to be like Esther, we need to have faith in God and put that faith into action by praying and fasting regularly. Only then can we hope to overcome our enemies and live a life of purpose and meaning.
Esther was faithful to God.
While we should not expect earthly rewards for being faithful to God, they often come- and in unexpected ways. Esther and Mordecai were faithful, even to the point of risking their lives to save others.
They were willing to give up everything, and God rewarded them in proportion to their all-out commitment in ways they could not have foreseen.
Esther Believed in Fasting
Esther had faith that fasting would bring her closer to God. She often fasted when she needed guidance or faced difficult challenges.
The spiritual discipline of fasting helped Esther to develop a closer relationship with God. It also gave her the strength she needed to overcome difficult challenges.
When we face difficulties, we can turn to God as Esther did. We can pray and fast, asking for guidance and strength. As we do, we will grow closer to God and find the strength we need to overcome any challenge.
Esther was Courageous.
Risking your life for others requires courage – a lot of it. Thankfully, Esther was in no short supply.
Esther showed great courage when she chose to speak to the king (in the palace of king Xerxes) on behalf of her people. When she discovered an assassination plot against the king, she immediately reported it to him. These acts put her in danger, but she trusted in God’s protection.
The quality of courage is something that we can all strive to develop in our lives. When we are courageous, we face our fears and do what is right even when it is difficult. Esther’s example shows us that God rewards those who are faithful and courageously obey Him.
Let us pray for the courage to do what is right, even when it is hard, knowing that God is with us every step of the way.
Esther was obedient (Mordecai)
Esther was obedient to the king’s eunuch (charge of the women) and did not abuse her authority. When she discovered an assassination plot against the king, (king of Persia) she immediately reported it to him. Obedience sometimes is hard, but it is always the right thing to do.
Esther was a model of obedience from which we can learn. When we obey God, He promises to bless us and guide us on our path. Let us pray for obedience as we seek to follow His will for our lives.
When Esther replaced queen Vashti, she was obedient to the king’s eunuch and did not abuse her authority. This demonstrated her faith in God that He would protect her during this time of transition.
Esther had Wisdom.
Esther showed intelligence and great wisdom at the right time in her actions as queen. After Haman’s death, Esther put Mordecai in charge of Haman’s estate.
This act not only showed her wisdom but also ensured that Mordecai (her uncle Mordecai) would have the resources he needed to carry out his new responsibilities.
Esther had wisdom when she discovered an assassination plot against the king. She immediately reported it to him and prevented disaster. Her quick thinking saved many lives. She discovered God’s Purpose for her life.
The Bible says we receive wisdom by asking for it (James). Esther was willing to ask God for guidance in all she did. We can follow her example by asking God for wisdom as we face the challenges of life.
When we have wisdom, we can make wise decisions and accomplish great things. Let us pray for wisdom as we seek to follow God’s plan for our lives.
Esther Understood the Power of Unity
Esther and Mordecai had unity in following the doctrines of God. Both trusted their God as evidenced by the praying and fasting that preceded the actions taken.
We believed unity if purpose will achieve greater results and this worked for them in the long-run. We are expected as believers to live in unity through Christ and the indwelling Holy Spirit.
What Can We Learn from Esther in the Bible?
Esther’s faith provides us with important lessons. One lesson is that sometimes our faith may not be as strong as it should be, but the important thing is that we take that step even when our faith is weak. We must do the right thing regardless, and that is to step out in faith as Esther.
Sometimes we may need some gentle, loving guidance and advice, as Esther received. And for sure, fasting and prayer can also help us grow in faith.
Esther had the faith to stand in the hard times, as have many other women of faith. God has preserved these stories in the Bible as examples of those who acted in faith. How much faith do we have?
It is so amazing how God moved behind the scenes The book of Esther, and it shows God’s hand at work in the deliverance of His people.
It shows how He used an amazing young woman, Esther, to help save the Jewish people from an attempted genocide by a maniacal official in the Persian Empire. The lessons contained in the book are very relevant to Christians today.
You can learn more about the book and the woman in our articles “The Book of Esther and Esther’s Faith.”
1. Serving God often demands that we risk our own security
Trusting God always implies a certain loss of control. It recognizes that our own ability, wisdom, and skill is not enough.
This is especially true when we sense God leading us to be brave… to take a step of faith, to do something that matters, to make the world a better place. It is meeting needs, solving problems, and adding beauty to the world when it would be easier to rest in the security of our comfortable routines.
2: God’s invisible hand of deliverance was (and is) there
Despite their disobedience, God still cared about them and had future plans for them (Jeremiah 29:11). He had not completely rejected them! God’s intervention can be seen throughout the book through a series of extraordinary events:
3. Courage, while often vital, does not replace careful planning.
Esther knew that it was forbidden to go before the king uninvited. Doing so could result in death. She initially feared the possibility of losing her life. After all, the king’s treatment of her predecessor, Queen Vashti, showed that he was capable of not showing favor to her!
God wants us to show courage in following His laws and doing what is right. Often this involves going against the crowd. Mordecai, put things in perspective by suggesting that she might have been placed in her position for “such a time as this” (Esther 4:14). In other words, God had intervened to make her queen so that He could save His people through her.
Esther decided to fast and asked that the Jews in Shushan also fast on her behalf for three days. She wanted to ask for God’s direction and favor. After this fast, she would take the risk of going before the king without an invitation.
She told Mordecai, “If I perish, I perish!” This showed remarkable courage.
God wants us to show courage in following His laws and doing what is right (Deuteronomy 31:6; Joshua 1:7; 1 Chronicles 28:20; Psalm 27:14). Often this involves going against the crowd, going against what society accepts as normal (Exodus 23:2).
We may not always be called on to show courage in major, history-altering events as Esther was. But Jesus taught that faithfulness begins in the small things (Luke 16:10).
We can show the same courage of Esther in much smaller ways—by refusing to compromise on obedience to God’s law, for instance, or by continuously rejecting the sinful ways of society around us.
But for Christian women today, it is even MORE amazing. Esther was physically beautiful, used by God, and an orphan.
4. There is power of intercessory fasting and prayer
To seek God’s favor and guidance, Esther instructed the Jews to beseech Him through fasting and prayer (Esther 4:15-16).
Fasting in the Bible means abstaining from food and drink for a period of time in order to draw closer to God and seek His guidance and intervention. Fasting can be used for various reasons, such as:
- For repentance (Jonah 3:5-9).
- For mourning over one’s own conduct and to humble oneself before God (1 Kings 21:27-29).
- For seeking God’s blessing and guidance in difficult situations (Ezra 8:21).
- For seeking strength to overcome wickedness and to help the needy (Isaiah 58:6-7).
- For seeking reconciliation with God on the solemn Day of Atonement (Leviticus 23:26-32).
- For deliverance from a particular danger (2 Chronicles 20:1-24).
Few things humble us more than realizing our utter helplessness by going without food and drink for a period of time. Jesus taught His disciples that certain problems can be addressed only by fasting and prayer (Matthew 17:21). Fasting and prayer should be practiced together.
5. God has a purpose for the situation in which he places us.
After the decree to kill the Jews was given, Mordecai and Esther could have despaired, decided to save only themselves, or just waited for God’s intervention. Instead, they saw that God had placed them in their position for a purpose, so they seized the moment and acted.
When you face challenges in life, seek to know what god wants you to do, and then do it, confident that he will do his part.
Life Lessons from the Book of Esther
All these 16 characteristics of Esther in the Bible are given so we can endeavor to search our life as Christians to know if we really have them and if we are using them effectively.
Esther gives us examples of life lessons by being a living example of the characteristics that will bring us through our battles and into victory over the enemy.
To excel like Esther in a foreign country, you have to totally abide in the guidance of God. Submit your ways and will to God and he will bring you to your destiny.
I pray that you read this amazing Book of Esther. It is an exciting adventure in faith that will inspire you to live like Esther!
Esther Bible Study
If you want to dive deeper into the story of Queen Esther, here are a couple of great Esther Bible studies you might want to check out:
- Esther’s Faith: A 30-Day Bible Study Devotional for Women
- Esther: Seeing Our Invisible God in an Uncertain World
- The Book of Esther: Divine Intervention
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