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The Book of Esther is a book of the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Old Testament. It tells the story of Esther, a Jewish woman who becomes the queen of the Persian King Xerxes and uses her position to save her people from a plot to destroy them. The book begins with the story of Esther's rise to power, and it includes the story of the plot by the Persian official Haman to have all the Jews in the kingdom killed. Esther, with the help of her uncle Mordecai, persuades the king to spare the Jews and to punish Haman instead. Key figures in the book of Esther include Esther, Xerxes, Haman, and Mordecai. The book also mentions various other individuals, such as the court officials and the Jews who were threatened by Haman's plot. The book also includes a celebration, known as the Feast of Purim, which is still celebrated by Jews today in memory of the deliverance of the Jews from Haman's plot.

The Book of Esther is a book of the Hebrew Bible and part of the Christian Old Testament. It is one of the five Megillot, or scrolls, and is traditionally read on the Jewish holiday of Purim. The book tells the story of Esther, a Jewish woman who becomes queen of Persia and saves her people from destruction. The book begins with a brief introduction to the Persian Empire and its king, Ahasuerus. Ahasuerus is looking for a new queen and chooses Esther, a young Jewish woman, to be his wife. Esther is taken to the palace and is well-liked by the king and his court. The main plot of the book begins when the king’s advisor, Haman, plots to have all the Jews in the empire killed. Esther’s cousin Mordecai discovers the plot and tells Esther, who then goes to the king and reveals Haman’s plan. The king is outraged and orders Haman to be hanged. The book then follows Esther as she works to save her people. She organizes a feast for the king and his court, and during the feast she reveals her Jewish identity and pleads for her people’s lives. The king is moved by her plea and grants her request. He also orders that the Jews be allowed to defend themselves against their enemies. The book ends with a celebration of the Jews’ victory and the establishment of the festival of Purim. The book is a reminder of the power of faith and courage in the face of adversity. It also serves as a reminder of the importance of standing up for what is right and fighting for justice.

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King Xerxes' Banquet

Esther, 1

22 verses ● 2 min

King Xerxes gives a banquet for his nobles and holds a beauty contest to choose a new queen.

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Esther Becomes Queen

Esther, 2

23 verses ● 2 min

Esther, a Jew, is chosen to be the new queen.

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Haman's Anger

Esther, 3

15 verses ● 2 min

Haman, the king's advisor, becomes angry with Mordecai, a Jew, and plots to kill all the Jews in the Persian Empire.

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Haman's Plot

Esther, 4

17 verses ● 2 min

Haman presents his plan to kill the Jews to King Xerxes.

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Esther's Request

Esther, 5

14 verses ● 2 min

Esther approaches the king and reveals her Jewish identity, pleading for her people.

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Mordecai's Honor

Esther, 6

14 verses ● 2 min

King Xerxes honors Mordecai for saving his life and Esther reveals Haman's plot.

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Haman's Punishment

Esther, 7

10 verses ● 1 min

Haman is punished and the king issues a decree allowing the Jews to defend themselves.

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The Jews Defend Themselves

Esther, 8

17 verses ● 2 min

The Jews defend themselves against their attackers.

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The King's Decree

Esther, 9

32 verses ● 3 min

The king issues another decree allowing the Jews to confiscate the property of those who had attacked them.

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The Celebration of Purim

Esther, 10

3 verses ● 1 min

The celebration of the festival of Purim is established to commemorate the Jews' deliverance.

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Assuming a reader with an average reading speed of 300 WPM reads the Book of Esther,it would take approximately 14 minutes to finish.

There are 167 verses in the book of Esther, which is organized into 10 chapters.

The book of Esther was written within the range of .

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