Chapter “B” is in Orthodox and Catholic Bibles. It contains the letter from king Ahasuerus summoning his people to exterminate the Jews. Continue reading “Esther chapter “B””
Haman requires everyone to bow down to him. But Mordecai is a man of God and kneels to none. Haman is enraged and plots to exterminate the Jewish people.
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King Ahasuerus searches for a new queen throughout his Persian Empire. A Jewish woman named Esther is chosen. Mordecai saves the life of Ahasuerus.
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King Ahasuerus orders his wife to display her beauty before a mob of drunken men. She refuses. He is enraged, and orders all women to be ruled over by men.
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Chapter “A” is in Orthodox and Catholic Bibles. Mordecai has a dream of two serpents. Later, he overhears two eunuchs planning to murder the king.
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Jesus heals a man at the pool of Bethesda. He calls God his Father. His work is the resurrection. People reject him because they do not believe the Bible.
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Many years have passed. Tobit is very old. He summons his prodigy. Speaking from the Scriptures, Tobit offers them his final guidance and then passes away.
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Tobit says we are tabernacles of the Most High God. He foresees all nations drawn to faith in the One God. They rejoice with Jerusalem, and grieve with her.
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Tobit and Tobias offer Raphael a gift. Raphael encourages them to give it to the poor. Then he reveals his identity as an archangel and ascends into heaven. Continue reading “Tobit chapter 12”
Tobias anoints his father’s eyes with the fish gall. Tobit’s sight is restored. He praises God, then rushes to welcome his daughter-in-law Sarah.
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