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SC Bible Book of Esther Chapter 1 "Ahasue rus on His throne." "Esthe r" in the Hebre w tongue, mea ns "a sta r", or "a bright star". Ma ny ra bbis say that it is "Ishta r", which means "hidde n" in the Hebrew tongue. However the re a re some facts surrounding the Book of Esther that we must be a wa re of. We are not questioning this set of Scriptures as to whether it should have bee n cannonized, or not. In most cases, most people, inc luding ministe rs, simply do not like to study to the de pth, to c reate doubt as to other certa in books of the Scripture. However this is one book that ce rtainly draws question as to why it was added to the cannon at the meeting of the counc il of Trent. The Ke nites would have you believe that it was added at the time of the meeting of the great Synagogue, a nd that is simply not true. It a bsolutely was not. So naturally, you must remember that the Nethinims, that is to say the Ke nites that had become the scribes for Israe l, had a strong place in the scribeship at this time. Our Lord Jesus C hrist ma de it very clear when He stated that "the scribes a nd the Pha rasees sit in the seat of Moses." in Matthe w 23:2. Now let us ta lk about Esthe r for just a moment. In as much as this book was not a part of the cannon, until the counc il at Tre nt, lets conside r some things a bout Esther. Esther is not mentioned any whe re in the cannon, that means that no whe re in the rest of the Scriptures do you find one word about This book of Esthe r, othe r then Mordecai's own report, as given in this book. Mordecai is blowing his own horn, so to speak. Mordecai is the author, and ma ny Ke nites would have you believe that Ezra was the a uthor, However the re is no way that you can ta ke the Persia n terminology that is used in the book of Esthe r, and ta g that on Ezra. Mordecai was a ve ry efficient man and there are fe w Chaldee te rms that a re used that are very specific a nd pe rfect, a nd to the lette r. It ha d to be an experienced scribe that went into suc h detail as to the presence of who what present in a ce rtain be droom and c hamber, and naming each indiv idua l to the point that e ithe r it was connived [ma de up] or he was there. Exra was not, a nd could not have been the re, for Ezra never me ntions Esther, ever. Daniel, the great prophet never mentioned Esther either, and he was living in Suasa the Capital city of Pe rsia. He lived and worked in the palace that this so calle d Queen was suppose to inha bit. Daniel does not mention Esther or a ny of the events of the Esther any whe re, or Mordecai. It seems so stra nge that we have a hero in Mordecai, and a woman with such powe r in Quee n Esther, to the magnatude that it saved Israel, and Daniel wouldn"t mention it. Espec ially that Ne hemia h, the King's cupbearer, wouldn't me ntion it either. They certainly we re not ve ry respectful to Esthe r; we re they? The most important thing to remember is that not even Jesus Christ ever acknowledged Esther, nor has a ny Christian apostle ever celebrated, nor mentioned that feast time known as "Purim". It is not a lega l feast day, and God did not give the name. Even Mordecai himself said that "Esther and I wrote the book". He did not claim that it was the Word of God; We will prove this out as we go.

Well just because it was not mentioned in the Sc ripture, you would say that they we re pa rtia l, but the re is a nothe r great thing a lso; You would think that Xerses, or Ahasue rus, when they recorded the ir wives, if he had such a outstanding and bea utful one as Esthe r certainly would be part of their history records. Howeve r no where in all Bablyonia, Persia, Me des history is there a Esther mentione d or recorded as ever even existing. So lets use just a little common sense, for we can see so many holes in this that you can drive a Mac k truck through it. And we have only sta rted in the subject. If a woma n had practically sacrificed he rself to de liver Israel, the n Jesus Christ, or one of the Prophets, or disc iples would have mentioned her. Some where beyond the Book of Esther she would have been recorded for those acts. There is another stra nge thing about this whole affa ir. The emancipation has a lrea dy taken place, and Israel ha d bee n freed at the time of Esther, the re was no need for Esther to hide from a nyone. Ezra had already been given pe rmission to ta ke one group of thousands back to Je rusalem, and the King sa id; "go with our blessings. You must remembe r that when the Persia ns took ove r, that the Persians were an Aryan people. They we re a people worshipping only One God. That mea ns that they were kinsmen, of the Adamic race. They we re a like people to Israe l, and not like Nebucha dnezzar, and the Bablyonians. That is why they we re released and freed, so why would Esther ever have to hide? Now lets ta ke a look at Mordecai a nd his c redentials. Mordeca i's geneology will just not hold up, and the few rabbis that thought that a Christian scholar that might come along and be wise enough to know the truth. So they had to dig someone up from the past and set a time for that birth to ta ke place. Then they would have ha d to ma ke some something stretch, like their shows on television, stretch it a little, to cause it to cover time that simply doesn't exist. So the Kenite rabbis in doing so, have a lmost made a messiah out of Mordecai. Lets vie w this a little from the Ke nite Je wish Talmud, so to spea k. "Ra bbis c laim Mordecai kne w a ll seventy languages, of all languages of all nations mentioned from Genesis cha pter ten." That would ta ke quite a mind, "whic h the rabbis c laime d as seventy (70) nations. And that his age exceeded four hundred years. " You will find this documented in the "Rebbinical Literate, vol 1, page 179." Now let me ask you; When we have to ma ke up stories to that magnitude to make his geneology and this book reach, that is stretching the point quite a bit. But there it is on Volume 1, pa ge 179. It is writte n, even in the Compa inion Bible, that Esther was the mothe r of Cyrus the Great of Persia. This would ma ke the Book of Esthe r a lmost believable, if you would believe that lie. Because Cyrus was one of three men that God [YHVH] the Almighty named before his birth. But you see, was Esther the mothe r of Cyrus? Absolutely not. A woma n named "Mendane ", the da ughter of Astyages, the last king of Media ; was the mother of Cyrus. This is well recorded in History, it is writte n a nd logged in ancient records. However Esthe r is not found in history, not only in Hebre w History, nor in Pe rsia n history, Bablyonian history, or the history of the Medes. Now, the book of Esther is a nd was accepted by the Nethinims, from the great synagogue, and you can go into the Ta lmud and they will tell you that it was

cannonized the re, but who do you listen to and study unde r? If you are ta king the Ke nites instruction, that's da ngerous spiritua lly. The Ke nite acceptance record was not accepted until the council of Tre nt, a nd there it was pronounced that the whole book of Esthe r to be cannical. Prior to that date it was doubtful whether or not Esthe r should be inc luded in the cannon. Why? It was a fa iry-tale. Any se rious sc hola r can tell that we a re dealing with a book of fiction. God's name is not mentioned any where in the ma nusc ripts of Esthe r, but it is hidde n five times, a nd that is why we can go along with the book being called, "Ishtar, the Hidde n". God Himself a llowe d the Book of Esthe r to be brought forth so the People would know that His ha nd was upon it. Then what are we to lea rn for the Book of Esther? One simple fact. The People that worshippe d this holy day, the ir holy day and not our people, but they are Kenites. This day of "Purim" was never worshipped by Christians, nor did Christ, any of the prophets or the diciples of Christ ever suggest that we do so. The Kenites a re Mordecai's people, the "Ke nite ". So what a bout Purim? There is some doubt a bout the festival that is given in Esthe r, it is ta ught by many that the festival was origina lly a pa gan feast. Either Persia n, or Bablyonian, or Gree k of the "ne w Year, "of the dead", or "of the vintage " of ha rvest, which has been adopted by Jews and become so firmly established, during the captivity that it could not be abolished. For the Jew, it clea rly had no religious significance,but was mearly of a socia l c haracte r. It was ma rked by much merrymaking, and excess. It was however given a patriotic and nationa l cha racter by being transformed into a n a nnual ceremonia l of a great deliverence described in the Book of Esther only. Not any othe r place in history. The Book of Esther was ordered to be read at this feast by the rabbis. Some would mainta in that Mordecai a nd Esthe r a re really the disguised forms of the names of the Bablyonian diety of "Murda k" a nd "Ishta r". Mordecai's day, this day of Purim, had been transformed from a Baby lonian myth into a story of nationa l heros, with a patriotic theme. Suc h a suggestion are of great inte rest, a nd shows much inge nuity, but they remain e ntirely in the realm of theory only. If the origin of the feast as describe d in Esthe r is doubtful, then no othe r theory ever produce d can be convinc ing; unless you call it an out right lie. Now lets look at the historica l value of the book of Esther. It can be seen from the last pa ragraph, the one above, that considerable doubt has been thrown upon the case of the history of Esthe r. Some will de ny that the story has any historical background, and rega rd it mearly as a tra nsforme d pa gan myth. While othe rs a re prepa red to ma inta in that there may be some historical event unde rlining the story. If it is, where is that event in history, it just doesn't ex ist. It has be greatly overplayed by the roma ntic imaginations of the write r. Attempts have been made to defe nd its full historical accuracy, but they are not successful in establishing Esther to any time in history. The book abounds in proba bilities a nd stretc hing the truth, and it bea rs the stamp of an imaginative romance. The writer of the book of Esthe r kne w Pe rsia sufficiently we ll to give the story the complete Pe rsia n coloring that it does have. This is why you must remove Ezra as the author. However secula r history knows nothing of the heros Mordecai a nd Esther. Nor is there any Queen in History of any nation named Vashti.

If Mordecai was one of the exiles carried to Ba blyon, in 597 B.C., whic h the record records that he was, He would have been one hundred and twe nty years old in the reign of Xerxes,and this would ma ke our beautiful Queen a lso between one hundred a hundre d a nd twenty years old. He r child bea ring years came later, and the formula just won't work. There are huge holes in the story, but I suppose that the holes we re left so big, because these Kenite sc ribes thought most Christia ns to be quic k to conclusion a nd so slow in seeing the truth. Now with this background in mind, let us see if we ca n ma ke sense of what the Father would have us retrieve, or learn form this fairy-tale of the book of Esther. Our heavenly Fathe r definate ly intended this book to be in the Bible, whereby we can brand our enemy the liar, and spot that Ke nite even down to His feast days throughout all times. Even to this day. Esther 1:1 "Now it came to pass in the days of Ahasuerus, (this is Ahasue rus which reigned, from India even unto Ethiopia, over a n hundred and seven a nd twenty provinces:)" Daniel reported this as "one hundred and twenty ", in Daniel 9:1, but he failed to mention Esther. Esther 1:2 "That in those days, when the king Ahasue rus sat on the throne of his kingdom, whic h was in Shusha n the palace," Lets go to Daniel 8:1-3; "In the third year of the re ign of king Belshazza r a vision appeared unto me, even unto me Daniel, a fte r that whic h a ppeared unto me at the first." Daniel 8:2 "And I sa w in a vision; a nd it came to pass, when I saw, that I was at Shushan in the palace, whic h is in the province of Elam; and I sa w in a vision, and I was by the river of Ulai. " Daniel 8:3 "The n I lifted up mine eyes, and was, and, be hold, there stood be fore the river a ram which had two horns: a nd the two horns were high; but one was higher than the othe r, a nd the highe r came up last. This is what Daniel sa w when He was also at this pa lace at Shusha n. In fact it was while he was here that He was given the great vision of the great hegoat pranc ing to and fro, a nd c harging the ram. What is important he re is that this is the origin of the hegoat, they are Mordecai's people. This is whe re we are to be be fore wa rne d. Friend, Daniel never sa w this most impressive Queen Esthe r, as she reigned he re, or the hero of the story, Mordecai because it just didn't ha ppen. No Daniel never mentioned it once. Daniel never once stated how Esther he lped him or any Hebre w of the house of Juda h, nor how she helped them in what they were doing. The re is no record. Esther 1:3 "In the third year of his reign, he made a feast unto a ll his princes a nd his servants; the power of Pe rsia and Media, the nobles a nd princes of the prov inces, being be fore him:" Esther 1:4 "When he she wed the riches of his glorious kingdom and the honour of his excellent majesty ma ny days, even an hundred and fourscore days."

They had a drunke n bra wl party that went on for over six month, they we re liv ing it up a nd drunk to the point of insanity. Esther 1:5 "And when these days were expired, the King made a feast unto all the people that were present in Shushan the pa lace, both unto great and small, seven days, in the court of the ga rde n of the king's palace. " When the drunke n party was over the King thre w another pa rty that lasted for anothe r seven days for all the nobles great and sma ll. In as much as Da nie l was second in command ove r a ll the the massive empire, you would think Da nie l would have been invited also. Poor old Daniel was in town, and never got a tic ket to the event. So "a ll the people " as stated he re is an outright lie. However remember that this event just never took place. However, you must remembe r a lso that this story does have a meaning, so we must become involved in it to find the hidden meanings. Esther 1:6 "Where were white, green, and blue, ha ngings, faste ned with cords of fine linen and purple to silve r rings and pilla rs of ma rble: the beds were of gold and silver, upon a pavement of re d, and blue, and white, and blac k, ma rble. " You ta lk about a fancy place, they ha d it a ll the re. There were probably a fe w Persian carpets on the floor a lso in this story. Esther 1:7 "And they gave them drink in vessels of gold, (the vessels being diverse one from a nothe r,) a nd royal wine in a bundance, according to the state of the king." Not one of these vessels being served looke d a like. Esther 1:8 "And the drinking was according to the la w; none did compe l: for so the king ha d appointed to all the office rs of his house, that they should do according to every man's pleasure. " So here we have the state of the king. In othe r words, we a re going to have a seven day party, a nd we a re going to live it up, and those prese nt we re urged to drink what ever you ca n handle. Then if you don't want to drink, the n just don't drink. That was the king's la w sa id, in the story. See now what kind of a n a ffair is going on he re. Re member also at the same time, that the Ke nites that were invited in would not drink. We get this from Jeremiah 35:6; "But they said, "We will drink no wine : for Jonada b the son of Recha b our fathe r commanded us, saying, `Ye sha ll drink no wine, neith ye nor your sons for ever:" In addition some rabbi adde d to these Hebre w books, that a re in the cannon now, a Gree k chapte r to Esther, whe re Esther said, "I didn't drink wine at Hama n's table ". That is the thumb print for the scholar to be a ware of, and to note. Esther 1:9 "Also Vashti the quee n ma de a feast for the women in the royal house which be longed to king Ahasue rus. " The only thing that chec ks out so fa r is the fact that the re was a "king Aha ruerus", which is a title. It is thought by most schola rs that this king was Xe rxes. It doesn't really matter any how, because the whole story is a fairy-tale writte n in the form of a parable. However the re is no record in a ll history whe re there was such a pa rty where all the nobles a nd heads of state wives came together alone is recorded. Now if Vashti was the kings most bea utiful and the most favorite, the n why hasn't she been recorde d? She never existed, excepted in someones mind.

Esther 1:10 "On the seventh day, when the heart of the king was me rry with wine, he commanded Me huma n, Biztha, Harbona, Bigtha, and Abagtha, Zetha r, a nd Carcas, the seven chambe rlins that served in the presence of Ahasue rus the king, " The heart [mind] of the king would be very drunk a fter a seven day binge. The king was in no shape to ta lk to these seven me n, but the order came. Esther 1:11 "To bring Vashti the queen be fore the king with the crown royal, to she w the people and the princes her beauty: for she was fair to look on. " Now get the picture here. Here we have had a drunke n pa rty going on for seven days, and at the end of the seven days the king sends word to his wife to get he r da ncing cloths on, and get yourself out he re to let the boys have a look he r. Was Vashti happy about the order? Now if you can imagine what the place would be like that had a drunken binge going on for the six months, then an additiona l seven day pa rty. Afte r seven days things can get out of hand. Esther 1:12 "But the queen Vashti re fused to come at the kings commandment by his chamberlins: the refore was the king very wroth, and his anger burned in him. " Some schola rs sa id that the king was suppose to se nd nobility a fte r her, but that won't hold up e ithe r. Vishti, just didn't want to make he rself a spectica l before a house full of drunks, regardless who they we re. Esther 1:13 "The n the king sa id to the wise me n, whic h kne w the times, (for so was the king's ma nne r toward a ll that kne w la w and judgment:" This means that the king always looked his adv isors, or la wyers for adv ice. Esther 1:14 "And the next unto him was Carshe na, Shetha r, Admatha, Tarshish, Meres, Marse na, and Memuca n, the seven princes of Persia a nd Media, whic h sa w the king's face, and whic h sat the first in the kingdom;)" As we go through this list it is important to unde rstand the meaning of the names given for these seven princes of Persia a nd Mediah. Whe n Mordecai dreamed up this story, he put some nobility in the face of the king. Carshena mean "illistrus"; Shethar is the name of a "sta r"; Admatha means "given by the highest"; Tarshish means "establishe d"; Meres means "lofty", Ma rsena means "worthy "; and the one that was used most by the king was Memucan which means "dignified". Friend, you have to dignify the story if you expect a nyone to be lieve it. They were the top dogs in Mordeca i's trumpted up kingdom. However when you look at the writings of Ahasue rus kingdom, you will find all these so called great princes missing. They wern't his a dvisors, however in Mordecai's mind they were. Esther 1:15 "What sha ll we do unto the queen Vashti according to la w, because she hath not pe rformed the comma ndment of the king Ahasue rus by the chambe rlins?" What they are about to do here is to say, if this word gets a round that if his wife doesn't have to obey him, ours might get the word also and they would not obey us either.

Esther 1:16 "And Memucan answere d before the king a nd the princes, "Vashti the queen hath not done wrong to the king only, but also to a ll the princes, and to a ll the people that are in a ll the provinces of the king Ahasue rus. " Memucan the "dignified" one told the king, Vashti hasn't only ma de a fool out of you, but she has ma de a fool out of a ll the princes. She has wronged every man in the whole empire. Esther 1:17 "For this deed of the queen shall come abroad unto all women, so that they sha ll despise their husba nds in their eyes, when it sha ll be reported, `The King Ahasue rus commanded Vashti the queen to be brought in be fore him, but she came not.' " What is sa id here is that we ca n't let this word get a round. This is the first c hallange of woman's rights. Esther 1:18 "Like wise sha ll the ladies of Persia and Media say this day unto a ll the king's princes, whic h have hea rd of the deed of the queen. Thus shall there arise too much contempt and wrath." Because Vashti is going to ma ke all the women of the kingdom very hard to get, lets make a n example out of her. Esther 1:19 "If it please the king, let there go a royal commandment from him, and let it be writte n among the la ws of the Pe rsians and the Medes, that it be not alte red, That Vashti come no more be fore king Ahasue rus; and let the king give her roya l estate unto anothe r that is better tha n she." Do you notice a nything wrong with this verse? It is to be written in King Ahasue rus decrees and la ws of the Pe rsia ns a nd the Medes. Do you know what happens when you read king Ahasue rus la ws and dec rees? You won't find this, because it is not writte n there. It is a lie, just like the rest of the book. Our heavenly Fathe r though, has a unique way in the older manuscripts to send a message. The lead lette r of a word was in the form of a captia l letter, set a part from the rest of the letters. Whe n we ta ke the caps from those certa in words, it gives us our heavenly Fathe r secre d name. In this case it happe ns to be bac kward. Esther 1:20 "And whe n the king's decree whic h he shall ma ke sha ll be published throughout all his empire, (for it is great,) ALL THE WIVES SHALL GIVE to the ir husba nds honour, both to great and sma ll. " This wasn't just a local publication, but ha d to be published in all the hundred a nd twe nty seven prov inces from India to Egypt. Yet the writing never even ma de it as scribbling on a wall in the bac kstreets of a ny city of this world kingdom. There is absolute ly no record of it any where in a ll history. The key words in the anc ient text of this verse that gives our Fathe rs sacre d name is the Hebre w capita l letters for the words ALL WIVES SHALL GIVE", the word "the" doesn't exist in the ma nusc ripts. In the Companion Bible, appe ndix 60 gives us the sac red name. You have "HVHY " given here, which is "YHVH" the sac red name spelt bac kwords. A copy of the appendix will be in the end of the book. The Heavenly Fathe r is letting us know that we have a backword story here. Anytime you see the sac red name in reverse, God wants you to know that something is wrong. This is what is known as an "acrostic",

and a n ac rostic means that the verse mea ns a great dea l more that what it appea rs to say on the surface. Esther 1:21 "And the saying pleased the king a nd the princes; a nd the king did according to the word of Memucan:" If it were not for the sacred na me be ing hidden in this book, it would be hard to respect whatsoever the book of Esthe r as be ing other the n a Kenite myth. Esther 1:22 "For he sent lette rs into a ll the king's provinces, into every province according to the writing the reof, and to every people afte r the ir la nguage, that every man should bear rule in his own house, and that it should be publishe d according to the language of every people. " Isn't it strange how out of all those diffe rent languages you ca n't find even one report. Out of one hundre d a nd twenty seven provinces and seventy diffe rent languages, you can't come up with one record to verify this report.

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Esther Chapter 2 "Queen Esthe r. Substitute d." So now lets see how Esther comes into be ing. Esther 2:1 "Afte r these things, when the wrath of king Ahasue rus was appeased, he remembere d Vashti, and what she ha d done, a nd what was decreed against her." Afte r king Ahasue rus sobbe red up he then remembe red what he had just decreed against his own wife. He also remembered that she ha d refused to ma ke a spectacle out of he rself a nd her office, a nd this is what cause d the dec ree that he made aga inst Vashti. Esther 2:2 "Then said the king's se rvants that ministe red unto him, "Let the re be fair young virgins sought for the king:" Though the king is being remorse ful, but now he is going to get a ne w queen. Esther 2:3 "And let the king appoint office rs in all the provinces of his kingdom, that they may gather together all the fa ir young v irgins unto Shushan the pa lace, to the house of the wome n, unto the custody of He ge the king's c hamberlin, keepe r of the wome n; and let their things for purification be given them:"

In the Hebre w tongue, the word "He ge" simply means "e unuch". The king placed Hege in c harge of the women, a nd cha rged him with purifying the young ma den for the king's inspection a nd the contest that would follow. Esther 2:4 "And let the ma iden whic h pleaseth the king be queen instead of Vashti. " And the thing pleased the king; and he did so. " The king was quite happy with this arra ngement once he had gotten his head straightene d out a nd bac k down to norma l. Notice that the king was still a llowing the eunuc h a nd othe rs to do his thinking for him. Esther 2:5 "Now in Shushan the pa lace there was a ce rtain Je w, whose name was Mordecai, the son of Ja ir, the son of Shimei, the son of Kish, a Be njamite:" First of all he is Mordecai is not a Je w, he is a Benjamite. He is not of the tribe of Juda h. What does Mordecai mean? It has two mea nings, it means "a little ma n", or "a worshippe r of Mars". Isn't that a stra nge name for a Benjamite to carry? So number one, if you c heck the ge neology of Mordecai's fathe rs here, it just doesn't work. Now the rabbis themselves, this group that thinks that Mordeca i could be even upwards to eight hundre d [800] years old, says that this Shimei was one that cursed David. But David didn't kill him. This is the speech of a rabbi and don't attempt to remember it for it is worthless information. They say that David didn't kill him because he kne w that Esthe r a nd Mordeca i was going to come forth through his seed. How stupid. Go to I Kings 2:8:9 a nd see what David thought of Shimei. He was a traitor to Dav id's kingdom, a nd for the sa ke of an oath ta ken be fore the Lord, Shimei's life was not ta ken by Dav id. However on his death bed, David ma de Solomon his son to swea r a n oath to kill that tra itor, whic h Solomon did. I assure that if someone cursed David and he had not ta ken that oath, they would not have lasted until the sun set. But when the next king came to powe r, Shimei would surely die. Esther 2:6 "Who had bee n carried a way from Je rusalem with the captiv ity which had been carried a way with Jeconiah king of Juda h, whom Ne buc hadnezza r the king of Babylon ha d ca rried a way. " Now "Jeconia h", in the Hebre w tongue is the same ma n "Jehoa hchin". And that lets you know the exact date when these two we nt into captivity, whic h would make him at the time of this writing some where between one hundred and twe nty [120] and one hundred a nd seventy [170] years old. It seems that Mordecai could have gotten it together a little bette r. We ca n c hange the Hebre w if you like, some scholars do, and say that if this Hebrew man was placed he re first, we can say that these captives were his fathe rs, but this would say that his fathe r Ja ir that was ta ken captive, a nd not Mordecai. But that isn't what the Hebre w says. The Hebre w says that Mordecai was carried a way, not his fathe r. So don't let a nyone pla nt fa lse ideas in your mind, or into a ny Sc ripture that is accepted. Don't let it say something that it doesn't. Esther 2:7 "And he brought up Hadassah, that is, Esthe r, his unc le's daughte r: for she had neither father nor mother, and the maid was fa ir a nd beautiful; whom Mordeca i, whom her fathe r a nd mothe r we re dead, took for his own da ughte r. "

So here we see that Esthe r, meaning "a star" was the cousin of Mordicai. Rabbi Judas says that "Esther" means "Ishtar", and "Ishtar" means "to hide ". And with this rabbi's name Judas we should catch on that we are talking about "Kenites". A chapte r of explanation of who the Kenites a re, a nd whe re they came from will be at the end of this book. In othe r words, Mordeca i was happy to ta ke his cousin Esthe r a nd ra ise he r as his own daughter. Numbe r one, Mordecai would have to be a e unuch, before he could visit a ll of the places that he was able to visit, according to this book. That is to stand in the king's chambers, sta nd in the kings gate, have favor with the othe r e unuchs in the presence of the virgin maide ns, a nd so on. Esther 2:8 "So it came to pass, when the king's comma ndment a nd his dec ree was heard, and whe n many ma idens were gathered together unto Shushan the palace, to the custody of Hegai, that Esthe r was brought also unto the king's house, to the custody of Hegai, keeper of the wome n." "Hega i" as state d ea rilie r, simply means eunuch. This maide n Esther even pleased this old e unuch. Esther 2:9 "And the ma iden pleased him, and she obtained kindness of him; and he speedily gave he r he r things for purification, with suc h things as be longed to her, and seven maide ns, which we re meet to be given her, out of the king's house: and he prefe rred her and her maids unto the best place of the house of the wome n." So you see this old eunuch fixed Esthe r up very quic kly. We a re sta rting to see the type of pe rson and influence that both Mordecai and Esther were able to command. Esther 2:10 "Esthe r had not shewe d her People nor he r kindred: for Mordecai ha d charged he r that she should not she w it." Now like I sa id, the ema ncipation of both the Je ws a nd women had a lready take n place, so why would he wa nt to hide her. It wasn't necessary to hide a nyones identity, for the king ha d a lready allowed the Je ws to return to Je rusa lem with the kings blessings a nd fina ncing. They we re all Aryans, unless she happened to be a Ke nite. And if that we re true, the n she would have to remain hidde n. Esther 2:11 "And Mordeca i wa lked every day be fore the court of the women's house, to know how Esther did, and what should become of he r." Now as it was stated be fore, according to Persian la w, or a lmost a ny la w of any land, a man could not walk in the court of the women, unless he we re a eunuc h. They were the only people that we re a llowe d near the women of the king's court. So we see he re that if Mordecai had set himse lf up in this ca pacity, then he must have bee n a eunuch. Esther 2:12 "Now when every maid's turn was come to go in to king Ahasue rus, a fte r that she ha d been twe lve months, according to the ma nne r of the women, (for so we re the days of the ir purifications accomplishe d to wit, six months with oil of myrrh, and six months with sweet odours, a nd with othe r things for the purifying of the wome n;)" Unfortionately we have let another year pass on Esthe r's a ge, and if she was one hundre d a nd twenty [120] years old, she is now one hundred a nd twenty one [121] years old, so it would become ha rde r for keeping her youthful beauty.

Esther 2:13 "The n thus came every maide n unto the king; whatsoever she desired was given he r to go with her out of the house of the wome n unto the king's house." It is important now to see exactly how Esthe r thought, supposedly. Esther 2:14 "In the evening she went, and on the morrow she returned into the second house of the wome n, to the custody of Shaashgaz, the King's chambe rla in, which kept the conc ubines: she came in unto the king no more except the king delighted in he r, and that she we re ca lled by name." In othe r words, whe n these virgin maidens we nt to the second house, they never got out of that house, unless by request. So Esther did not want to miss he r only oppurtunity to be v ie w be fore the king. So look at the way that she handles that opportunity. Esther 2:15 "Now when the turn of Esther, the daughte r of Aba hail the unc le of Mordecai, who had ta ken he r for his da ughte r, was come to go in unto the king, she required nothing but what Hega i the king's chambe rla in, the keeper of the wome n, appointed. And Esther obta ine d favour in the sight of a ll them that looked upon he r." When she was about to go in unto the king, she required only what Hega i sa id for he r. She did not re ly on he r own mind or thoughts. In other words, she sa id, "Haga i, you know the king a nd you know his tastes, a nd likes. You tell me exactly what I should wear, what I should ta ke with me, and what I should do to please him." So is it a ny wonde r that she found favor with the king. Esther 2:16 "So Esther was ta ken unto king Ahasuerus into his house royal in the tenth month, whic h is the month Te beth, in the seventh year of his re ign. " There is an interesting thing here in prophecy. It was mentione d ea rlier about the dates and the he goat of Daniel's prophecy from cha pter one. Prophetically we know that the date of the hegoat was in 1973 a nd 1974, that is when Nixon was driven from office. Then according to the time that the c ity was smitte n, would have been Decembe r of 1977. Do you remembe r what happened in Decembe r of 1977? Sadat sat with Bagin at peace talks and begin the great Bablyon of the the last days. It is from those peace talks that we have the talks that continue even to today. Esther 2:17 "And the king loved Esthe r a bove all the women, a nd she obta ined grace and favour in his sight more tha n a ll the virgins; so that he set the royal crown upon her head, and made he r queen instead of Vashti. " King Ahasue rus set the c rown royal on he r head a nd Esthe r became the king's numbe r one wife. Is it strange that this great event came to pass a nd complete ly escaped the historians pe n for it isn't written in a ll of history, a nywhere. It isn't, because it just didn't happe n. Esther 2:18 "The n the king ma de a great feast unto all his princes and his servants, even Esthe r's feast; and he made a release to the prov inces, and gave gifts, according to the state of the king. The king was throwing a real event that would never be forgotte n, but again, not important enough to be writte n about by a ny scholar of a ny of the nations of that time. Remember that Ahasue rus was the ruler over a one world system at this time. There is no doc umentation of this event out side the the Talmud.

Esther 2:19 "And whe n the virgins were gathered together the second time, then Mordecai sat in the king's gate. " We see that Mordecai is now starting to move into the palace. Now we are sta rting to see the methods that the Kenite ope rates unde r. If you place the "nethinims" in the place of Mordecai, you have here exactly method of ope ration as to how Satan and the Ke nites work. This is the way the the Kenite nethinims ope rate. Esther 2:20 "Esthe r had not yet she wed her kindred nor he r People; as Mordecai had charged for he r: for Esthe r did the commandme nt of Mordeca i, like as whe n she was brought up with him. So where was Esther's loyalty to? Her loyalty was ce rtainly was not to he r husband the king, but to he r uncle Mordecai. Her loyalty was to Mordecai and to he r race. I suppose that if I we re a Kenite, I would not want people to know a bout he r ide ntity either. Esther 2:21 "In those days, while Mordeca i sat in the king's gate, two of the king's chamberlins, Bigthan and Te resh, of those which kept the door, we re wroth, and sought to lay hand on the king Ahasuerus." "Bigtha n" in the Hebre w tongue mea ns "gift of God", and Te resh were going to kill the king, and mordecai hea rd this plot to ta ke the life of the king. Esther 2:22 "And the thing was known to Mordecai, who told it unto Esthe r the queen; and Esther certified the king the reof in Mordeca i's name. " Little old Mordecai's ears were on every keyhole that his eyes could not see through. So Mordecai went to Esthe r the queen and told he r what he just ha ppen to hea r while passing by a keyhole. Esther in turn went to the king to pass the information on to the king, in Mordecai's name. Esther 2:23 "And whe n inquisition was ma de of the matter, it was found out; there fore they we re both hanged on a tree : and it was writte n in the book of the chronic les be fore the king. " Was it written in the book of the Chronic les about a nd before the king? Friend, not one word of it is mentioned in either of the Books of the Chronic les. It was never writte n that Mordecai saved a ny ones life, or that Esther ever lived, not a lone that she saved this great king Ahasue rus. You would think that it would be worth me ntioning somewhere, but it wasn't worth mentioning, because it just didn't happe n. I hope that it doesn't sound like I am ove r emphasizing, or building a case that would seem like an overkill. But this book of Esthe r has dece ived our people for to ma ny years. When I see the Ke nites in the act of deceiv ing our people, espec ially from the Word of God, the n something must be said. We see from the books of Ezra a nd Nehemiah that the "nethinim" [Ke nites given to service ] had take n ove r the duties of the sc ribes and the priests. These nethenim's we re writing in the same time period as the book of Daniel. Those four, Ezra, Esther, Ne hemia h a nd Da niel, as well as a couple of the othe r minor prophets, were living in the same time period. You would think that one of them would have thought e nough of dear little Esthe r, our four hundred and twe nty one [421] year old da rling to

mention her name. Maybe they e ithe r felt that she just wasn't worth it, or because of the real fact that she just didn't exist. It is important though that you understa nd what is stated that she accomplished a fter this chapte r, for she will become the Jezebe l of he r time, a nd that is exactly what is happening to our people today, a nd what she pulle d upon these people of this story. We will see many more of these insta nces whe re the events should have been writte n, but by some great mirac le there is no record any where. God would have you know exactly how the Kenite came into power and complete ly deceived our people, for that is what is taking place today. out side the the Talmud. 13/4 " ¥d Û æ æ ç è é ê _

Esther Chapter 3 "Haman. The Plot." So we see that the entire book of Esthe r is a book whe re the "nethinims" [the Kenite scribes] show their true colors. Don't let it be sa id that Esthe r does not belong in God's Word, for it de finite ly does be long in God's Word. It gives us not only Satan's method of ope rations, but his c hildren the Kenites a lso. It is where the nethinim scribes le ft their thumb prints in the acrostics in the Hebre w, a nd the sac red name is writte n five times. It is a ne gative report, whic h te lls us how the Ke nite powe r came into be ing. Our heavenly Fathe r says that we must have the key to Dav id, a nd as it is written in the book of Job [Job 36:2-37], Elihu ma kes a great flowering speech saying that God said such and suc h, when God did not say one word of Elihu's speech. So just beca use something is in the Word of God, does not necessarily mean that it is there for a positive effect. For both keys, and both seed lines must be hea rd from, both the positve a nd the negative. We contend that the book of Esther is a story of the fa lse seed, a nd today it will be proved it beyond a ny shadow of a doubt. Our heavenly Fathe r's Word is complete. This is said so that you will be ale rt a nd pay spec ial attention. What about Esthe r, is she recorde d in history? No she is not. There is no record that Queen Vashti ever existed either. All these events that a re recorded here that ha ppen in Esthe r a re not recorded or writte n e lse where. However a ll other event that did happen in this period of history a re we ll documented and writte n in various forms in Bablyonian history, the cuniforms, and othe r writings, a nd those that have the Companion even have a copy in hand. It is no hidden mystery. Remember that king Ahasuerus ruled over one hundred and twe nty seven [127] diffe rent provinces, which means that his control was from India, as state d in Esthe r 1:1; a ll the way a round to Ethiopia, whic h was the known world at that time. This was not a small isolated inc ident, it was written to have covere d the entire world.

Esther 3:1 "Afte r these things did king Ahasuerus promote Hama n the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, a nd advanced him, and set his seat above a ll the princes that we re with him. " Remember that Mordecai was a Ke nite, or a ha lfbreed with a mixture, but he had just saved king Ahasue rus life, and yet we see a strange thing happen. Does King Ahasue rus re wa rd Mordeca i? This means that Ahasue rus promoted Haman over his entire one hundred a nd twenty seven provinces. Now we realize that it is written in God's Word, and I tell you that the re is no witness to Esthe r except within the book of Esther. It has no witness. However there is a place where it is writte n exactly who was ove r a ll those princes, and prov inces. Who was in c harge throughout Ahasue rus re ign, and I assure you it was not Haman, nor was it Mordecai, as it will be c laimed late r on. It was our be loved Daniel, who was over a ll provinces and princes during Ahasue rus re ign from beginning to end, except for a ten hour pe riod. Now if someone can conv ience me that the entire book of Esther took place in that ten hour period, in whic h Da nie l was loc ked in the lion's den, when the king shut himse lf a way and would not let music be played, then you have created anothe r mirac le. It would have been as big of a miracle as if Esthe r had ever happe ned. Don't let it throw you, but the sixth chapte r of Daniel was actually three years out of sequence. He actually happe ned three years a fte r Da nie l 7. This was written in this manne r to throw people off, however it stands a lone. It needs no varification. It needs no additional proof. So lets be gin reading with Daniel 6:1. Daniel 6:1 "It pleased Da rius to set over the kingdom an hundred and twe nty princes, which should be ove r the whole kingdom;" Now actua lly, when Da rius [Ahasuerus is a title ] took a nd conque red these hundred and twe nty, he already had seven that he ruled; so that is the hundred and twe nty seven that is written in the book of Esther. Let there be no doubt that this Da rius is this king Ahasue rus that was spoke n of in the book of Esthe r. There a re no disagreeme nts amongst the scholars with this. It is a known fact. The time and the years in whic h Esther cla ims to have ta ken place are in fact the same exact numbe r of provinces within each. Daniel 6:2 "And over these three preside nts; of whom Da nie l was first: that the princes might give accounts unto them, a nd the king should have no damage." Can you remembe r that? Daniel was first. Daniel was first, a nd Haman wasn't there. In fact Haman wasn't even mentioned in the entire book of Da nie l. Does this mea n that we should throw Da nie l out? That sounds foolish, doesn't it. Daniel 6:3 "The n this Daniel was pre ferred above the presidents and princes, because an excellent spirit was in him; a nd the king thought to set him ove r the whole rea lm. " In othe r words, Daniel was set over the whole entire realm. So what ha ppene d in mean while? There was a little group of Kenites that said to themse lves, we have to do something about this Daniels, and stop him. I am sure that Mordecai was in the background of this pac k of Ke nites that were thinking this. Mordeca i was present a nd

you will see the plot for the entire book of Esthe r unfold in this chapte r. For this is what was recorded both historically and Biblica lly in both places, as ta ken place. There is no Esthe r, there is no Vashti, the re is no Mordecai, and the re is no Haman in reality. They a re not written of, or recorded either in history or other wise, but he re we see whe re the little Kenite a uthor set the patte rn and the plan for his the plot. So here we have Daniel coming along, and Daniel was wiser the n a ll men. Daniel ha d a way of ma king things work, and the Ke nites said that the re is only one way that we can destroy him, and that is through his re ligion. And there fore they went to Da rius the king Daniel 6:4 "The n the presidents and princes sought to find occasion aga inst Daniel concerning the kingdom; but they could find none occasion nor fa ult; forasmuc h as he was fa ithful, neither was there any e rror or fault found in him. " Daniel 6:5 "The n sa id these me n, "We shall not find a ny occasion a gainst this Daniel, except we find it against him concerning the la w of his God" Daniel 6:6 "The n these presidents and princes assembled togethe r to the king, and said thus unto him, "King Da rius, live for ever. " Now everyone likes flattery, and unfortionate ly that is the downfall of most me n a nd wome n. Espec ially false flattery. These presidents and princes told the king, "We fee l because of your greatness, there should be a thirty day pe riod set aside that no ma n wome n or child should worship or pray to a ny other gods, idol or othe rwise, except only to you, the king himself." They kne w all the while that they would be hurting Daniel because Daniel would never stop praying to God, YHVH, no matte r what. And so the king a llowed it. But to catch the scope of this, as it is writte n in Daniel 6, the princes of a ll the provinces took pa rt in the plot. It cove red from India, a ll the way to Ethiopia. Daniel 6:7 "All the preside nts of the kingdom, the gove rnors, a nd the princes, the counsellers, and the captians, have consulte d togethe r to establish a royal statute, and to ma ke a firm decree, that whosoever sha ll ask a petition of any God or man for thirty days, save of thee, O king, he sha ll be cast into the den of lions. " Daniel 6:8 "Now, O king, establish the decree, a nd sign the writing, that it be not changed, according to the la w of the Medes and Persians, which alte reth not." Daniel 6:9 "Whe refore king Da rius signed the writing and the decree." Then these presidents and princes, a long with their la wyers [c ounselle rs] spyed upon poor Daniel. Whe n Da nie l we nt into his home he ope ned his window a nd he prayed to God for Je rusa lem, and they caught Daniel in prayer to the Father, and they turne d him over to the king. Of course Da nie l would not deny this fact to the king. The king loved Da nie l very muc h a nd he kne w that Da nie l would always pray to God. Daniel's belie f in the Living God would not allow him to pray to a ny other source, so the refore the king ha d to fulfill the Word that was writte n as la w. Daniel 6:10 "Now when Daniel kne w that the writing was signed, he we nt into his house; and his windows be ing ope n in his chambe r toward Je rusa lem, he kneeled upon his knees three times a day, and prayed, and gave tha nks be fore his God, as he did aforetime."

The king ha d to cast Da nie l into the lion's de n, for not bowing for those thirty days. We a ll know the story from there. Was King Da rius untrue to Daniel through this entire time? No quite the contrary; he wasn't looking for someone to set in Daniel's place, like Haman, or Mordeca i, king Da rius lite rally sealed the lions den. Da rius' last words to Da nie l before he e nter that de n: "Thy God whom thou se rvest continua lly, He will de liver thee. " Daniel 6:11 "Then these men assembled, and found Daniel praying a nd ma king supplication be fore his God." Daniel 6:12 "Then they came nea r, and spake be fore the king conce rning the King's decree; "Hast thou unto signed a dec ree, that every ma n that shall ask a petition of any God or man within thirty, same thee O king, shall be cast into the den of lions?" Daniel 6:13 "Then answe red they and sa id before the king, "That Da nie l, whic h is of the childre n of the captiv ity of Judah, rega rdeth not thee, O king, nor the decree that thou hast signed, but ma keth his petition three times. Daniel 6:14 "Then the king whe n he heard these words, was sore displeased with himse lf, and set his hea rt on Daniel to deliver him: a nd he laboured till the going down of the sun to deliver him. " Daniel 6:15 "Then these men assembled unto the king, a nd said unto the king, "Know, o king, that the la w of the Medes a nd Pe rsia ns is, That no decree nor statute whic h the king establisheth may be changed." Daniel 6:16 "Then the king commanded, a nd they brought Da nie l, a nd cast him into the de n of lions. Now the king spa ke a nd sa id unto Daniel, Thy God whom thou servest continually, He will deliver thee. " That king kne w and was sure in his heart that God would protect Daniel. Da nie l was seal in the den with the kings own ring, because the king kne w that the Kenites would commit some devious act if the lions didn't get Daniel, the n they would. This is because the Kenites a re more vicious then the lions. Daniel 6:17 "And a stone was brought, and laid upon the mouth of the den; and the king sealed it with his own signet, a nd with the signet of his lords; that the purpose might no be cha nged conce rning Da nie l." Daniel 6:18 "Then the king went to his pa lace, and passed the night fasting: neither we re instrume nts of musick brought be fore him: a nd his sleep we nt from him. " So the king seale d the roc k that was placed before the door. The n king Da rius loc ked himse lf into his own room and prayed, a nd he would not even allow music ians present during that time. He de ffinate ly did not sta rt looking for Mordecai or any other Kenite to ta ke Daniel's place. This is written in God's Word, a nd all the manuscripts. Daniel 6:19 "Then the king arose very early in the morning, and we nt in haste unto the de n of lions. " Lets say it took some where between ten and twe lve hours, it was from a fte r sun set to earily the next morning be fore the king ra n to that den and je rked that door open, and Da nie l was protected by the living God.

Daniel 6:20 "And when he came to the den, he c ried with a lamentable voice unto Daniel: a nd the king spa ke a nd sa id to Da niel, "O Da nie l, servant of the liv ing God, is thy God, Whom thous servest continua lly, a ble to deliver thee from the lions?" Daniel 6:21 "Then said Da niel to the king, "O king, live for ever. " Do you think that king Darius appointed Haman the n to rule in Daniel's stead? No way. The king then took the princes and all their re latives, their c hildren, a nd the ir wives; he took the whole lot of those Ke nites from all provinces and thre w them to the lions. There was a massacure of all those that pa rcipitated in the plot aga inst Daniel. However there was one in the bac kground that sa w this massacure ta ke place, a nd he kne w that He would ga in revenge through this story of Esther, and his name was Mordecai. That is not writte n, but it becomes so obv ious that this is exactly what had happene d. And from it came the book of Esthe r. This was a period in history that the king moved Da nie l down to Shushan from Babylon, because Da niel was down at Shushan. But there is another thought he re to the deepe r sc hola rs, if you want to unde rstand the pranc ing goat, ta ke these words that a re here, a nd you will get a bette r look at the a ppeara nce of the Antichrist, Satan. He is coming in the near future, a nd the plot for Satan's coming is within the entire book of Esthe r. When Da niel re fused to bow, a nd entire group of Kenite people plotting we re fed to the lions. Then from that, someone was seeking revenge. But first lets na il down in history without any shadow of a doubt, a nd put it to rest; Could the re have been anyone else that could have reigned over this province under king Da rius, other the n Da nie l? So lets go now to: Daniel 6:24; "And the king comma nded, and they brought those men which had accused Daniel, and they cast them into the de n of lions, them, their children, and their wives; a nd the lions had the maste ry of them, and bra ke all their bones in pieces or ever they came at the bottom of the den. " God did not protect them. The lions by this time we re very hungry for food for they had not eaten for a long time. The Fathe r had c losed the ir mouths to keep them from Daniel. Daniel 6:25 "Then king Darius wrote unto all people nations, a nd langua ges, that dwe ll in all the ea rth; "Peace be multiplied unto you." Notice that they placed this story in the sixth c hapte r, and gave it the mark of the numbe r of the one that secretly moved it in he re. It bac kfired on them however. So lets go on to see if there is a place in history for the time of e ithe r Esther and Hama n. Daniel 6:26 "I ma ke a dec ree, That in every dominion of my kingdom me n tremble and fear be fore the God of Da nie l: for He is the loving God, a nd ste dfast for ever, a nd His kingdom that which sha ll not be destroyed, a nd His dominion shall be even unto the end." The dec ree of the king was written to all nations and peoples on the face of the earth. The king wrote God's peace from India, to Ethiopia. Did he say in this letter that Esther or Mordecai is coming? No, He sa id that the ir would be "the fea r of the God of

Daniel, for He is the living God. " Does this sound like a n evil man that is spea king to you? Friend, he orde red every individual on the face of the earth to worship the one and true living God, the God of Daniel. Daniel 6:27 "He de livereth a nd rescueth, a nd He worketh signs and wonders in heaven and in earth, Who hath de livere d Da nie l from the power of the lions. " You can substitute Ke nites he re for lions, if you like. Daniel 6:28 "So this Da nie l prospe red in the reign of Da rius, and in the reign of Cyrus the Persian." I hope you caught that. Did it say that Daniel fe ll from grace? This should say a great deal to you. Daniel rule d through the e ntire re ign of Da rius, a nd into the reign of Cyrus, the very one that se nt a nd dispatched Nehemiah to return and re build the streets and wa lls of Jerusalem. Cyrus free d the people. This may shoc k ma ny, but again, the re was no Haman. The re was no Mordecai, a nd the re was no Esthe r. Now this leaves us with a problem, do we be lieve the book of Daniel, or do we believe the book of Esthe r? The Book of Daniel is quoted by our Lord a nd Savior, Jesus C hrist. He stated that the Pharasees a nd the scribes sit in the seat of Moses [Matthe w 23:2]. But He said something else, "When you see the abomination of desolation", and that is these Kenites, "Spoken of by Daniel", and that is Esther, Mordecai, and so on; "bac k in this holy place, you had bette r know that the end is very near. " [Ma rk 13:14] Friend, since the year 1948 the Ke nites, mixe d with pa rt of the tribe of Juda h we nt back into the holy la nds. They became stronge r then ever, since that time that tin horned gene ral Titus ra n them out in 70 A. D. I just pra ise God for Titus, for his role in history. So let there be no doubt, Da nie l was the king's number one person. To go a little deeper, in Da nie l 5:31; "And Darius the Midian took the kingdom, being about threescore a nd two years old. " That night whe n Be lshazza r's life was ta ken, as was written on the wa ll, whe n his kingdom was numbe red and measured, that Darius kne w of Daniel and insta ntly insta lled as the regent. Daniel moved from numbe r one in Babylon's one world system to numbe r one in the Medo-persian empire. Though is may confusing to many Christians, the re was no Haman. There is a report that a re lative or descent of one of those killed that the lions devoured attempte d was promoted, with the a pproval of God. Sure, that sc ribe took the facts of Da nie l, a nd wrote his own patriotic story. The Ke nites are good at changing history a nd c reating the ir own version of the facts. So with this thought in mind, lets go bac k to Da nie l. You may wonder why we ha d to go through that whole story of Da nie l in the lion's den? We will now find out. Esther 3:2 "And a ll the king's servants, that we re in the king's gate, bowed, a nd reverenced Haman: for the king had so comma nded conce rning him. But Mordecai bowed not, nor did him revere nce." Remember now that Hama n was placed in the story, in the place where Daniel ha d held all the time. Unde rstand aga in that this story of Esthe r is a ll fiction. Ye it is a n accurate report of how these deception and lies were used to gain prestege for the Ke nite. Obse rve how they carry the ir plot off to its conc lusion.

It seemed that Mordecai was trying to ta ke Daniel's place. Just like Da nie l would not bow to the other king, so a lso Mordecai would not bow to this othe r person of authority. Do you wonde r where he got the idea in the story? Esther 3:3 "Then the king's se rvants, which we re in the king's gate, sa id unto Mordecai, "Why transgressest thou the king's comma ndme nt?" The others aske d Mordecai, why a re you going against the king this way? Sounds familia r a fte r reading Daniel 6, whe re Da nie l refuse to stop praying to the Lord God. Esther 3:4 "Now it came to pass, when they spake da ily unto him, and he hearkened not unto them, that they told Haman, to see whether Mordecai's matters would stand: for he ha d told them that he was a Je w. " Now here we come with the plot. Stories a re built around something or events that actually happened. Remembe r the huge ovens that were spoke n of during the wa r, yet in the end, it wa re only a fe w sma ll ones found. Esther 3:5 "And when Haman sa w that Mordecai bowe d not, nor did him revere nce, then was Hama n full of wrath. " Esther 3:6 "And he thought scorn to lay ha nds on Mordecai a lone ; for they ha d shewe d him the People of Mordecai: where fore Hama n sought to destroy a ll the Je ws that we re throughout the whole kingdom of Ahasuerus, even the People of Mordecai. " Friend, you must remember what we are talking about here. It is saying here that from India, across Persian, and across the middle east, a nd down through Egypt to Ethiopia, including all a round the Medite rranean sea, Hama n and his people are going to kill every last Je w. And it is writte n in a ma nne r to ma ke you believe the Israelites are about to be killed. There is nothing recorde d in all those countries, of a ny pa rt of this, not one word in a ll history is made of this event out side the book of Esther. Why? Because it was a figme nt of someones ima gination that is telling this story. Esther 3:7 "In the first month, (that is, the month Nisan,) in the twe lfth year of king Ahasue rus, they cast Pur, that is, the lot, be foe Ha man from day to day, a nd from month to month, to the twe lfth month, that is, the month Adar. " This is what Purim was based upon. "Pur" mea ns "to cast", in the Pe rsia n tongue. To this day, what people worship that "Purim" or "lot"? They put "purim", or scroll over all the Bible, a nd the ir ma in feast day of passing out gifts fa lls on this day. Christ didn't teach it, and Christians were not instructed to observe it, but the Ke nites do. They were out casting lots, and looking for a more perfect day for the celebration. It is like they we re playing the weegee boa rd. Esther 3:8 "And Hama n sa id unto king Ahasue rus, "The re is a certain People scattered abroad and dispe rsed among the people in a ll the provinces of thy kingdom; and their la ws a re diverse from a ll people; neither keep they the king's la ws: the refore it is not for the king's profit to suffer them. " Haman here is telling the king that these people just don't respect you, nor keep your la ws.

Esther 3:9 "If it please the king, let it be writte n that they may be destroyed: and I will pay ten thousand ta lents of silver to the ha nds of those that have the c harge of the business, to bring it into the king's treasuries." This amount of silver by todays standa rd, would be about twe nty million dolla rs. This was a lot of money at that time to get the job done of killing all the Je ws. However he had every intension of getting this wealth from the kings treasury a nyway. Esther 3:10 "And the king took his ring from his hand, and gave it unto Haman the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, the Je ws' enemy. " This word "Agagite", the book of Josephus ca lls the Almikite. But it is not, even though Josephus is conside red one of the greatest of the Je wish schola rs. He was one of the Je ws e nemies. Esther 3:11 "And the king said unto Haman, "The silve r is given to thee, the People also, to do with them as it seemeth good to thee." Esther 3:12 "The n we re the king's scribes ca lled on the thirteenth day of the first month, and there was writte n according to all that Haman had comma nded unto the king's lie utena nts, and to the governors that were over every province, and to the rulers of every people of every province according to the writing thereof, a nd to every people afte r their langua ge; in the name of king Ahasue rus was it written, and sealed with the king's ring. " There was a copy of this sent out to all the people in seventy diffe rent la ngua ges, to every corne r of the earth. There has never been even one little fragment of that document ever found a nywhere in the world to this date, out side of the book of Esther and the Je ws Talmud. You can't produce it, a nd no one ever will, because it is lie. Those events surround Daniel and the king, and the lion's den are found, but why isn't this? It didn't happen. Esther 3:13 "And the lette rs we re sent by posts into a ll the king's prov inces, to destroy, to kill, and to cause to perish, a ll Je ws, both young and old, little childre n and women, in one day, even upon the thirteenth day of the twelfth month, which is the month Adar, and to ta ke the spoil of them for a prey." You see what this is leading up to? Remember all those many Ke nites that the king lite rally thre w into the lion's den, from a ll those provinces? Eve ry last one of them died, as well as the ir wives, and childre n that tried to condemn Daniel. Whe re could this writer come up with a story like this? Are you starting to get the picture? The revenge is sta rting to surface. Esther 3:14 "The copy of the writing for a commandment to be given in every province was published unto all people, that they should be ready aga inst that day." Esther 3:15 The posts went out, being hastened by the king's commandment, and the decree was given in Shusha n the palace. And the king and Hama n sat down to drink; but the c ity Shusha n was perplexed. " I bet the city was pe rplexed, if we a re to be lieve this story. This is a good patriotic story for the Ke nites, a nd it has a roma ntic story within it, in fact it even sounds like a soap ope ra. We are not be litttling God's Word, but your heavenly Father expects you to unde rstand truth when you see it. We a re to divide the Sc riptures rightly.

The Sc riptures we re written and given for correction, for proof and for witness. Now show me a witness to the book of Esther, out side of the book of Esthe r. Just one word, spoke from the mouth of our Savior, or one of His disc iples or phrophets, concerning Esther of Mordecai. We can see how many times that Da nie l is spoken highly of. It is your c hoice to believe Esthe r, or Daniel, because one is truth, a nd one is a fa iry-tale. Time will not allow a Hama n to exist, either in written history, or God's accord. That should actua lly strengthe n you. Before we finish, we will look at what is sa id from the Talmud. It is necessary to unde rstand what they, the Kenites think of this a nd see how they teach it. We receive the information and the truth through the Holy Spirit for our unde rstand, for His Word can be proved line on line, where by the deception that goes out from this book, even to this day can be put aside, and the fear that comes into the heart can be re lieved. _

Esther Chapter 4 "Mordecai. Discovery of Haman's plot. " The Ke nites have a method of ope ration a nd that form has been followed throughout history. Numbe r one, they set the stage by bringing pity on the poor unde r privileged. This is well a nd good, for the big hea rted a nd the compassion of the true Israe l people will just open up a nd melt to the needs of the needy. So what we a re about to see in this fourth c hapte r is the first part of the a ffliction of the Kenite, in the form used here by Mordecai. Many of the ir writings have been used down through the years, to exploit events such as the holocaust, that when you chec k the numbers listed in their own records, and you may be dra wn to another conc lusion. Ma ny compassionate stories have bee n writte n, though some a re fiction, yet most of their stories do use pa rts of actua l history, but the true writing a nd only writings that ca n be trusted is the Word of God. Esther 4:1 "When Mordecai preceived all that was done, Mordecai re nt his clothes, and put on sac kkloth with ashes, and went out into the midst of the city, and cried with a loud a nd a bitte r c ry;" Mordecai is acting out remorse a nd great sorrow to dra w c lose atte ntion to these poor pe rsecuted people. They are going to be exterminated from off the face of the earth. There is not one place in all of history, that this event ever took place, it was not recorded from India to Ethiopia, for no where has this event been writte n. Even the threat of it happe ning at this time is not recorded a ny whe re, except at the pen of Mordecai. However, pity and the persecution must be brought upon someone, be fore the case can be made.

Esther 4:2 "And came even be fore the king's gate : for none might ente r into the king's gate clothed with sackc loth. " The king didn't want anyone but happy faces a round him. This acting out of great suffering was against a ll rules and regulation for anyone who came through the king's gates, even the going around with a frown on their faces. Esther 4:3 "And in every province, whithersoever the king's comma ndment a nd his decree came, there was great mourning among the Je ws, a nd fasting, and weeping, and wa iling; and ma ny lay in sac kcloth a nd ashes. " Do you notice a nything missing there? What do you usually have with fasting? What is the idea of fasting in the first place? Fasting is for prayer and meditation. There is no prayer or meditation mentioned here. It is written by a people that prayer might slip their mind, and ma ny good theologians say that you automatically mea n prayer, when you mention fasting. Then let me ask you a question? When the Apostles fa il to drive out a certain demon from a n entity, then what did Jesus tell them was the only way that this evil spirit could be driven out? That ev il spirit was a kind that could only be driven out by prayer and fasting. Be wa rned and a lerte d to this point. Esther 4:4 "So Esthe r's maids and her chamberlains came a nd told it her. The n was the queen exceedingly grieved; and she sent ra iment to clothe Mordecai, and to ta ke away his sackc loth from him: but he received it not." Mordecai turned his bac k to the he lp that was offered him. Mordecai told Esthe r, Just because you are in a powe rful position and can save your se lf, I am still not ridding myself of the sackc loth, but I am going to save our people. So we see the pe rsecution [complex] brought upon by this Mordecai. Remembe r what Mordecai means? It means "little man", or "worshippe r of Ma rs". This may be one reason that he forgot to worship in prayer. Esther 4:5 "Then called Esthe r for Hatac h one of the king's chamberlains, whom he had a ppointed to attend upon her, a nd gave him a commandme nt to Mordecai, to know what it was, and why it was. " "Hatach" means "truly ". This was the communication line that was set between Esther and Mordecai. Esther 4:6 "So Hatach went forth to Mordecai unto the street of the city, whic h was before the King's gate." Esther 4:7 "And Mordecai told him of a ll that had happe ned unto him, and of the sum of the money that Haman had promised to pay to the king's treasuries for the Je ws, to destroy them." This is an interesting verse. We know that this is just a story of the pe n of a Ke nite scribe, but how would he know that Haman ha d been offered money? It is recorde d in Daniel 6:3-11 that this event did ta ke place, but Mordecai the scribe didn't know the amount, but he kne w that Hama n offered the money. What he didn't know was that the king ha d sa id, "I'll pay it for you." It shows us the insight that they tried to maintain.

Esther 4:8 "Also he gave him a copy of the writing of the dec ree that was given at Shushan to destroy them, to she w it unto Esthe r, and to dec lare it unto he r, and to charge he r that she should go in unto the king, to ma ke supplication unto him, a nd to make request be fore him for he r People. " We see many things developing he re. At the point of growing boring, but it stated that this writing or decree was made and recorded at Shusha n the palace. It is not writte n in any of the records of the palace, nor in the Chronicles from Shusha n. Da nie l was the re, and he made no refe rence what so ever of all these people be ing put to the torch, or that a decree eve r went forth conce rning a group of people suffering as such. Quiet the contra ry, Daniel was the president over all the Provinces, he was in charge of a ll the rulers and people at this time. So naturally we know that this did not ta ke place. However it did ma ke a good story. Some would say, a re you te lling me that God would a llow a story of fiction to be e ntered into the Word of God? Then a gain the question comes up a bout Elihu in Job 36. The entire speech made by Elihu was fiction, it was a fabrication to teach God's people a point. The re a re ma ny pa rables in the Scriptures, stories made to stress a nothe r point unre lated to the story. It is a test to see whethe r you be lieve fabrication, or whethe r you believe truth. God ex pects His elect to be sharp, so he re we see that this great decree was ma de throughout all the world, a nd it just didn't exist. Remember also that there is no place in this entire book of Esthe r that is state d, "Thus sa ith the Lord". It was completely dra wn up by some sc ribe, which cre dit is given to Esther and Mordecai. Esther 4:9 "And Hatc h came a nd told Esthe r the words of Mordecai. " Esther 4:10 "Again Esther spa ke unto Hatach, and gave him comma ndme nt unto Mordecai;" We will see he re that quee n Esther is not a ll that rea dy to jump out the re in the courtyard, beca use with it comes a death pe nalty. If she went in unto the king without being sent for, that would mean sure death. Esther 4:11 "All the king's se rvants, and the people of the king's provinces, do know, that whosoever, whethe r ma n or woma n, sha ll come unto the king into the inner court, who is not ca lled, the re is one la w of his to put him to death, except such to whom the king shall hold out the golden sceptre, that he may live: but I have not been called to come in unto the king these thirty days." Esther is saying that the king has not se nt for me, and I am not going in to make your request.. Esther 4:12 "And they told to Mordecai Esther's words." Esther 4:13 "The n Mordecai comma nded to a nswer Esthe r, "Think not with thyself that thou sha lt escape in the king's house, more than all the Je ws." Mordecai is telling he r to stop thinking of just yourse lf for if we die, so will you. Now I want you to see how the plot thic kens, and I want you to see how the destiny of the people itse lf was placed on this morta l, Esther. Note the pen of the a uthor.

Esther 4:14 "For if thou a ltogether holdest thy peace at this time, then sha ll the re enlargement and de live rance a rise to the Je ws from a nothe r place; but thou a nd thy fathe r's house sha ll be destroyed: and who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this?" What Mordecai is rea lly saying he re, was if you hold your peace, and you don't speak out for your people now, in a sense, I will see to it that deliverence will come from anothe r place, and your family will be destroyed. This was a little ironic, in as muc h as Mordecai was Esther's ste p-fathe r, and raised he r in his home, being he r cousin. Remember that Esthe r was the child of his unc le. Then he slipped in that last sentence. "Who knows but you we re saved for this hour to de liver your people." See the destiny that he placed upon this? I ma kes it a good story, a little touc h of Joseph in Genesis whe n the brothe rs came to Egypt. Yet, you must remembe r that the c hapter in Daniel that re futes the whole book of Esther, by the sixth chapte r shere Daniel was cast into the lion's de n. Then we sa w how God defended Da nie l. Did any one have to ma ke a great stand to de liver Daniel? No, quite the contra ry, for even this same king that is begiled by Esthe r and Mordecai, supposedly, was one of Daniel's best friends. King Da rius didn't sleep one wink while Daniel was in that den with those wild lions. Yet no one ra ised a ha nd, God Himse lf delivered Daniel. If you wa nt to ta lk a bout destiny, a nd being born for an certa in hour, the n be a servant for the living God. Esther 4:15 "The n Esther ba de them return Mordecai this answe r, " Esther 4:16 "Go, gathe r togethe r a ll the Je ws that are present in Shushan, and fast ye for me, a nd ne ithe r eat nor drink three days, night or day: I a lso a nd my ma idens will fast like wise; a nd so will I go in unto the king, which is not according to the la w: and if I perish, I perish. " If it be that I perish, so it is. Esther 4:17 "So Mordecai went his way, a nd did according to all that Esthe r had commanded him. " It is ironic that we see that three day period used, for it was three days that Jonah was in the be lly of a great fish, and it was also three days that Christ was in the tomb. So we see that great sac rifice, and the pity sta rting to fall for Esthe r. But I hope you noticed something aga in in that ve rse. What did Esthe r ask them to do? She aske d them to fast yes, but the re was nothing mentione d about prayer. She did not say, "Pray to the God of Israe l." You will not find it there, because it is not even in the ma nuscripts. She did not do as Daniel did, because God was ca lled the God of Israel. So we see something missing. In fact the re is a great deal missing in this book. 13/4 " Å# P U U V W X Y _

Esther Chapter 5 "Esthe r a nd the King." Esther 5:1 "Now it came to pass on the third day; that Esther put on he r royal appare l, and stood in the inner court of the king's house, ove r aga inst the king's house: and the king sat upon his royal throne in the royal house, over aga inst the gate of the house." Esther was treading on da nge rous ground he re in the court yard of the king's palace. There is a lot of royality he re, and the king was on his throne ready to conduct the business a ffa irs of the nation. Esther in the mean time was out in the courtyard pranc ing a round in her ne wly acquired roya l appare l. Esther 5:2 "And it was so, when the king sa w Esther the queen sta nding in the court, that she obtaine d favour in his sight: and the king he ld out to Esthe r the golden sceptre that was in his ha nd. So Esthe r dre w nea r, and touche d the top of the sceptre." It becomes quite obvious a nd I would rest assured that Esther didn't just sta nd the re with he r head hung. Esthe r was in the court c rying for atte ntions from the king, using all he r favors, while using every method she had to attract the king to her. The reason I'm bringing that out is that power is ga ined many times in high places by the wea kness of a ma n or a woman sitting in the position of responsibility. Esther is trying to ga in a special favor granted to he r, that norma lly would not be conside red. Esther 5:3 "Then said the king unto he r, "What wilt thou, quee n Esther? a nd what is thy re quest? it sha ll be even given thee to the half of the kingdom." Esther must have really impressed him with what ever she was doing. What ever it was, it made the king offer he r a nything up to ha lf of the kingdom. That kingdom reached from India to Ethiopia. Naturally he is offe ring the riches that are within that territory within his control. Esther 5:4 "And Esther answe red, "If it seem good unto the king, LET THE KING AND HAMAN COME THIS DAY unto the ba nquet that I have pre pared for him. " It is a banquet that she has prepa red alright. And it will be Haman's last mea l. Now within that verse is the stamp of God's ha nd in the Hebre w Ma nusc ripts. For there is an acrostic e ntailed within that verse. This acorstic is not backwords, as half of the acrostics here are, The acrostic is "YHVH" and it is formed by the words, "LET THE KING AND HAMAN COME THIS DAY ". This phrase is expla ined in an appe ndix at the end of this book of Esthe r, a nd it comes directly from the Companion Bible. We see God's stamp of a pproval saying, keep this book in the cannon, it is indicated with the holy name of the Father. lt is God's stamp of approval, for this book shows how the Kenites came into powe r, through their great day of purim. It is still practiced in the synagoges today, throughout the world. God is saying, a nd I wish to re peat, "Haman" means "the magnificent", a nd it is given "fore wa rd" in the ac rostic.

Esther 5:5 "Then the king said, "Cause Hama n to ma ke haste, that he may do as Esther hath sa id." So the king a nd Haman came to the ba nquet that Esther had prepa red. " The plot is thic kening. First she has ga ined the pity because of the persecution, and then came the suduction to gain favor by attacking the king's weakest position. So now it is time for some action, the carrying out of the plot. Haman is going to be blindsided by Esther, bathed in lies and deceit, and served up in this fine meal. Notice that plenty of wine was served so the king will be ready to receive whatever commands that Esthe r gives. Esther 5:6 "And the king said unto Esther at the banquet of wine, "What is thy petition? and it shall be gra nted thee: and what is thy re quest? even to half of the kingdom it sha ll be performed. " The old king is wanting to know what this fine ba nquet of wine is going to cost him. Esther is going to put it off just a little longe r to assure that the king will not reject her request. Esther 5:7 "Then answe red Esthe r, and sa id, "My petition and my request is ;" Esther 5:8 "If I have found favour in the sight of the king, and if it please the king to grant my petition, and to pe rform my request, let the king and Hama n come to the banquet that I sha ll prepa re for them, and I will do to morrow as the king hath said." Esther now wants to prepare one more mea l for both Haman and the king. So this will be poor old Hama n's last meal, and the n I she will let the king know what he r request is. Esther 5:9 "Then went Hama n forth that day joyful and with a glad heart: but when Haman sa w Mordeca i in the king's gate, that he stood not up, nor moved for him, he was full of indignation aga inst Mordecai. " Haman is feeling very good because he had bee n flatte red by the king and even his queen. The queen fixed a dinne r of wines for him and a nothe r banquet will be se rved tomorrow, for just the king and one other, and that was him. That is what is ca lled being important, and having prestige put on one, Hama n had everything in the world to be happy about, because everything was going in his favor. Their is a warning to gain from this. When you a re dealing with Kenites, a nd it would appear that all of a sudden you have everything going in your favor, and they are the ones that have given the cause of honor and prestege; you had bette r be care ful. If you don't think it is importa nt, then watch what happens to Haman. Esther 5:10 "Nevertheless Haman re fra ine d himse lf: a nd when he came home, he sent and ca lled for his frie nds, a nd Zeresh his wife." Haman held his temper when Mordecai showed him no respect, a little light headed from the ba nquet wines. He is feeling a little blue, yet at the same time he is a very happy ma n. Esther 5:11 "And Haman told them of the glory of his riches, a nd the multitude of his childre n, a nd a ll the things whe rein the king ha d promoted him, and how he had advanced him above the princes a nd servants of the king. "

Haman was top dog in the kingdom. Now those that would like to study this a little deeper, underline this verse. For within this ve rse is a lie that can very easily be documente d from God's Word itself. For it states he re that he was placed over and above all the princes a nd servants of the king. Remembe r in Da nie l 6, where it re futes this point blank. God is not the author of confusion, a nd He would not expect a nyone to miss that. "Daniel was placed over a ll of the kingdom. " Esther 5:12 "Haman said moreover, "Yea, Esthe r the queen did let no man come in with the king unto the banquet that she had prepare d by myself; a nd tomorrow am I invite d unto he r a lso with the king." Haman is thinking that I am such a great man that they simply cannot leave me alone. There is not a nothe r person in the kingdom will be the re, they placed me over everybody, and the queen with her own two little hands, pe rsona lly is going to fix me a second meal. Esther 5:13 "Yet a ll THIS AVAILETH ME NOTHING, so long as I see Mordecai the Je w sitting at the king's gate." Note "THIS AVAILETH ME NOTHING", for within it is also the acrostic in the Hebre w manuscripts giving us the sac red name, "HVHY". It is the sacred name in reverse. To clarify that a little bit for you, let us say that those lette rs, or at the be ginning of the words are in capital letters. However, they stand out in the Hebre w, letting you know that something he re is in reverse order. Friend no one puts the sacred name in reverse, unless it is to de live r a message to those He loves, showing His love for you. Esther 5:14 "The n sa id Zeresh his wife a nd all his friends unto him, "Let a gallows be made of fifty c ubits high, a nd to morrow spea k thou unto the king that Mordecai may be ha nged the reon: then go thou in me rrily with the king unto the banquet." And the thing pleased Haman; a nd he cause the gallows to be made. " Haman was sure of himself. He had self confide nce because the king had given him everything. The queen must have loved him, or sure ly she would not have prepa red those two meals with he r own hands. Old Haman was not a ware that this was going to be his last suppe r. Put a little rea lity to this verse, for the suppe r is to be he ld in twe lve hours, and for the ga llows to be build throughout the kingdom would ta ke months. Like in a movie, a cut to a c lose up will ta ke your mind off rea lity, a nd cha nge the time line, a nd that is what is happe ning he re. So we see the plot thicke ns, a nd you have to admit that it is an interesting story. It is a well writte n story, a nd it has deceived many people down through the years. Many would te ll you that the name of God is not found in the book of Esther. The re is a lso anothe r book in the Bibile that the name of God is not found, and that is in the Songs of Solomon. But friend, the name of God is found in the book of Esther five times and many times in the Song of Solomon. The name is coming up soon at its very base in chapter six. 13/4 " ä- E J J K L M N _

Esther Chapter 6 "Haman's a dvise turned against him." Esther 6:1 "On that night could not the king sleep, a nd he commanded to bring the book of records of the Chronicles; and they were rea d be fore the king." Every story must have a plot, a nd we certa inly had a good Kenite sc ribe doing this story. Numbe r one, in Chapte r two it sa id that Mordeca i actua lly save the life of the king, whe n he heard two chambe rlins ta lking and plotting to kill the king. He saved the king at the e nd of that c hapter. In the very next ve rse we sa w that Hama n was made over all the people. Now a fter all this time, all of a sudde n, this king cannot sleep. Why? Because Mordecai saved his life. You would think that it would be fresh upon his mind. And he would have re wa rded Mordecai insta ntly whe n the deed was done. However, we could not of had this plot, and that pity if it were done that way. The point is this, whe n you see pity heeped upon a Ke nite ope ration, you wa nt to be very careful. I want to make one thing ve ry clea r, if it sounds like I'm saying you a re to hate these deeds, I am not. God must also have the negative pa rt of His plan fulfilled. It just so happens that these people had to fulfill it. The important thing here, is that God intended you [eac h of us of the elect] to divide the Sc riptures, to use these witnesses, and be able to search out the true meanings of the Word of God. God is love, but He expects you to be wise enough to know who you are to love, a nd who you are to watch out for. For we see he re that these records of the court we re brought forth, yet these records just did not exist. The true records of the king's court do ex ist a nd a re known today, yet they do not support the writings of the book of Esthe r. Esther 6:2 "And it was found written, that Mordecai had told of Bigtha na a nd Te resh, two of the king's c hambe rla ins, the keepe rs of the door, who sought to lay hand on the king Ahasue rus. " Esther 6:3 "And the king said, "What honour and dignity hath been done to Mordecai for this?" The n sa id the king's servants that m inistered unto him, "There is nothing done for him." The thought that is promote d here is that Mordeca i was just left right out the re in the cold with no honor after doing this favor to the king. At the same time we are suppose to think from this story, look what they did to that mean old Haman. Mordecai is the one that saved the king, and old Haman got the promotion to the top. Esther 6:4 "And the king said, "Who is in the court?" (Now Hama n was come into the outward court of the king's house, to spea k unto the king to ha ng Mordecai on the gallows that he had pre pared for him.)"

I don't think their is a nyone that can't see just a little bit of comedy in this chapter. We see old Hama n a ll steamed up with his a nge r at Mordeca i, and he is wa lking along through the court, huffing and puffing, heading to get the king's house, yet he can't wa it to ha ng Mordecai on the gallows he built from India to Egypt. Remember that this all took place in a twe lve hour period. Six months has been cramme d into twe lve hours for the sa ke of the story line. Esther 6:5 "And the king's se rvants sa id unto him, "Behold, Haman standeth in the court. " And the king said, "Let him come in. " Esther 6:6 "So Haman came in. And the king sa id unto him, "What sha ll be done unto the ma n whom the king delighteth to honour?" Now Haman thought in his heart, "To whom would the king delight to do honour more than to myself?" So Hama n thought in his heart [mind]; " to whom would the king like to do honors then to myself. " Hama n thought, I'm over everything a nd he loves me, the queen loves me, how could I go wrong? The re couldn't be anybody else higher tha n I am, so this honor a nd is to be given to me. Friend, lea rn a lesson for this. Learn the way that the Kenites operate. If someone ever over compliments you with serpy sweet compliment, be ca reful. It is the number one method of operations used by them. Esther 6:7 "And Hama n a nswered the king, "For the name whom the king de lighteth to honour, " We ca n see the se lf prestege of himself that Haman has he re. Remember that pride cometh be fore the fall. Esther 6:8 "Let the royal appa rel be brought which the king useth to wear, and the horse that the king rideth upon, and the c rown royal which is set upon his head:" Haman is going all out with the pra ise he thinks is for himse lf. Esther 6:9 "And let this appa rel and horse be delivered to the hand of one of the king's most noble princes, that they may a rray the man withal whom the king delighteth to honour, and bring him on horsebac k through the street of the c ity, and proc laim before him, 'Thus shall it be done to the man whom the king de lightedth to honour. " Haman can already see himself on top of that horse, and he can see that footma n running a long in front, c rying out, it's Haman. He is eve rything. If you get all rapped up in yourself, you lose the sight of rea lity. Now watc h what happe ns to old Haman. His little old heart is going to rece ive a real shoc k treatme nt. Esther 6:10 "The n the king sa id to Haman, "Ma ke haste, and ta ke the a ppa rel a nd the horse, as thou hast said, and do even so to Mordecai the Je w, that sitteth at the king's gate: let nothing fail of all that hou hast spoken. " Oh, how Haman hated that little ma n. And he re from Haman's own mouth he has to take the royal crown, the robes, the horse, a nd he has to run in the streets be fore Mordecai, saying what a great pe rson that he is. What a great blow was struc k upon Haman at this time. However there is going to be a far greater blow that he is going to rece ive from Esthe r, a nd he r request for ga llows.

Esther 6:11 "The n took Hama n the a ppa rel and the horse, a nd arrayed Mordecai, a nd brought him on horsebac k through the street of the c ity, and proc laimed be fore him, "Thus shall it be done unto the man whom the king de lighteth to honour. " This would be a mome nt that haman would never forget. Esther 6:12 "And Mordeca i came a gain to the king's gate. But Hama n hasted to his house mourning, a nd having his head covere d." Haman felt rea l bad about it a ll. Esther 6:13 "And Haman told Zeresh his wife a nd all his frie nds every thing that had befallen him. Then said his wise men and Ze resh his wife unto him. "If Mordecai be of the seed of the Je ws, before whom thou hast begun to fa ll, thou shalt not prevail against him, but sha lt sure ly fall before him. " This fa lls within with the Scripture, "those that curse Israel sha ll be c urse d by God, and those who bless Israel shall be blessed. This is the promise that God gave to Abra ham in Genesis 12:3; "And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee : a nd in thee sha ll all families of the earth be blessed. The fact that this Ke nite, Mordecai has been confused with this word that is calle d "Je ws", people have lost the mea ning, a nd they do not know the diffe rence between a n Israelite and a Jew. An Israe lite is a member of one of the twe lve nation tribes. A "Je w is either a resident of Jerusalem, that is to say "Judaea", or "a son a nd offspring of Juda h". Jesus reminded us in Revelation 2:9, that "there would be many in the last days c laiming to be Je ws, [this is Christ's Words, not mine ] but they we re not Je ws but of the synagogue of Satan." So we are seeing a pe rfect example he re of how this is put forth. Esther 6:14 "And while they we re yet talking with him, came the king's chamberlains, and hasted to bring Hama n unto the ba nquet that Esther ha d prepa red. " So we see the queen had prepare d her ba nquet, and it is a ll set for the e nd of Haman. 13/4 " ' Y ^ ^ _ ` a b _

Esther Chapter 7 "Esthe r's petition, The Banquet."

There is a Gree k portion in the Apoc rypha that conta ins six more cha pters, a nd the book of Esthe r continues on. The re a re only ten recorded in the Hebre w. We will not be covering those Gree k chapte rs. The te n in Hebre w will be suffic ient for our unde rstanding.

However it is ironic that people in this day and this hour, as they seek humbly the truth from the Word of God, that they allow themse lves to be deceived in these fina l days. We will see within this chapte r that a birthright was outright stole n. And we will see in the rest of these cha pters the fea r that is placed in the hearts of me n, even to this day, for anyone that will speak aga inst a Je w. The groundwork is la id he re for centuries of fea r ca used by an outright lie. It was placed the re the hard way, yet no one should wishes to do harm aga inst anyone, that is not the role of a Christian. Yet that was capita lize d upon whereby in teaching truth itself, it would be hinde red because of the event that is going to happen he re. When you speak to the Father in praye r, and don't ever forget prayer with fasting. You would be bette r off with the prayer, and let the fasting go if it was a c hoice betwee n the two. Whe n you ta lk with the Fathe r, thank Him for giving you ea rs to hear a nd eyes to see with understa nding, and for be ing able to desce rn His Word. That ma kes you a very precious person in His sight. Never allow the truth to turn into hate within you, it was not written for that purpose, but for the love of our people that a re dece ived in these fina l hours of this ea rth age. There is only One that can stand between them and the serpent, a nd He is our Lord a nd Savior, Jesus Christ, a nd His body. Do you know what our Lord and Savior's body is at this hour? It is His many membered body, and that is you, God's Elect, and a ll those with the sea l of God in their minds. He counts on you a nd depends upon you to see that His Word goes forth. Esther 7:1 "So the king a nd Haman came to ba nquet with Esthe r the quee n. Haman has just led Mordecai down the streets shouting how great of a ma n he was. Haman was in bad shape mentally during the banquet for he has just bee n knocke d off his menta l high position. In the Hebrew text it says that they came to drink with Esther the Quee n. Esther 7:2 "And the king said a gain unto Esthe r on the second day at the ba nquet of wine, "What is thy petition, quee n Esther? a nd it sha ll be gra nted thee: and what is thy re quest? and it shall be pe rforme d, even to the half of the kingdom." Note how Esther is dragging out he r petition. She is asking for them to come to that first mea l which was a drinking party, a nd on the second day to come to another meal. She hesitates in saying he r request. This is the third time she has been asked for he r petiton, including the one in the garden. Esther 7:3 "Then Esther the quee n a ns wered and said, "If I have found favour in thy sight, O King, and if it please the king, let my life be given me at my petition, a nd my People at my request:" This is a rathe r strange request, in as muc h as the true Israel people, the house of Juda h have already bee n freed at this time. And Da niel, a true Israelite, one of the wisest of a ll was actually over the childre n of Judah as we ll as the children of this so called kingdom that Esther's petition is made for. Whe re then is this kingdom, or people that are in some great dange r, for there is no record in all of history, or even in God's Word aside from the book of Esther.

Esther 7:4 "For we are sold, I and my People, to be destroyed, to be sla in, and to perish. But if we had bee n sold for bondmen and bondwomen, I had he ld my tongue, although the enemy could not counte rvail the king's dama ge." In othe r words, by the king losing his subjects, the loss of those Je ws could not be replaced. Esthe r is saying, if we were just sold I wouldn't say anything, however the these subjects the Jews we re going to be killed, according to this report of Esthe r. Esther 7:5 "Then the king Ahasuerus a nswere d and sa id unto Esthe r the queen, "WHO IS HE, AND WHERE IS HE, that durst presume in his hea rt to do so?" This is extreme ly important. In this "WHO IS HE, AND WHERE IS HE," is God giving his sacred name, "I AM THAT I AM', [Exodus 3:14] is what it is in the majestic letters in the Hebre w ma nusc ripts. God's own sea l and thumb print, saying I am he who shall, because He kne w at the time of this lie. This is given so that God's e lect could know, realize and understand what is going on here. It is God that sha ll rain hail stones upon Jerusalem very shortly, and put an end to this particula r group of people, the Kenites that assumed the power at this time. But until the bad fig tree was pla nted, it did not come to full rea lity. Exodus 3:14 "And God sa id unto Moses, "I AM THAT I AM:" a nd He sa id, "Thus sha lt thou say unto the children of Israe l, `I AM hath se nt me unto you.' " The true Hebre w name comes into being. That being "e hyeh 'ashe r' ehyeh". That is why it is importa nt that you realize the strength hidden by the seal of God in this verse, in the acrostic. Esther 7:6 "And Esther said, "The adversa ry and enemy is this wic ked Ma n." The n Haman was afraid be fore the king and the queen. " Haman now kne w that he had been ha d a nd that he was in serious trouble. Esther 7:7 "And the king a rising from the ba nquet of wine in his wrath went into the palace ga rde n: a nd Haman stood up to ma ke re quest for his life to Esther the quee n; for he sa w THAT THERE WAS EVIL DETERMINED AGAINST HIM by the king." The king was so mad that he went into the pa lace ga rden. As the king le ft in anger, Haman stood up to ma ke a request of his life to the queen. He was begging with her and pleading with her. Then the king comes in and sees Esther pleading his ca use before her and he gets quite a diffe rent picture. Now watch what follows. We a lso see that the other sacred hidde n name of God is mentione d in the phrase, "THAT THERE WAS EVIL DETERMINED AGAINST HIM", in the acrostics. This time the Hebre w manuscripts read, it is "YHVH", meaning that God kne w that the re was not only a n ev il determined a gainst Hama n, but against our people by these Ke nites. Esther 7:8 "Then the king returned out of the palace garden into the place of the banquet of wine; a nd Haman was fallen upon the bed where on Esthe r was. The n said the king, "Will he force the quee n a lso be fore me in the house?" As the word we nt out of the king's mouth, they covered Hama n's face." This wording says that Haman was set for immediate execution. I see something in that from the "I AM", a nd it reminds me of anothe r queen and of a nother bed. Lets go to Revelation 2:20, where Jesus is spea king through John to the churc hes.

Revelation 2:20 "Notwithsta nding, I have a fe w things aga inst thee, because thou sufferest that woman Jezebe l, whic h ca lleth herself a prophetess, to teach and to seduce My servants to commit fornication, and to eat things sacrificed unto idols. " Esther fits that disc ription of Jezebe l so well, she delive red Israe l, yet there is no one that knows a bout it because he r actions are done in secret. Any time you pay respect to the fa lse Christ or to his childre n the Ke nites, the re is only one word for it [fornication]. Revelation 2:21 "And I gave her space to repent of her fornication; a nd she repe nted not." Revelation 2:22 "Behold I will cast he r into a bed, and them that commit adulte ry with he r into great tribulation, except they repent of their deeds." Ma ke sure you stay out of the be d of this great ha rlot of this mystery Babylon of the end times. Wise up to the facts of the truth of this word. Now watch this next verse closely. Revelation 2:23 "And I will kill her childre n with death; and all the churches sha ll know that I am He Whic h sea rcheth the reins a nd hearts: a nd I will give unto every one of you according to your works. " This is the same thumb print [I AM] that is placed in that other book of Esther, that other ha rlot that Ha man fe ll on the bed with while pleading for his life. And so Our Lord Jesus Christ shall a lso do to the Ke nites whe n He returns, destroy them on the ir nice bed that they have prepare d in that great c ity Je rusa lem. This book of Esther is placed here whe reby you can see that time where the Kenites came into power. The Keniites, or Nethinims came into power through the ir lies and deception just as the ir fathe r Satan will come in the latter days. Esther 7:9 "And Ha rbonah, one of the chamberlains, said before the king, "Behold also the ga llows fifty c ubits high, whic h Haman had made for Mordeca i, who had spoke n good for the king, standeth in the house of Haman. " Then the king said, "Hang him the reon. " Remember that even the thought of the gallows never entere d Hama n's mind until the night before, yet they have it made not only in Shushan, but from India even untro Ethiopia. When you c reate a lie, create a big one and the people will believe it. In the morning Haman went to the meeting in the palace, he then returned home to tell his wive of the disgrace that had been given him, and then went to get the horse, the robe and lead the pa rade throughout the streets of Shushan. Just when had Haman had the time to make any gallows? I hope you can see the lose ends that just don't tie in with this story, however what is importa nt is that we see the method of operation used by Esthe r a nd Mordecai for that is the method of both Sata n, and his childre n the Ke nites. Esther 7:10 "So they ha nged Haman on the ga llows that he had pre pared for Mordecai. Then was the king's wrath pacified. " The kings vicar, or administrator is removed, now lets see who will ta ke his place at the top. One Question, was Daniel ever removed in such a fashion? Of course not. anger, Haman stood up to ma ke a request of his life to the quee n

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Esther Chapter 8 "King and his Decree. " Esther 8:1 "On that day did the king Ahasue rus give the house of Haman the Je ws' enemy unto Esther the queen. And Mordecai came be fore the king; for Esther ha d told what he was unto her. " Esther at this time explained to the king that this same Mordecai was her cousin that brought her up in the role of a fathe r. Esther 8:2 "And the king took off his ring, which he ha d ta ken from Hama n, and gave it unto Mordecai. And Esther set Mordecai over the house of Haman. " Remember one thing here, the ring in actua l history was never given to anyone named Hama n. Nor was it ever given to a ny pe rson named Mordecai. It is not writte n anywhere except in this fairy ta le. The only record that you will find of this deed is in this book of Esther. This book has no re ference to any other book in God's Word, nor does any book give documentation to Esthe r. Esther 8:3 "And Esther spa ke yet a gain before the king, and fell down at his feet, and besought him with tears to put a way the mischief of Hama n the Agagite, and his device that he had devise d aga inst the Je ws. " Esther 8:4 "Then the king he ld out the golde n sceptre toward Esther. So Esthe r a rose, and stood before the king, " Esther always used her bea uty, even in this story, to capture the mind of the king. Esther 8:5 "And sa id, "If it please the king, a nd if I have found favour in his sight, and the thing seem right before the king, a nd I be pleasing in his eyes, let it be written to reverse the letters devised by Hama n the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, whic h he wrote to destroy the Je ws whic h a re in all the king's provinces:" "Hammedatha " mea ns "double", and the word "Aga gite " means "flame " in the Hebre w. Remember the scope of these provinces. They streatch from India to Ethiopia, and covers a land mass larger the la nd mass of the Unite d States, with over seventy diffe rent la nguages. It was the e ntire known world at this time. Yet in all of these countries, a nd langua ges the re is no event in history re lated to this, to this date, Biblically spea king. Esther 8:6 "For how can I e ndure to see the evil that sha ll come unto my People : or how ca n I endure to see the destruction of my kindred?" So what we rea lly see, is the method of how the holocaust came into being, if you have read any of the literature of the hoax of the twentieth century. Then you can unde rstand how Esther was written. Numbers are used to create a sense of pity,

when the great loss is presented. Though the event may be actua l, everything a bout the event is stretche d to the limit to c reate the emotiona l position necessary for the final result. This same ha nd in kindred, wrote both. Esther 8:7 "Then the king Ahasuerus sa id unto Esthe r the queen and to Mordecai the Jew, "Behold, I have given Esther the house of Haman, and him they have hanged upon the ga llows, because he la id his hand upon the Je ws. " Then the king gives his instructions. Esther 8:8 "Write ye a lso for the Je ws, as it liketh you, in the king's name, and seal it with the king's ring: for the writing whic h is written in the king's name, a nd sealed with the king's ring, may no man reverse." We have quite a problem, he re in God's Word. At the time that this is a ll happening, the king is wearing the ring himself. Only Da nie l is number one in the whole realm. It was with this ring that the king sea led the c losure of the lions de n, when the Kenite scribes caused him through entrapment to be placed in such a place. Go bac k to Daniel 6:17 "And a stone was brought, and laid upon the mouth of the den; and the king sealed it with his own signet, a nd with the signet of his lords; that the purpose might not be c hanged concerning Daniel. " Esther 8:9 "Then were the king's sc ribes called at the time in the third month, that is, the month Sivan, on the three a nd twentieth day thereof; and it was written according to a ll that Mordecai commanded unto the Je ws, and to the lieute nants, and the de puties and rulers of the prov inces whic h a re from India unto Ethiopia, an hundre d twe nty and seven provinces, unto every province according to the writing thereof, a nd unto every People afte r their language, and to the Je ws according to their writing, a nd according to their language. " Gra b the scope of the massiveness of this area. Is it not stra nge that in a ll of these seventy languages, a nd all of these countries of that world system that this was suppose to be written in, that not one word of it is recorded any where a ll the findings. The re is not one record of it ex isting four hundre d years late r when Jesus wa lke d on the ea rth, and ta ught. Of a ll the teachings of Jesus, the prophets, and even the disciples, there is not one one spoken of this world wide event spoken of here. Even the Babylonian history goes way bac k a nd spea ks of the flood of Noah's day. It is strange, is it not? Esther 8:10 "And he wrote in the king Ahasuerus' name, a nd sealed it with the king's ring, a nd sent lette rs by posts on horsebac k, a nd ride rs on mules, camels, a nd young dromeda ries:" It will ta ke Mordeca i months to prepare this docume ntation in seventy languages, yet in the story Haman was suppose to have done it in less than twelve hours. How long does it ta ke to ride horsebac k from Ne w York to Seattle, for thats the distance that these ride rs we re to travel from Shusha n to Ethopia. Esther 8:11 "Whe rein the king gra nted the Je ws whic h we re in every c ity to gather themselves together, and to stand for their live, to destroy, to slay, a nd to cause to perish, a ll the powe r of the people a nd province that would assault them, both little ones and women, a nd to take them, both little ones and wome n, and to ta ke the spoil of them for a prey.

I wonder if you can imagine any king that would place a foreigner, so ca lled over all his house and nations and say to that unknown foreigne r; "kill who ever you wa nt of my people". The n say, "let your people ta ke total complete power". F rie nd, this is nothing but a dream, a nd we should recognize it as a dream, a nd treat it as such. It has never ha ppene d in history, nor has it happened in God's Word. Esther 8:12 "Upon one day in a ll the provinces of king Ahasue rus, name ly, upon the thirteenth day of the twe lveth month, which is the month Adar. " This would be nine months later, from the third month, to the twe lth month. This is coming up on "Purim", the day that the Ke nite still celebrate to this day. The Ke nites are the only people in the entire world that cele brate "Purim", except for those fe w cults that follow their ways. Esther 8:13 To copy of the writing for a commandment to be given in every province was published unto all people, and that the Je ws should be ready aga inst that day to avenge themse lves on the ir enemies." Esther 8:14 "So the posts that rode upon mules a nd camels we nt out, being hastene d and pressed on by the king's commandment. And the decree was given at Shushan the pa lace. They only had nine months to post this message in a land mass fa r greate r then the United States, a nd it ha d to be posted by mules and came ls in all the lands, nations and tongues in that nine months. So we see the stage is set, and issnt it stra nge that Daniel was there at Shusha n, and never once mentioned Esthe r, Hama n, or Mordecai. With a ll the powe r that he had, the numbe r one under the king, and over all the provinces. Jesus C hrist even mentioned Daniel who was at Shushan, and re ferred to him in His own prophec ies. Esther 8:15 "And Mordeca i we nt out from the presence of the King in royal appa rel of blue and white, and with a great c rown of gold, a nd with a ga rment of fine linen and purple : a nd the c ity of Shusha n rejoiced and was glad. " The city of Shushan was gla d, but only in this scribes mythical story. Catch the closing verses written in this cha pter. Esther 8:16 "The Je ws had light, a nd gladness, a nd joy, a nd honour. " Esther 8:17 "And in every province, a nd in every city, whithersoever the king's commandment a nd his dec ree came, the Je ws ha d joy and gladness, a feast a nd a good day. And many of the people of the la nd became Je ws; for the fear of the Jews fell upon them." My friend, even to this day the fear is the re. Have you noticed yet that the word "Israel" has not been mentione d once in this e ntire book of Esther. It just isn't the re. It uses this word, "Yehuwdiy " in the Hebre w. In Strongs, # 3064 in the Hebre w dictiona ry. It means "e ithe r a resident of Judaea, or a son of Juda h". Israel is not me ntioned he re. Fear still goes into the hearts of our people against anyone that teac hes aga inst the Je ws. Preachers love to refe r to this book, and they use this book for the revere nce that they give to Satan's c hildren, the Kenites. They are without knowledge and unde rstanding. It still holds to this day, a nd the truth of this book is one of the most unpopular stands that one ca n ta ke. People still fea r in

their hearts from the ridicule, which is rightfully so, if they don't know our Savior, Jesus Christ and who crucified Him. These that were Christian but became Je ws would become known as proselytes even to this day, and very soon whe n their messiah, the Antichrist Satan appea rs, those proselytes will gather on suc h a massive scale that has never bee n matc hed from the beginning of time. Nor sha ll it ever be again. It is important that you call them what they a re, and know of whom you spea k. They are "Kenites". little ones a nd women, and to ta ke the spoil of them for a prey. 13/4 " _O ¯ ¹ ¹ º " 1/4 1/2 _

Esther Chapter 9 "Esthe r's plea for her people." Esther 9:1 "Now in the twe lfth month, that is, the month Adar, on the thirteenth day of the same, when the king's comma ndme nt a nd his decree dre w near to be put in execution, in the day that the enemies of the Je ws hoped to have power over them, (though it was turned to the contra ry, that the Je ws had rule over them that hated them;)" The numbe r "thirteen" is always the symbol for "rebe llion", by biblical numerics. The entire purpose of the book of Esther is in the pare nthesis that we are reading here. The way that this is actua lly written, should read, "when the Kenites had everything turned, to the contra ry, from Israel, through the ir use of the name Jews. " The n you would better understa nd why Jesus Christ would use the term, "Those that cla imed to be Je ws and are not, but a re of the synagogue of Sata n," Revelation 2:9 The entire purpose of this book is in these pa renthesis here "(though it was turned to the contra ry, that the Je ws [Ke nites] ha d rule ove r them that hated them;)" Esther 9:2 "The Je ws gathe red themselves togethe r in the ir cities throughout a ll the provinces of the king Ahasue rus, to lay hand on such as shought the ir hurt: a nd no man could withsta nd them; for the fear of them fell upon a ll people. " That fear still holds today, the re a re ma ny ministe rs that cry out in fear, don't curse the Je ws, or God will curse you. They just don't understa nd that these people they are talking a bout a re Sata n's childre n. Esther 9:3 "And a ll the rule rs of the provinces, and the lieute nants, and the deputies, and office rs of the king, helpe d the Jews; because the fear of Mordecai fe ll upon them." Was it the fea r of God that fe ll upon them, beloved? No, the word God just doesn't exist in the writing, except where God's sacred name is hidden in the acrostic. It was

the fear of little Mordecai, meaning in his tongue, "worshippe r of Ma rs", if you need any more cla rification concerning the little fe llow. Esther 9:4 "For Mordecai was great in the king's house, and his fame went out throughout all the provinces: for this man Mordeca i waxed greater and greater. " What happe ned to Da nie l? F rie nd, you must e ithe r give up the sixth c hapter of Da nie l, or recognize Esthe r for what she is. There is no room for both. This is not complicated or difficult to understa nd. Mordecai was not a great man in the reign of Ahasue rus, and we get this from the sixth chapter of Daniel. Daniel was the great one whom the king loved. As this little Kenite sc ribe sa w his relatives being thrown into that den of lions that they tried to set for Daniel, he dreamed up this fairy-tale. It was a llowe d by our Father, and it should be in God's Word, because it is the record that brought to pass that message that Jesus spoke in Matthe w 23:2. Jesus told us that the Pha rasees and the scribes sit in the seat of Moses. They have stolen it and ta ke n it ove r complete ly. That time of Jesus statement was four hundred years a fte r the time of Daniel. Esther 9:5 "And a ll the rule rs of the provinces, and the lieute nants, and the deputies, and office rs of the king, helpe d the Jews; because the fear of Mordecai fe ll upon them." If you got in their way, they butche red you. Now the following ve rses are the only place in the Hebre w ma nusc ripts that names a re given in column. How in the world would the te n sons of Haman rate suc h a privilege of this nature if it is of God, and still not be me ntioned any othe r place in the Manusc ripts. Look at the selection of the names that they have c reated for Haman's sons. Esther 9:6 "And in Shushan the palace the Je ws sle w a nd destroyed five hundred men." Esther 9:7 "And Parshandatha, a nd Dalphon, a nd Aspatha, " "Parshandatha " means "prayer", "Dalphon" mea ns "swift", a nd so on. The re is a "Firegod", a son named "Superior", one named "the Strong", a nd "the Man". The reason the Kenites listed them in this ma nne r was in the Hebrew ma nuscripts is the fact that they were hung one on top of the other. Frie nd, you don't hand me n that way. These were not ten me n that we re destroyed he re, but the te n la ws, or commandments of God. They hung those comma ndme nts of God that day and burie d them in this grave of Esthe r a nd Modecai's planning. Let's look at some of the la w that they put in it's place. This is of the Ta lmud. This is the la w that they re placed your Bible with, even though they will te ll you it is the Old Testament. Here is the fairmenss of Esther's fair people. "If the ox of a n Israelite [Je w] bruse the ox of a Gentile, the Israelite [Je w] is exempt from paying damages. " They have substitute d themselves for Israel, and placed true Israel as the Gentiles. The true Israelites just don't profess this Talmud. "But should the ox of an Ge ntile bruse the ox of a n Je w, the n the Ge ntile is bound to recompense him in full. " Does it sound like something from what God gave Moses? This is from the Je ws Bible, the Ta lmud.

In volume ABHODAH ZORAH (26b) we read: "Eve n the best of the goyim (non-Je wish cattle) should be killed. The n in Volume SEPHER OR ISRAEL (117b): "If a Je w kills a Christian, he commits no sin;" In Volume ZOHAR II, (43a ) we are told: "Extermination of Christians is a necessary sacrifice; While in Volume HILKOTH AKUM I (1) we rea d: "Ma ke no agreeme nt a nd show no me rcy to C hristia ns. Eithe r turn them a way from their idols, or kill. " These a re ta ke n from the Je wish religious book, the Baby lonian Talmud. To top all of the Je wish logic, can be summed up in these three passages from the Bablyonian Talmud, ZOHAR I, (60a), we read: "Je ws m ust a lways try and deceive Christians. " In Volume IORE DEA (159, 1): "Usury is permitted for any reason whe n dealing with C hristia ns," and Volume BABHA KAMA (113b): "The name of God is not profaned whe n a Je w lies to a C hristia n." Friend, these passages a re ta ke n from the Jewish Bible, the ir Talmud. Can we ever expect to get an truthful answe r when asking a Je w for unde rstanding of his fa ith? In their Talmud; Volume SZALLOTH-UTSZABOT (17): "A je w should and must ma ke a false oath whe n the goyim [Christian-cattle ] asks if our books conta in anything against them." In Volume LIBBRE DAVID (370): "To communicate anything to a goy about our religious relations would be equa l to the killing of a ll the Je ws, for if the goyim kne w what we teach a bout them, they would kill us ope nly. " Now a fter we have read all these parts from the ir Bablyon Ta lmud, tell me that they are God's pe ople. Whe n the Jew simply cannot get out of fac ing the truth, then lie about it a little. It won't hurt to lie whe n you a re a good Ke nite. Satan loves it, whe n you are one of his childre n. If you think for one moment that these people are not intelligent, you are fooled, and badly deceived. Do you think that they do not know who they a re? In another passage, given by a Ra bbi from their sac red text it says; "Now a days if a Ge ntile should betroth a Je wess, the re is reason in rega rding the betrothal as not there fore invalid, for he may be a descende d of the ten tribes, a nd so one of the seed of Israe l." Friend, it is only our people that a re not awa re of the ten tribes that went north a nd we re inte rmingled. The very talmud itse lf verifies that the te n tribes we nt north and if a Je w ma rry one, it is still a lright, for he is probably one of those of the ten lost tribes. It was only the tribes that lost themse lves. So here we have this tric ke ry. This la w that lines up and only protects one people. Those people are the ones that posses it and that pa rta ke of it. No wonder they hated Jesus Christ so muc h because He kne w them for what and who they we re. He could see right into the intent of their sinful hea rts, and they kne w it. It was for this reason these Kenites c ruc ified our Lord and Savior. So lets continue in Esther. Esther 9:8 "And Poratha, a nd Ada lia, and Aridatha, " Esther 9:9 "And Prmashta, a nd Arisa i, and Arida i, and Va jezatha, " Esther 9:10 "The ten sons of Hama n the son of Hammedatha, the e nemy of the Jews, slew they; but on the spoil la id they not the ir ha nd. " They didn't touc h the spoils.

Esther 9:11 "On that day the numbe r of those that were sla in in Shusha n the palace was brought before the king. " They came to re port how ma ny of the king's subjects had been slain. Esther 9:12 "And the king said unto Esthe r the queen, "The Je ws have sla in and destroyed five hundred men in Shusha n the palace, a nd the ten sons of Hama n; what have they done in the rest of the king's provinces? now what is thy petition? a nd it shall be granted thee: or what is thy request further? and it shall be done. " The king is now asking Esther, does that please you now. Good little old Esther, do you know what she said? Esther 9:13 "The n sa id Esthe r, "If it please the king, let it be gra nted to the Je ws which a re in Shushan to do the morrow also according unto this day's decree, a nd let Haman's ten sons be hanged upon the gallows." These ten young men, the sons of Haman that we re a lready dead, a nd this woman wanted their dead bodies hung on the ga llows for public display. What kind of a woma n is this? a he ro of Israel? Hardly. Esther 9:14 "And the king commande d it so to be done: a nd the decree was given at Shushan; a nd they hange d Hama n's ten sons. " I assure you that if Daniel was present, he would not have allowed suc h a n atrocity as this to ta ke place, and neither would the king that loved Da nie l. Esther 9:15 "For the Je ws that were in Shusha n gathe red themseves together on the fourteenth day also of the month Adar, and sle w three hundred men at Shusha n; but on the prey they laid not their hand." Esther 9:16 "But the other Je ws that were in the king's provinces gathered themselbes together, a nd stood for thie r lives, and had rest from the ir enemies, and slew of their foes seventy and five thousand, but they la id not their hands on the prey." Is it not strange that such a n atroc ity as this is not recorded outside of the Talmud, and this book of Esthe r. It isn't mentioned a ny whe re else in God's Word where suc h a great deed as this took place. Not one prophet, not one scholar, not one writer, a nd not one ma n led of God mentions this incident in the rest of God's Word. This great delivery of the Je wish Ke nite people sta nds a lone without a witness. Do you know what God's Word says about a scripture that stands a lone? If it doesn't have two witnesses, it just can not be trusted. Esther 9:17 "On the thirteenth day of the month Adar; a nd on the fourteenth day of the same rested they, and ma de it a day of fasting a nd gla dness." This shows the ir menta lity; you have ten men killed and hung twice on a single gallows, ha nging out there in the hot sun. You have eight hundred dead scattered throughout the city of Shushan, and you have seventy five thousand slaughte red elsewhere without a trial. To them, that is rea lly the time to ce lebrate. It is time for a feast day. What kind of people would do this?

Esther 9:18 "But the Je ws that we re at Shus han assembled together on the thirteenth day the reof, and on the fourteenth the reof; a nd on the fifteenth day of the same they rested, and ma de it a day of feasting and gladness." Esther 9:19 "The refore the Je ws of the villages, that dwelt in the unwalled towns, and made the fourteenth day of the month Adar a day of Gla dness a nd feasting, and good day, and of sending portions one to a nothe r. " To them this month of Ada r, is ca lle d the month of Mordecai. This holiday still holds to this day. It is even ce lebrate d on this same day, the 13th, 14th, a nd 15th of Adar, on the Hebre w ca lander. That fa lls usually in our Ma rch. On those days you will still see these people strike out at it's e nemies at that time, a nd on that day. It usually passes right by, hidde n by the press, unless you have the advanta ge of wide ne ws covera ge. Esther 9:20 "And Mordeca i wrote the re things, a nd sent letters unto all the Je ws that we re in all the prov inces of the king Ahasuerus, both nigh and far, " Again we have great lette rs going forth a ll over the place, whe re there is a bsolutely no record of them. Esther 9:21 "To stablish this among them, that they should keep the fourteenth day of the month Adar, and the fifteenth day of the same, yea rly," And it still does, Mordecai got the job done we ll. Esther 9:22 "As the days where in the Je ws rested from the ir enemies, and the month which was turned unto them from sorrow to joy, a nd from mourning into a good day: that they should ma ke them days of fasting and joy, and of sending portions one to anothe r, and gifts to the poor. These are still the deeds that are done on those days, and they give one another gifts just as we do at Christmas time. Esther 9:23 "And the Je ws undertook to do as they had begun, a nd as Mordecai had writte n unto them;" Did it say, God sa id to set up this holiday? Who set it up? Mordecai wrote the lette r, and set up the holiday. God had nothing to do with this holiday, it came from the pen of this Ke nite Je wish scribe, writte n a bout Mordecai, a nd quee n Esther. Esther 9:24 "Because Haman the son of Hamme datha, the Agagite, the e nemy of a ll the Je ws, had devised aga inst the Je ws to destroy them, a nd ha d cast Pur, that is the lot, to consume them, a nd to destroy them;" Remember "Pur" means "stone ", that action is called "the lot", they thre w the stones to kill those that got in their way. Now this is how the holiday gets it's name. Listen closely, and you will be able to identify the "mark of a beast" from it. Esther 9:25 "But when Esthe r came before the king, he commanded by lette r that his wicke d dev ice, which he devised against the Je ws, should return upon his own head, and that he a nd his sons should be hanged on the ga llows. " Now here is the decree.

Esther 9:26 "Whe refore they ca lled these days Purim a fter the the name of Pur. There fore for all the words of this letter, a nd of that whic h they ha d seen conce rning this matter, and which had come unto them, " "Purim" which simply means "stones". Lets ana lyse this word "Purim". This holiday does not come forth a nywhere in God's Word. The holiday jumps from here to the Ta lmud. Does that tell you something? "Pur" whic h is the "lot" or "pebble ", while their fathe r is ca lled "the king of Ty re", which is the "king of the roc k" [who is Sata n]. You had better keep your stones straight. For when it is written in Revelation that you should count the number of the beast; in the Gree k, it doesn't mea n counting like 1, 2, 3, 4, and so on, it states "to enumerate, by using the stones worn smooth of use, over a long period of time. " Revelation 13:17, 18 "And that no ma n might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. " [17] "He re is wisdom. Let him that hath unde rstanding count the numbe r of the beast: for it is the numbe r of a ma n; and his numbe r is Six hundre d threescore and six." That long period of time is from Cain's birth in the ga rde n of Eden, until the time little Esther, that little one hundre d a nd twenty [120] year old bea uty queen. They a re the ones that use the stones that we are to count the numbe r of. They a re the stones a nd their traditions a nd dogma has bee n worn smooth over the ce nturies. Do you know who the Ke nites are, whe re they came from, or what they a re doing in their hidden places? They are prepa ring the world for the coming of their father Satan. So what did Jesus tell us to do? "Let him that hath unde rstand count the numbe r of the beast..." The "man" is Sata n, and his numbe r in biblica l nume rics is six. There is only one book that expa nds on this book of Esther, a nd that is the Ta lmud, God's Word does not. However Esthe r is placed in the Bible for our record, a nd knowledge: Whe reby we c ould know how to count that number of the beast. The ir very holiday is called the stones, a nd you might note that in Isaiah 47:13 Isa iah said, "you cry to those stones, a nd let them try to save you." Isa iah 47:13 "Thou a rt wea rie d in the multitude of thy counsels. Let now the astrologers, the stargaze rs, the monthly prognosticators, stand up, a nd save thee from these these things that shall come upon thee. Chapter 10 "Esthe r. The royal authority." Esther 10:1 "And the king Ahasuerus laid a tribute upon the land, and upon the isles of the sea." When you accomplish all your decrees by pen, nothing becomes difficult. Esther 10:2 "And all the acts of his power and of his might, a nd the declaration of the greatness of Mordecai, whe reunto the king advanced him, are they not writte n in the book of the c hronicles of the kings of Me dia and Persia?" That a nswer is quite simple. The truth of the matte r is, absolute ly not, not one bit of it. If you wa nt to go to the events of this time, find Da nie l a nd all that is recorded in Daniel 6. He was the re and there is muc h written, for it was Daniel that was e levated. Our Daniel was appointed and led by God, and he was the true son of Israe l that led our people at that time. Not this so-called fa iry-tale hero. It is important that you remember also, in recapping that king Ahasue rus in

Daniel's reign, turne d the true God of Israel, even from His own mouth recorde d in Daniel 6:26; "I ma ke a dec ree, That in every dominion of my kingdom men tremble and fea r before the God of Daniel: for He is the living God, and stedfast for ever, and His kingdom that which sha ll not be destroyed, a nd His doma in sha ll be even unto the end." From the be ginning of king Ahasuerus' re ign at his conversion, unto the very end, there was not one day that the king did not pray to the living God. There is no way that Ahasue rus would be deceived into such as a folly as this report is. Esther 10:3 "For Mordecai the Je w was next unto king Ahasuerus, and great among the Je ws, a nd accepte d of the multitude of his brethren, see king the wealth of his People, a nd spea king peace to all his seed." This, "see king the wealth of his People...", should give you a c lue as to what Mordecai is all about. They took their wea lth quite seriously down through the years, and still do today. They have done a excelle nt job of gathering their wea lth. It is not meant to sound sarcastic, but it is difficult when you have seen what these Kenites have done to our people through the centuries. But it is bea utiful that our heavenly Father has allowed this to be planted in our Word to open our eyes to their traps of usury, tra de and their contracts to ma ke what is yours, the irs. How could Mordecai have been elevated next to the king, when Daniel he ld that position for the entire life of king Ahasuerus. Who a re you going to believe, Mordecai? or Da nie l, who was given his crede ntia ls by the Living God. The choice is yours. It is written in the thirty fifth c hapter of Jeremia h, where God instructed Jeremiah the prophet to bring the Ke nites into the Tabe rnacle, and He told Jeremiah to give them wine. Jeremia h 35:6 "But they said, "We will drink no wine: for Jonadab the son of Rec hab our fathe r commande d us, saying, `Ye sha ll drink no wine, neither ye, nor your sons for ever:" Jeremia h 35:7 "Neither sha ll ye build house, nor sow seed, nor plant vineyard, nor have any: but a ll your days ye sha ll dwe ll in tents; that ye may live many days in the land where ye be strangers.' " The Ke nites obeyed their father Jonadab to the point whe re God promised them this; Jeremia h 35:18, 19 "And Jeremiah said unto the house of the Rechabites [Ke nites], "Thus sa ith the Lord of hosts, the God of Israe l; Because ye have obeyed the commandment of Jona dab your father, and kept all his precepts, and done according unto a ll that he hath commande d you:" [18] "There fore thus saith the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel; Jonadab the son of Rechab shall not wa nt a man to stand be fore Me for ever.' " [19} King Ahasue rus' wife was "Mendane " a nd not Esthe r. History we ll records it. So we see that God in a llowing someone to stand be fore the Ke nite, a nd in this story of Esther it pic ks a little one that does the job using lies. This is Sata n's ways of doing things. I thank God for this book, I thank Him because it lets us know today the frame of mind that these people hold. God is wa rning us that they think nothing of destroying a nyone that gets in their way. We read those fe w small la ws from the ir Talmud to show you how fair thinking people they a re. And you ha d bette r wa ke up to it. They will say anything, for a lie comes easy to the Ke nite, and their la ws protect them in it. Wa ke up a nd be watc hmen. God said, I AM, "EHYEH 'ASHER' EHYEH", shall correct it. Even the name Esther itse lf, means hidde n, and here it is, the rea l truth, hidden in this way. This is a lone ly stand to teach the book of Esther in truth and this way, because the book is a lie, and it has been docume nted in this study.

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