God had her in a place of a foreign king at a time when high ranking officials turned on her people-the Jews.
She made a bold appeal to the king. She approached the king in a very unorthodox manner, one which would bring death to anyone (wife included) unless the king gave clearance. This is a great attachment to Hebrews 4:14-16 and of the fact that she wasn’t even approaching the king for herself. She risked her life to save her people.
How can we enter the turf of our own enemies, eat with them & encounter the beginnings of understanding?
How is Esther, a young Jewish woman displaced from Jerusalem, having eyes for her people an example to us?
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