Reading Note – Esther 3

  • Mordecai was a brave guy. He even disobeyed the King’s command because he considered it immoral. He did this despite peer pressure and the threat of Haman’s anger. (3:3)
  • Haman was not satisfied with destroying Mordecai. He just had to kill all the Jews because one of them would not bow to him. Was something wrong with the guy or what? (v 6)
  • The king seemed to take the life of his subject lightly. He didn’t ask for much clarification when Haman said he wanted to destroy an entire group of people. He just took Haman at his word and concluded that the Jews were dangerous (v 8 – 11)

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