How was Esther brought up?


"He [Mordecai the Jew] brought up Hadassah, that is, Esther, his uncle's daughter. . . . when her father and
mother were dead." Esther 2: 7.
NOTE - Mordecai was a man who feared and served God, as is shown by his wise and courageous
counsel to Esther, and by his own righteous conduct when the lives of both were at stake in their efforts to
save the people of God from destruction while in captivity in Medo-Persia. He undoubtedly taught Esther
from childhood to fear and serve God. Otherwise she would not have met the crisis with such fearless
courage and such confidence in God.

How was He treated?
What will sound doctrine enable the faithful teacher to do?
What did the wise men of the East do when they had found Jesus?
What was given into the hands of the power represented by the little horn?
Does the Papacy acknowledge that it has changed the Sabbath?
Do the dead know anything?
By what are we to try them?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle