The Esther Study finale 📖 

Upon Haman’s exit from Queen Esther’s banquet, his smugness was short-lived when he encountered Mordecai “in the king’s gate and that he did not stand or tremble before him..” (Esther 5:9). Haman was so “filled with indignation”, but he remained composed so that he could get together with his wife Zeresh and their friends in order to brag about “the multitude of his children, everything in which the king had promoted him, and how he had advanced him above the officials and servants..” (5:11). 

Haman boasted that Queen Esther had prepared a second special banquet that only he was invited to attend with King Ahasuerus. He complained to his wife and friends that his prestige and importance were marred and of little effect amidst the continual defiance of Mordecai the Jew who sat at the king’s gate (5:13). Zeresh and friends devised a scheme to help Haman get rid of Mordecai:“Let a gallows be made and in the morning suggest to the king that Mordecai be hanged on it; then go merrily with the king to the banquet” (5:14).

Their evil plot “pleased Haman” and he commissioned the gallows to be made (5:14). Haman was so vindictive and impatient to be rid of Mordecai’s insulting presence, he could not wait for the decree to carry out his murder. He had to personally take his murderous motives for Mordecai into his own hands with their hastily concocted scheme.

✨✨✨I believe that during the same night, God caused King Ahasuerus to be restless and brought remembrance of the good that Mordecai had done. He commanded the book of the records of the chronicles be brought out and read to him. “And it was found written that Mordecai had told of…the doorkeepers who had sought to lay hands on King Ahasuerus” (6:2-3). The king asked what honor had been given to Mordecai to repay him for revealing a plot to end his life; and his servants informed him “Nothing has been done for him” (6:3).✨✨✨
The king’s remembrance of Mordecai carried into the next morning because when his servants answered the king’s question, Haman had arrived in the outer court. He was there bright and early to make his suggestion that Mordecai be hung on the gallows he had built for him. 
When the king allowed Haman to enter, he asked: 

“What shall be done for the man whom the king delights in?” 

✨✨✨Mordecai pondered in his heart whether there was anyone who the king might “delight to honor more” (6:6). Mordecai asked the king for a “royal robe which the king has worn”, “a horse on which the king has ridden, which has a royal crest placed on its head”; AND he wanted those delivered to him by the hand of “one of the king’s most noble princes” so that the prince could put the robe on him and also “parade him on horseback through the city square, and proclaim before him: ‘Thus shall it be done to the mam whom the king delights to honor!” (6:7-9). 

This is the part of Esther’s account where we see a twist–a turnaround–in the enemy Haman’s wicked plans. ✨✨✨

The king promptly agreed with Haman’s suggestion. He ordered him to take the royal robe and horse with the royal crest so that he could do just as he suggested for “Mordecai the Jew who sits within the king’s gate! Leave nothing undone of all that you have spoken.” (6:10). 

Haman did all that he had suggested and had to perform this great honor for the very man he wanted hung on the gallows he had built the day before! Haman had to put the royal robe on Mordecai and lead Mordecai in a procession all-the-while proclaiming that this was the treatment bestowed on the man the king “delights to honor!” (6:11) The king delighted to honor Mordecai not Haman!!! 

Haman must have been shocked to his core. Oh, how his plans had begun to backfire and unravel right in his hands and in front of his eyes! 
Following this surprising turn of events, Mordecai returned to the king’s gate, while Haman scurried home in his humiliation and despair “mourning and with his head covered” (6:12). He shared his upsetting news with his wife and friends who were wisemen or oracles. They delivered an ominous revelation to Haman saying, “If Mordecai, before you have begun to fall, is of Jewish descemt, you will not prevail against him but will surely fall before him (6:12-13).

 They were still discussing this with Haman when the king’s eunuchs arrived and swifted Haman away to Esther’s second banquet.
On the second day of the banquet of wine, King Ahasuerus asked Esther again what would she request of him. Queen Esther answered and said:
“If I have found favor in your sight, O king, and if it pleases the king, let my life be given me at my petition, and my people at my request. For we have been sold, my people and I, to be destroyed, to be killed, and to be annihilated. Had we been sold as male and female slaves, I would have held my tongue, although the enemy could never compensate for the king’s loss” (7:3-4).

✨✨✨Imagine how the king must have felt sitting with his beautiful wife who had prepared a sumptuous feast for him and his closest cohort. The ambiance had shifted from one of ease and congeniality to somber and tension. The queen had gone from serving him to practically begging for her life and her people’s lives to be spared. ✨✨✨

The king was in an uproar and demanded to know the identity and whereabouts of the man who had DARED to think of doing such a thing in his heart! He loved Esther and this was not something he would stand for or allow to happen.

” And Esther said, ” The adversary and enemy is this wicked Haman!” So Haman was terrified…the king arose in his wrath and went into the palace garden…Haman stood before Queen Esther, pleading for his life…When the king returned…Haman had fallen across the couch where Esther was.” (7:7-8)

The king returned and this sight greeted his eyes. He accused Haman of trying to assault the queen even while he was still in his own house! Even as this scene was being assessed by the king, they had Haman’s head covered. The king’s eunuch Harbonah pointed out:

 “Look! The gallows, fifty cubits high, which Haman made for Mordecai, who spoke good on the king’s behalf, is standing at the house of Haman” (7:9).

The king orders that Haman be promptly hung on the very same gallows he had built for Mordecai. Wow!!!! 

On that same day that Haman was hung on his gallows, King Ahasuerus awarded Queen Esther with Haman’s estate. Esther disclosed to the king that Mordecai was her relative and the king gifted him with his signet ring he’d taken back from Haman. Esther also turned around and gifted Haman’s estate to Mordecai. 

Esther “implored with tears to counteract the evil of Haman the Agagite, ” and his scheme delineating the destruction of the Jews (8:3). King Ahasuerus extended his golden scepter yet again, and she arose to petition another decree be written to “revoke the letters devised by Haman” (8:5). She expressed her dual stake concern for the threat as being a Jew for she did not want to see harm come to her kinsmen. 

The king told Esther and Mordecai to write the decree on behalf of the Jews and to seal it with his signet ring so that “no one can revoke” (8:8). 

The king’s scribes were assembled to write the decree “according to all that Mordecai commanded” for the Jews, and every person in power and in their own languages–127 provinces altogether. In addition, letters were sealed and sent “by couriers on horseback riding on royal horses bred from swift steeds”. The letters gave the Jews permission to “gather together and protect their lives” by any meams necessary, from anyone who attacked them (8:9,10,11). The couriers were “hastened” by the king and the decree was issued in Shushan the citadel” (8:14).
✨✨✨I envision Mordecai walking out onto a balcony that overlooks the palace. He wore his royal robe of blue and white with a golden crown, as well as, a garment of fine linen and purple to greet the Jewish people’s cheers and celebration at the palace and in the streets below. ✨✨✨

And in every province and city, wherever the king’s command and decree came, the Jews had joy and gladness, a feast and a holiday” (8:17).

“On the day that the enemies of the Jews had hoped to overpower them, the opposite occurred in that the Jews themselves overpowered those who hated them” (9:1). The Jews went after everyone who sought their death and destroyed them all. They were helped by the king’s officials, satraps, governor, and all who were his allies. Mordecai became famous throughout the kingdom.

Furthermore, in Shushan, the Jews had killed 500 men, including Haman’s ten sons. When the casualties were reported to King Ahasuerus, he only wanted to know what further casualties had been accomplished in the other provinces and whether Queen Esther had any further requests to make. Esther requested an additional day to complete the onslaught against the Jews’ enemies and that “Haman’s ten sons be hanged on the gallows” in spite of the fact that they were already dead (9:14)! Queen Esther wasn’t playing!!!

The king issued the decree to hang them and permitted an additional day of war against the Jews’ enemies, resulting in 75,000 more enemy casualties! 
To celebrate their victory over their enemies, Mordecai established the feast of Purim–to be celebrated “yearly the 14th amd 15th days of the month Adar” (9:21). 

It was named Purim because Haman had cast Pur (the lot) to annihilate the Jews. Purim was established to be observed from generation to generation as a remembrance of how the Jews were saved from death by Queen Esther’s courageous plea to King Ahasuerus. Queen Esther wrote with her own authority to back up Mordecai’s letters about Purim.
So the decree of Esther confirmed these matters of Purim, and it was written in the book” (9:32). 

Fun Facts About Purim:

🔹The megillah (book of Esther) is read.

🔹Money gifts are given to the poor.

🔹Gifts of food are sent to friends.
🔹A festive Purim feast is held, and children dress up in costumes.
The image below is of an ornately embellished cover for Esther’s Scroll. 

Esther was not only a gracious wife and the queen of Persia but also a hero–a woman of valor! Through her courage, we witness the turnarounds and reversals that happened by the grace of God:

🔹Weeping was reversed to Joy!

🔹Fasting was reversed to Feasting and Celebration!

🔹Day of Destruction for Jews was reversed to Day of Redemption and a Holiday, which is Purim!

Dear women of God

Thank you for sticking with this study. This final lesson covered an extensive amount of material and I did not want to breeze through it because it is all important. God reveals so much in each verse amd not necessarily in an instant when we read it but definitely when we need the understanding. I named this study “The Esther Study~ Becoming Women of Godly Purpose, but it wasn’t until I was practically finished writing out this final lesson that God gave me confirmation and also a revelation. He confirmed that He called me to prepare this study for ther women, and He led me to read an article of the purpose of a Bible study. It made me leap inside for joy and also was a steadying hand from the Lord. As I’ve written out each lesson, I’ve been excited to find fresh new revelations that we can apply to our lives; but at the same time, I’ve been careful to keep it true to the context of how the account is intended in the Bible. The article I read confirmed that God was delighted in my excitement to pore through the verses looking for meaning but His hand steadied me with this: 

When we read and study God’s Word, it is often comforting for us to see ourselves and our lives when we read the verses and look back into the lives of those recorded in His Word. We tend to want to personalize and make it about us; but we have to keep in mind that it is written so that we can see God and know who He is through what we read. We can certainly apply His Word to our situations, but we must be especially careful to recognize and maintain the integrity of the context and purpose for which it was written. So by no means am I trying to take the book of Esther and turn it into a guide for being a Proverbs 31 wife 😊 We can learn a lot from Esther and her account but if we are desiring to become women of godly purpose, we have to behold the Word of God in all its sacredness so that we behold His will, His character, and His love for us. The article from Reviving Ministries says, “We become what we behold.” 

2 Corinthians 3:18 “But we all, with unveiled faces, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.”


These past few weeks, we have beheld Esther’s life and also beheld how God shut down the enemy and redeemed her and the Jews. Esther’s Jewish name Hadassah indicates righteousness and her and her people’s deliverance from the evil work of Haman brings to mind Isaiah 54:14-17. We can trust God with our marriages and families–all that concerns us. God is faithful and always right on time to deliver us from our troubles. If we experience pressing difficulties, He makes a way out so we are not destroyed. Just as Esther and Mordecai had their decrees written and sealed with the king’s signet ring, God’s Word is written and cannot be revoked. We are sealed with His Holy Spirit and the Blood of Jesus. Esther teaches us to have courage in the face of adversity. Her story is beautiful and multi-faceted like a gemstone. If there is anything I have drawn from her courage– “If I perish, I perish”– is that Esther was not afraid to risk her life on account of doing what was right. 

Matthew 16:25, AMPC~

“For whoever is bent on saving his [temporal] life [his comfort and security here] shall lose it [eternal life]; and whoever loses his life [his comfort and security here] for My sake shall find it [life everlasting].”
This leads me to our final Reflection Questions:

🔹Did this study on Esther prompt you to consider your relationship with Jesus?

🔹 Does this study encourage you to boldly approach God’s throne with prayer and supplication?

🔹Do you feel empowered with authority in Christ to stand for your marriage, your family, and all God has promised you?

If you answered “No” to any of those questions, please feel free to email me at I’ll be more than happy to help you any way I can.

Lord God, thank You for Your Word and thank You for sending the women my way to share in this study. I pray You will give us wisdom and understanding to walk out our purpose as wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, friends. Thank You for never leaving us and for helping us to become women of purpose who wait on You and trust You in all things no matter what. We thank you and I ask that You turn for our good anything that the enemy plots against us. Whatever adversary we face in our lives, expose it and reverse it to work in our favor. Thank You Jesus for saving us!!!!!! Lord, be our strength and give us courage to carry out Your will. The weapons that form against us are lying tongues such as Haman’s in Esther. Lord, let your will be done and vindicate us when we are under attack or in the enemy’s crosshairs, just as it is written in

Isaiah 54:14-17, NKJV~

In righteousness you shall be established; You shall be far from oppression, for you shall not fear;And from terror, for it shall not come near you. 15 Indeed they shall surely assemble, but not because of Me.Whoever assembles against you shall fall for your sake. 16 “Behold, I have created the blacksmith Who blows the coals in the fire, Who brings forth an instrument for his work; And I have created the spoiler to destroy. 17 No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, And their righteousness is from Me,” Says the Lord.”

In Jesus’ name we pray to have humble, servant hearts who give You all the glory, honor, and praise. Thank You for giving us a glimpse into Who You are–our Savior– as we have glimpsed into the life of Esther. Amen!

May God bless you all, and I pray this study reminds you that God is with you and His purpose for your life is bigger than any enemy plot. The plan to kill, steal, and destroy your marriage is overturned in Jesus’ name! Stand up for your marriage. Just as the enemy’s plot against Mordecai was truly about wiping out all Jews, the enemy’s plot against your marriage is about destroying your purpose–the destiny God has placed for your marriage to bring Him glory. Continue to trust God and have faith that God will reverse the enemy’s decrees against you! Perhaps you were born for such a time as this–to stand and fight for your marriage. God has a kingdom mandate upon your covenant marriage! Trust Him to turn your mourning to rejoicing and the plots against you into a platform that brings you to victory! 

Romans 8:28 💝

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Marriage Prayer 

Dear Lord,

✨Help me to confront with the intention to restore and not to reprimand.

✨Help me to weigh my spouse’s words and actions with compassion and still the need to respond with immediate emotion-fueled action.

✨Help us to utilize prayer to polish each other when we might be tempted to use words to punish each other.

✨Help us to love and forgive one another and be imitators of Jesus.

In His name we pray and ask for Your favor and protection over our marriages and families. Amen 🙏🏽

Cassandra’s Marriage Mints 💝

The Esther Study: Part 3

We learn that–thanks to Mordecai– King Ahasuerus discovers the treachery brewing between his trusted eunuchs, and he changed things up quite a bit. He decided to promote Haman the Agagite and set him above all the princes and servants who had held the privilege of being close to him (Esther 3:1-2).

The king commanded that they all were to bow down and pay homage to his newly promoted Haman. Certainly, this change must have raised many eyebrows beyond the king’s sight. “But Mordecai would not bow or pay homage.” (3:2). The king’s servants would question Mordecai on a daily basis to try and figure out why Mordecai would not obey the king’s command to bow to Haman.”..Mordecai had told them that he was a Jew. When Haman saw that Mordecai did not bow or pay him homage, Haman was filled with wrath.” (3:4-5)

Mordecai not only refused to show respect to Haman but went a step further to announce that He was a Jew. Note that in Esther 2:20 “..Esther had not revealed her family and her people, just as Mordecai had charged her, for Esther obeyed the command of Mordecai as when she was brought up by him.”

Haman was infuriated that Mordecai would not honor him and disgrace him publicly without shame. He was so filled with hatred for Mordecai and the knowledge that he was a Jew compelled him to seek the destruction of “all the Jews who were throughout the whole kingdom of Ahasuerus–the people of Mordecai” (3:6). Haman decided to take his sinister plan to the king; however, his presentation made it seem as if the “certain people” posed a threat to his kingdom. Haman did not specify to King Ahasuerus that those people were the Jews; he pointed out that they were abiding in the kingdom but were not obeying the laws. Haman’s proposal seemed to cater to the king’s best interests for his kingdom:

“If it pleases the king, let a decree be written that they be destroyed,” (3:9)

Haman was so intent on carrying out his scheme, he was willing to pay King Ahasuerus 10,000 talents of silver–hand delivered by the ones who would carry out the extinguishment of the Jews! How incredibly evil and vindictive Haman was for seeking to rid the kingdom of all of the Jews because Mordecai was a Jew who had humiliated him. 

The king took him at his word, for he simply gave Haman his signet ring and said, “The money and the people are given to you, to do with them as seems good to you” (3:11). The king did no research to confirm whether Haman was telling him the truth for the sake of his kingdom or seeking to fulfill his own selfish aims. Perhaps, he hastily accepted Haman’s word because was unwilling to risk another threat coming from his own people in his kingdom following the plot of his trusted eunuchs.

 “In the name of King Ahasuerus it was written, and sealed with the king’s signet ring.” (3:12) and the copies of the decree were issued forth, “the letters were sent by countries into all the king’s provinces, to destroy, to kill, and to annihilate all the Jews, both young and old, little children and women, in one day.”

We are told that the “city of Shushan was perplexed.” Let’s take a moment to process all of this. The people of Shushan are rightfully confused and bewildered because there has been a transition that has taken place unawares to them that has taken them from being welcomed to feast and celebrate King Ahasuerus’s splendor to hearing his officials issue a decree that says all of the Jews are being killed! 

Can you imagine the shock and the horror! 

The same Jews who had relinquished their young, beautiful, virgin daughters to the king’s officials when he was searching for Vashti’s replacement as queen, were back to ring death knells over them. Consider how Haman’s callous decree echoes the description of the devil’s plot against God’s people.

“The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy.” (John 10:10)

We know that “God is not the author of confusion” (1Corinthians 14:33).

Where there is confusion, there also is the work of the enemy–“Haman the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, being the enemy of the Jews” (Esther 3:10). 

Snapshot: Applying What We’ve Learned

In our marriages, we cannot look at the confusion in our “inner courtyards”–strife with our spouses, in-laws, and other marital turmoil–and simply hand over our signet rings (our authority in Christ) to the enemy. 

The signet ring was recognized as the personal signature or endorsement of its owner. It was a seal of authority, honor, and favor. Just as God chose Zerubbabel and made him “like a signet ring”, we as wives, as daughters of God, are chosen and walk as signets with authority in Christ Jesus!  

“In Him you also trusted, after you heard the word of the truth, the gospel of your salvation; in whom also, having believed, you were sealed with the Holy Spirit of promise, who is the guarantee of our inheritance until the redemption of the purchased possession, to the praise of His glory.” (Ephesians 1:13-14)

I’m sure that Esther must have felt torn. She must have felt that her hands were tied. How many times have you felt like you were helpless in the face of adversity in your circumstances?

Promise of God:

“We know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose.” (Romans 8:28)

When we go back to verse 15, the king and Haman “sat down to drink” and toast to the decree; however, Ahasuerus did not know that the Jews were the “certain peoples” that Haman was seeking to wipeout.

When Mordecai finds out about Haman’s decree, he ripped his clothes and “put on sackcloth and ashes” (4:1). In the middle of the city, he wailed bitterly and stood at the king’s gate. This lamenting and mourning spread everywhere the “king’s command and decree arrived” (4:3). Esther’s maids and eunuchs witnessed Mordecai’s public disarray and Queen Esther was “deeply distressed” (4:4). She sent clothes down to Mordecai, but he refused them. She sent Hathach “one of the king’s eunuchs whom he had appointed to attend her” (4:5) to investigate, and Mordecai told him of Haman’s decree to destroy the Jews. Mordecai also “gave him a copy of the written decree for their destruction….that he might show it to Esther and…he might command her to go in to the king to make supplication to him and plead before him for her people.”(4:8)

When we read Esther 4:10-14, we learn Queen Esther faced the dilemma of risking being put to death by going to king without being summoned by him. She had not seen the king personally in thirty days, so she had no idea how her presence would be received by him. On the other hand, if she remained silent and sought to spare her own life because she was not called by the king, she and her father’s house would eventually face death, as warned by Mordecai. Her royal position in the king’s palace was not her refuge. She may not have been called by King Ahasuerus, but who knows whether she was made queen “for such a time as this” (4:14)? Esther had to remember her name Hadassah. She had to weigh God’s calling for her life.

Sometimes we as wives and women of God, face many difficult decisions in our lives. At times, the enemy does all that he can to cause havoc and destruction in our marriages right underneath our husbands’ noses. Sometimes our husbands are oblivious to the enemy’s work, but as their helpers, God has called us to bring it to their attention with a bold yet humble spirit. This attitude requires prayer and the ability to put the interests of the bigger plan–God’s–above our own.

Esther considered that she faced death and told them to tell Mordecai that she was going to the king, despite it being against the law.

“If I perish, I perish!” (4:16)

Esther told Mordecai to gather all the Jews in Shushan and hold a fast for her for three days. She and her maids would fast for three days also before she went in to the king.

Now on the third day of the fast, “Esther put on her royal robes and stood in the inner court of the king’s palace, across from the king’s house, facing the entrance of the house. So it was, when the king saw Queen Esther standing in the court, that she found favor in his sight, and the king held out to Esther the golden sceptor that was in his hand. Then Esther went near and touched the top of the sceptor.” (5:1-2)

Esther did not demand that her husband receive her into his presence. She did not stir up a dramatic scene. She sought God’s presence first with her fast before she sought her husband’s.

Do you seek God before you go to your husband concerning issues in your marriage?

Esther put on her royal robes to manifest in the natural what she was attaching her hope to in the spiritual realm. She was the embodiment of 1 Peter 3:1-2 in that she hoped to remind her husband of his royal duty and responsibility to her as her husband without her having to say a word. Without a word, with her chaste conduct, she wanted to remind her king that she was his queen and worthy of being called. 

Esther did not attempt to barge her way into King Ahasuerus’ presence by entering his house. She simply positioned herself where she was in his sight, and once he laid eyes on his gracious, beautiful wife, he did not hesitate to hold out his golden sceptor to her. When she touched the top of the sceptor, she was affirming her husband’s authority and demonstrating reverence for him.

Like Esther, we can put on our royal robes–the disposition within our hearts–and allow our “gentle and quiet spirit” speak on our behalf. We can have faith that our husbands will see those gracious, respectable qualities and honor us. Call us into their vulnerable places so we can come alongside them and help them.  

King Ahasuerus asked Queen Esther what her request was and offered her up to half his kingdom. Esther requested only that the king and Haman attend the banquet she had prepared for him. The king sent for Haman immediately and both he and Haman went to her banquet. 

At the banquet, the king asked Esther again what she would like and assured her “up to half the kingdom? It shall be done!” (5:6) Esther answered that “if I have found favor in the sight of the king, and if it pleases the king to grant my petition and fulfill my request, then the king and Haman come to the banquet which I will prepare for them and tomorrow I will do as the king has said.” (5:8)

Esther was patient and wise. She put her husband’s peace of mind as her priority. She made sure she remained in his good graces and added no pressure to his life. She caused him no stress and made it a point to show him that she understood her role as his queen and that she knew how to fulfill his need. Queen Esther did not lose the war against Haman by trying to win the battle at once at her first meeting with the king. She was careful to be diplomatic and not demanding or needy for material things. 

Esther trusted God’s timing and knew that He’d opened the door to this meeting with King Ahasuerus. Death was not her fate. She knew that she had another day chance–a more opportune time to speak to the king about Haman’s plan. We are going to continue in the next lesson, which will pick us up to speed at Esther’s second banquet with the king and Haman.

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January 2-Daily Marriage Affirmation 

January 2, 2017~ God has allowed us to be tested so that we will KNOW what WARFARE looks like and NOT BE INTIMIDATED OR MOVED by it OR THE ENEMY. God has allowed us to stand in the midst of ALL-OUT warfare –chaos and skirmishes born of the enemy, sin, bad judgment, life; and He has allowed it to TEST US so that we can KNOW OUR GOD and know that He is with us. He is in control! 2016, I, along with many of you, experienced such testing to a degree and intensity as NEVER BEFORE EXPERIENCED! This was all a part of GOD’S plan SO THAT WE WILL KNOW HIM, HIS heart, character, great LOVE, MIGHTY COVERING OF PROTECTION, GRACE, AND MERCY IN NEW WAYS we never knew before!!!! GLORY TO GOD!!!!!!!!!!! Out of the trenches of WARFARE has come WISDOM and skill in how to put on the FULL ARMOR OF GOD!!!!! HALLELUJAH THANK YOU JEHOVAH FOR YOUR WORD!!!!! Thank You JESUS for being the ROCK UPON WHICH WE STAND. AMEN 🙏🏽

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Daily Marriage Affirmation!

Happy New Year 🎆 my friends!!! Glory to God we made it to another year! 2017! That means God is not finished with us yet! Praise God! Welcome to all the new members and to all those who have carried over from 2016, I love and appreciate you all. Let’s start this year off right with a daily Marriage Affirmation. This is a really neat way to help you to speak God’s Word over yourself and tuck Scripture into your hearts each day. I cannot emphasize enough how important daily reading of God’s Word is! As we speak it over ourselves and our marriages everyday, watch how everything begins to line up, issues that need to be prayed for and sin that needs to be repented of are exposed! We need to build up ourselves, our spouses, and speak life! I’m declaring that our marriages are being perfected in Christ and that God is getting the glory in them this year! We will experience miracles and restorations that are unexpected and see God show up and show out in our lives, our homes, health, finances, relationships with our spouses and children, in ways that have never been seen before! We will experience God in new ways and be the breakthrough that we need by being obedient to God’s Word and allowing our spouses, children, and everyone we meet encounter CHRIST through us! In Jesus’ name, AMEN! May God bless you 💝–Cassandra

Esther Study-Part 2

Welcome back to the Esther Study! Let’s take a journey back into Esther into chapter 2. 
Chapter 2 gives us an inside look into the process that took place once the uproar surrounding Vashti subsided and King Ahasuerus was ready to find his new queen. King Ahasuerus delegates the search for Vashti’s replacement to his servants who suggested that the king dispatch his officers in order to conduct a search in all of the kingdom’s provinces for beautiful, young virgins. 

The virgins were to be brought back to “Shushan the citadel, into the women’s quarters, under the custody of Hegai the king’s eunuch, custodian of the women” (Esther 2:3).  

“So it was, when the king’s command and decree were heard, and when many young women were gathered at Shushan the citadel, under the custody of Hegai, that Esther also was taken to the king’s palace, into the care of Hegai the custodian of the women.” (2:8)

This Scripture has the somber tone of resignation and submission to the royal issuance. It is matter-of-fact, and I just wonder how Esther must have felt being escorted away from her daily routine and surroundings to the king’s royal palace. It must have felt numbing and surreal–exciting yet frightening to walk into that opulent world. She must have felt trapped– a little like a bird being placed inside a gilded cage among other exotic women who were just as obligated as she was.

Esther 2:5-7 provides us with details about Esther’s background. We learn that Esther was living in Shushan under the care of Mordecai, a Jew whose descendants were captives of Nebudchanezzar king of Babylon. They were not native Persians but Jews who had remained in Shushan and assimilated into Persian culture. Mordecai had “brought up Hadassah, that is, Esther, his uncles’ daughter, for she had neither father nor mother. The young woman was lovely and beautiful. When her father and mother died, Mordecai took her as his own daughter.”

Important Facts To Remember

Esther’s Jewish name Hadassah is derived from the Hebrew word hadas, which is a myrtle tree. The myrtle tree is noted for its pleasant fragrance. — chabad. org, Zaklikowski.

In the Bible, the myrtle tree is denoted as a favored plant of the land that is a prophetic symbol of God’s promised blessings:

“Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir-tree; and instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree.” (Isaiah 55:13)”

The spiritual reference to the myrtle tree hadas, suggests that Queen Vashti was a brier–a painful thorn–to King Ahasuerus’ pride, and that seems to prophetically promote Esther’s (Hadassah’s) “come up” as the myrtle instead of Vashti. We shall see how Esther personified the attractive qualities of the myrtle tree.
Furthermore, the berries, leaves and wood of the myrtle tree are used in making perfumes. In Samaria and Galilee the myrtles “emit a perfume more exquisite than that of the rose” (Biblehub). 


Back to the rounding up of the virgins! Esther was not brought immediately to the king when his officers brought her to Shushan’s citadel. 🕌

Esther was taken to the king’s palace and was given beauty preparations for twelve months before she would be deemed acceptable to meet him and please him. 

Can you imagine? 

It must have been quite the royal life but nerve-wracking to spend an entire year being pampered for just one night with the king that would hopefully lead to her becoming the queen!

12 Months of Beauty Preparations


Six Months Preparations w/ Oil of Myrrh ~ Myrrh oil comes from the Commiphora myrrha tree and is collected as a sap resin. Myrrh oil is a precious aromatic oil with fascinating medicinal qualities. All of the young women were basically being quarantined because King Ahasuerus not only wanted beautiful women. He wanted them to be healthy as well! Myrrh was used in perfumes as it was considered to have an intoxicating aroma, and it was used to treat skin conditions. 


Myrrh was used in incense and aromatherapy oil for massages. Its medicinal properties made it useful as a mouthwash to freshen the breath and heal gum issues. It was also used as an expectorant and for healing various respiratory ailments. Myrrh cured flatulence, diarrhea, and strengthened the immune system. Myrrh oil is anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and also heals herpes and other gynecological issues.–Mercola. com

Additional 6 Months of Preparation ~

 Esther and the young women had to be in excellent health. I can imagine Esther being pampered, massaged, and bathed in distillations and perfumes of myrrh and other exotic spices. The additional 6 months preparations could have involved whatever was on trend for the Persian culture at that time as the Bible does not specify. I can imagine they applied intricate henna tattoos and performed waxing or threading to groom and manage their hair.

Cosmetics were probably used to enhance their beauty, as well as elaborate hairstyling with jeweled ornaments.


When the twelve months of beautification were completed, Esther still had to wait her turn to go to King Ahasuerus. When it was their turn, the women were permitted to take whatever they desired for their night with the king. In the evening, she would go to the king and spend the night. And in the morning, she would have to go to the “second house of the women, to the custody of Shaashgaz, the king’s eunuch who kept the concubines. She would not go in to the king again unless the king delighted in her and called her by name.” (2:14) 

Esther was favored because she sought Hegai’, the custodian of the women,  to advise her on what she should take with her to spend the night with the king. Esther did not have to wake up the next morning and be grouped into the same living quarters as the rest of the women in the house of concubines. No! She was set apart. She was given beauty preparations “readily” beyond what would normally be allotted to her. 

“Then seven choice maidservants were provided for her from the king’s palace, and he moved her and her maidservants to the best place in the house of the women.” (2:9)

Esther was so favored by everyone. She must have been beautiful to look upon, and it must have been sweetly pleasant to be in her company because of her inner beauty. When Esther was taken to the king: 

“The king loved Esther more than all the other women, and she obtained grace and favor in his sight more than all the virgins; so he set the royal crown upon her head and made her queen instead of Vashti. Then the king made a great feast; the Feast of Esther, for all his officials and servants; and he proclaimed a holiday in the provinces and gave gifts according to the generosity of a king.” (2:17-18) 

We as wives can learn a great deal from Esther. Esther demonstrated that inner beauty of a “gentle and quiet spirit” that is prized by God and which endeared her to King Ahasuerus (1Peter 3:4). 

Her gracious, deferential attitude –in stark contrast to Vashti’s haughty, defiant attitude –won her the crown. Vashti was dethroned with great flourish as Esther’s coronation was celebrated with a feast named after her –with the pomp and grandeur that was fitting her– as the new Queen. The king did it BIG and declared it a holiday. She was greatly beloved! 

Like Esther, if we demonstrate to our husbands that we have a gentle, quiet spirit and deal with them in a humble, respectful manner that considers their pride and position of authority as our heads, we can also hope to be endeared and celebrated. 

“An excellent wife is the crown of her husband, but she who brings shame is like a rottenness in his bones.” (Proverbs 12:4)

King Ahasuerus removed Vashti–the”rottenness from his bones” who had brought him shame in the presence of his kingdom. He removed the blemish who was Vashti from his kingdom. He replaced her with his crown–Esther who brought him honor and praise. 


He prepared Esther those 12 months as she completed the beauty regimen. Not only was her physical beauty attended to; oil of myrrh was used to prepare her to be healed and healthy from the inside-out. 

We need to undergo beauty preparations, in like manner. Our husbands are instructed to prepare us just as King Ahasuerus prepared Esther. Our earthly kings are instructed to present us as “a glorious church, not having spot or wrinkle or any such thing, but that she should be holy and without blemish” (Ephesians 5:27).


 We have to pray and seek God that they will walk out their calling to sanctify, cleanse, and wash us with the water by the Word of God because we need their help so we can be prepared (when Jesus the King of kings returns). That sanctification by our husbands is an important preparation that we must position ourselves to receive from them with a gracious spirit. When we submit to out husbands and honor them, we are favored by them and by God.

Queen Esther was a queen who King Ahasuerus was proud to rejoice over! May it be the same with us in our marriages.


At the very end of chapter 2 and following Esther’s resplendent coronation, we learn an important piece of information regarding Mordecai, Esther’s cousin who raised her as his daughter. Mordecai was close to the king for he “sat within the king’s gate.” (2:19) Unbeknownst to two of the king’s eunuchs, Bigthan and Teresh, Mordecai overheard them plotting to assassinate King Ahasuerus. Mordecai informed Esther, who in turn, “informed the king in Mordecai’s name: (2:22). When their treachery was confirmed, both of the eunuchs were hanged on a gallows and it was recorded “in the book of the chronicles in the presence of the king” (2:23). 


Certainly, the king was even more grateful that he chose Esther as his queen, as Mordecai was her relative and the reason he knew of the treachery within his palace. The tip-off to the plot likely endeared Mordecai to the king as a trusted friend within his gates and secured Esther’s spot in his heart as his crown–his excellent wife:

“The heart of her husband safely trusts her;” (Proverbs 31:11)


Dear Wife, Take the Scripture below and personalize it by replacing the bolded words with your name or “I”, “my”, or “me”. Speak it aloud over yourself and receive this beautiful, prophetic Word from the Lord as your prophetic declaration for your yourself and marriage:

“The Gentiles shall see your righteousness, And all kings your glory. You shall be called by a new name, 

Which the mouth of the Lord will name. 3You shall also be a crown of glory
In the hand of God. 4You shall no longer be termed Forsaken, Nor shall your land any more be termed Desolate; 

But you shall be called Hephzibah (*Literally My Delight Is in Her), and your land Beulah (Literally Married); For the Lord delights in you, And your land shall be married. 5For as the bridegroom rejoices over the bride, 

So shall your God rejoice over you.” ~~~(Isaiah 62:2-5)

Have a blessed and Merry Christmas! I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this study and to sharing with you in our next lesson! 

Serving with Love,


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Esther Study

I think it’s important that in the midst of intense adversity from the enemy that we remain grounded in who we are in Christ. That is why I will be sharing my Esther study free of charge! Esther had to be reminded of who she really was and her decision to fight against the enemy’s schemes saved a nation ! Perhaps God is allowing you to endure afflictions and wants to use you for the purposes of bringing Him glory and the deliverance of other people in your life. I’m excited to get this study together to share with you! 💝
ESTHER STUDY 📖 ~ PART 1•••••••👸🏻👑••••••••Thank you for joining me in the journey to become a wife who is a queen of godly purpose! You may want to have your Bible handy, as well as, a notepad and pen in case God leads you to jot down ideas. Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and let’s dig into the first part of the Esther study. Do share your thoughts and questions in the Comments. Discussion will be great!!!~Cassandra•••••••••••••••

In Esther 1, we are introduced to King Ahasuerus. He was such a prosperous and majestic ruler, that in his third year as king, he decided to host a feast and invited all of his officials, servants, all of the powers of Persia and Media, the nobles and princes of the provinces so that he could show off the “splendor of his excellent majesty hundred-eighty days in all” (Esther 1:4, KJV). This opening account provides us with important insight into the nature of a man’s ego, which we can use to consider our own husbands’. King Ahasuerus does seem to have a very large ego and is proud to basically extend an invitation that says to everyone in the kingdom: “Come and look at me and all that is mine!” 

From an objective perspective, a man takes pride in being a capable provider for his wife and children–his earthly kingdom–and takes pride in being able to show off his blessings and success in life. Not only does he want to be the head of his household and “rule” effectively, he wants his wife to also affirm that he is doing an excellent job by submitting to him–agreeing with his leadership. 
Interesting Things We Learn About The Feasting🍲🍛🥗🥙🍧:
After 180 days of feasting, the king hosted a 2nd feast for 7 days for all of the people in Shushan–no matter their status–in the “court of the garden of the king’s palace”. They drank royal wine served in golden vessels and ate lavishly, surrounded by King Ahasuerus’ royal splendor. (Esther 1:5-7).

The king’s wife, Queen Vashti, made a 3rd feast–only for the women in the royal palace. She had quite a bit of responsibility, which also afforded her an opportunity to further make her husband look magnificent in the eyes of all of their guests and gave her a little piece of the spotlight to be admired for her hosting abilities. She was given the privilege of being a biblical-era socialite and royal hostess.

On the 7th day of feasting, King Ahasuerus sent his eunuchs to go and bring Queen Vashti dressed in her royal attire because he wanted to show off her beauty to everyone in attendance. He must have wanted to brag on her and have her make him look even better because the best blessing a husband can have is not his material possessions. His best blessing is his wife, and other people will view him as being especially blessed if his wife is beautiful in appearance and also brings him honor in how she manages her responsibilities and treats him.

Certainly, most wives do have knowledge that Queen Vashti refused to appear before her husband, her king; and as a result of her disrespect, a decree was issued forth that dethroned her so that she could no longer go into his presence, even if she wanted to, which removed any option she might have been able to take in order to ask for his forgiveness. She was stripped of her royalty and no longer the queen!
There is much that we can glean from what happened to Queen Vashti. We wives must dethrone any resemblance to Queen Vashti from the royal chambers of our hearts. We cannot allow rebellion, haughtiness, or pride–all sinfully rooted in fear–to rule over the thrones of our hearts. We must pray and ask God to help us dethrone vanities of the flesh and any characteristics that we have that might bring our husbands dishonor or cause irreversible consequences in our marriages.
⚜️⚜️⚜️Interesting Insights⚜️⚜️⚜️
When king Ahasuerus’ decree to dethrone Queen Vashti was made, one of the seven princes of Persia and Media, who the king was closest to named Memucan declared: 
“When the king’s decree which he will make is 

proclaimed throughout all his empire (for it is great),

all wives will honor their husbands, both great and small.”

~Esther 1:20, KJV.
Our husbands should not have to be worried about whether we will humiliate them in the public eye or in the privacy of our homes. Our husbands are our earthly kings, and it should be no extraordinary event for us to be pleased to bring them honor by our respectful attitude and conduct toward them. 

Jesus is our heavenly King, and a proclamation has already been issued forth, written in Ephesians 5, verse 33:

“Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord.”

Furthermore, at the conclusion of verse 33, we are reminded:

“..and the wife see that she reverence her husband,”

“Reverence” is a feeling or attitude of deep respect, tinged with awe and the outward demonstration of that feeling, according to dictionary reference. com. 

Queen Vashti refused to show reverence to her husband king Ahasuerus during a period of feasting and demonstration of his prowess as a ruler. She certainly lacked prudence, which is foresight, and wisdom because she chose to be rebellious at the worst possible time–when other men of royal stature were present and able to offer their suggestions as to how her disrespect should be dealt with. Surely if men of great importance were able to pause their duties and plans to attend king Ahasuerus’ remarkable feasts, his own wife should have been able to show up in his presence to honor him! 

They made an example of her as a warning to every wife to emphasize the sole purpose of the feasting, which was to make king Ahasuerus look good! There was no way that the ruling men or the countrymen would respect the king if he allowed his wife to make a spectacle out of him at his own party!
An interesting piece of commentary I read in my Bible’s footnotes stated that scholars believe the queen’s name “Vashti” is related to “Vahishta” meaning “the best”.
Our husbands don’t own us like property; however, as one-flesh covenant partners, husbands belong to their wives and vice versa. As wives who honor God and our earthly kings, it is to the benefit of our marriages–our earthly kingdoms–that we pray and diligently seek God’s help in cultivating our best that will bring our kings and the King honor and glory. What a blessing we are to our husbands when we desire to appear before them every opportunity God blesses us with to offer them the best of who we are in Christ! 💑
I know that you have probably been wondering why I have not yet elaborated on Queen Esther until now; but before we could make the transition to Queen Esther, Queen Vashti had to be dethroned. Likewise, before we can walk fully as wives of godly purpose like modern-day Esthers, we must dethrone any attitudes or conduct that might cause us to rebel against our husbands as Queen Vashti did to her husband. 
Reflection For Such a Time as This🙇🏽‍♀️
We learned that Vashti’s name may have a derivative meaning of “the best”, but that is not what she gave her husband king Ahasuerus at a crucial moment that was intended to show off the best of his kingdom! 
Can you think of a time when you have not given your best to your husband? 

Unlike Vashti, by the grace of God, we have another moment in time to make a change. Think about what you could have done differently and decide to give your best next time.

Unlike king Ahasuerus, your husband may not be praising you in front of his family and friends; however, as his wife, you are still a blessing to his life. Queen Vashti was beautiful to look upon; but her heart betrayed her,as her conduct did not possess the beauty that God prizes. Her reverence to her husband– demonstrated by her obliging to his request for her presence– was to be the mark of true beauty for all to witness. Unfortunately, reverence was absent in her decision-making. 


King Ahasuerus had a mixed audience of princes, noblemen, servants, as well as, everyday citizens of his kingdom. Let’s consider that everyone in our households, our neighbors, friends, relatives, and in-laws, make up the mixed audience of our marriages. Respect and honor do not discriminate when they are lacking. Disrespectful conduct stings and abrades our husbands. Let’s allow our best to provide a witness for those who are looking for an example of how a godly wife respects her husband. Let’s prayerfully watch what we say, how we say it, and the spirit in which we do things for our husbands.Let us be mindful that God is our ever-watchful audience, and He is cheering for us to be at our best!


   Seek to be a wife who is known for your beautiful heart and life lived out with respect to your husband just as 1 Peter 3 describes:

“Wives, in the same way submit yourselves” to your own husbands” so that, if any of them do not believe the word, they may be won over” without words by the behavior of their wives,2 when they see the purity and reverence of your lives.3 Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as elaborate hairstyles and the wearing of gold jewelry or fine clothes.” 4 Rather, it should be that of your inner self,” the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.” 5 For this is the way the holy women of the past who put their hope in God” used to adorn themselves.” They submitted themselves to their own husbands,6 like Sarah, who obeyed Abraham and called him her lord.” You are her daughters if you do what is right and do not give way to fear.” (Jubilee 2000 version)
Dear Lord, Your Word says in Esther 2:4

by the mouths of servants: “Then let the young woman who pleases the king be queen instead of Vashti.”

Help us wives be found pleasing in the sight of our husbands. 

Help us to be queens to our earthly kings and eliminate the Vashti characteristics that bring dishonor and disrespect to them. 

Father, I pray that each wife who is taking this Esther course will be thought of by her husband as his best blessing rather than a disgrace.

I pray that you will help us cultivate “the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit” that is prized by You and will add honor and blessings to our marriage. 

Lord, help my best bring you glory. 
In Jesus’ name, Amen. 
Thank you so much, and may God bless you!
With Love ❤️ 

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The Voice That Is the Master Key 🔑 

There is a key that unlocks the answers to our prayers and times of fasting. The key is to diligently seek the voice of God– His Word–which is His will. God’s Word is His voice and His voice is the key that opens doors that no man and no devil can shut, including the doors to your spouses’ hearts. Seeking God’s will diligently allows us to lock in our heart’s petitions. I encourage you to read God’s Word for yourself daily. Whether or not you intend to join Thursday’s fast, certainly PRAY and make reading God’s Word a daily practice. ***Add your name for prayer to the Comments of this post and the previous post on the Facebook page wall inviting you to join the fast so you can be added to the prayer lists of those who would like to intercede on behalf of your marriage.***

Step up your prayer life and begin to also speak Scripture over yourself and your marriage. 

As you diligently seek to commit God’s will to your heart, in prayer/fasting, God locks His will into your heart and blessings become unlocked to you:

🔐Blessings of peace rather than worry or anxiety about difficult circumstances at present or the future.

🔐Blessing of deliverance from strongholds that bind a person mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Release from agony at the wicked plans and doings of a prodigal spouse. 

🔐Unexpected breakthroughs and turnarounds that you have waited in faith for.

🔐Increase in faith.

🔐Fresh outpouring of God’s anointing and favor as well as an increase in your ability to stand exercising authority over the attacks of the enemy against your marriage.

“4 Delight yourself in the Lord,

And He will give you the desires and petitions of your heart.

5 Commit your way to the Lord;

Trust in Him also and He will do it.

6 He will make your righteousness [your pursuit of right standing with God] like the light,

And your judgment like [the shining of] the noonday [sun].

7 Be still before the Lord; wait patiently for Him and entrust yourself to Him;

Do not fret (whine, agonize) because of him who prospers in his way,

Because of the man who carries out wicked schemes.” (Psalm 37:4-7)

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Armor Up!

Listen, the devil works so hard to try to make you give up on your marriage by trying to keep you distracted and worried. He wants you to be so caught up with trying to fix things in your own power. He wants to clog up your mind with stressful thoughts like a list of all your problems parading nonstop in your mind. He wants to weaken your faith by keeping you so focused on your limitations and lack that you are so scattered mentally and in a perpetual state of spiritual unrest. I tell you the truth in that the weapon against the devil and the battle he waged with you in your mind is the Word of God. 🗡 God’s Word is your sword to decapitate the leviathan heads of lies, doubts, fears, and everything that tries to devour your faith. You must renew your mind in Christ every single day– no matter if it is a chapter or a few Scriptures from a chapter in your Bible. Your faith is a 🛡shield against the darts🎯 of the enemy👹who launches attacks strategically to knock you down, wear you down, leave you exhausted and feeling defenseless against his assaults against you. Whatever problem you face, find Scriptures that specifically address that topic to encourage yourself. And just so you’re not using the Word as a bandaid, start reading a little everyday. Start somewhere so that you can hear God’s voice and know Him. Fill your mind with His promises because you cannot be a warrior and a worrier at the same time. The more you renew your mind in God’s Word, the sharper your faith and your ability to distinguish between the lies of the enemy and what is in line with God’s will. Remember, “So faith comes from hearing [what is told], and what is heard comes by the [preaching of the] message concerning Christ.” Romans 10:17 Amplified.”16 Above all, lift up the [protective] shield of faith with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one. ” –Ephesians 6:16 Amplified.

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3 Factors Highlighted in a Marriage Wrecked by Adultery

When your marriage is broken by adultery, you may be counseled that you should divorce according to the Scripture which specifies adultery as the only biblical reason to divorce (Matthew 5:32). Then, in meditating on that counsel, a conflict may ensue within their heart because that person may actually have hope in their heart that their wayward spouse might repent and come to their senses. That prodigal spouse may actually return only to waver indecisively and flop back to their adultery. Then, the hopeful spouse might lose their hope and therein is the gray area of factors that are highlighted when a spouse desires restoration amidst continuing adultery:1) God’s will. God can do whatever He wants to do whenever He desires to do it. He can change a person’s heart but wants them to want His help or at least desire to do the right thing. He does give us free will to choose.

2) That prodigal spouse’s will. They can be prayed for but they have the freedom to choose even if they choose to sin. If that spouse continues on in their sin in spite of your prayers, understand that the battle does not belong to you but to God. Keep praying and trusting God.

3) The committed spouse’s faith. Everyone does not have the same measure of faith and one may be able to remain holding on to God’s promises while the other may decide enough is enough. There is no condemnation in Christ. There is a book of the Bible Hosea which I believe is God providing us an account of how He can still work through a marriage stained by adultery; and there is 1 Corinthians 7:16 “For how do you know, wife, whether you will save your husband [by leading him to Christ]? Or how do you know, husband, whether you will save your wife [by leading her to Christ]?” 

If you are in a gray area of not knowing whether to divorce or hold on, keep seeking God’s guidance because God is moved by a person’s unshakable FAITH. 

Amen and God bless 🙏🏽

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