lørdag 18. februar 2017

No. 1476: Haman built a gallows for Mordecai, as he himself was hanged in!

No. 1476:
Haman built a gallows for Mordecai, as he himself was hanged in!
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Esther 6 4 Then the king said, Who is in the court? Then Haman just come into the outer courtyard of the king's house to ask the king that Mordecai may be hanged on the gallows he had prepared for him.
7. 9 Harbona, one of the eunuchs of the king, saying, Behold, the house of Haman stands gallows fifty cubits high, which he himself made, for Mordecai, whose word was once the greater good of the king . The king said, Hang him in it! 10 So they hanged Haman on the gallows he had prepared for Mordecai, and the king's wrath lay down.
Has written about the evil Haman who made a gallows for Mordecai. Why did he do it? Because he himself was rotten and would have Mordecai away Mordecai would not bow down to him.
Esther 3. And some time after exalted king Ahasuerus Haman the son of Hammedatha, and gave him the rank and seat above all the princes who were with him. 2 And all the king's servants who were in the king's gate knelt down and bowed himself to Haman, for the king had so commanded concerning him But Mordecai did not fall on his knees and fell not down to him. 3 Then said the king's servants who were in the king's gate, said unto Mordecai, Why transgress you the king's commandment? 4 And when the day after day had said so to him, and he hearkened not unto them, that they told Haman to see whether the reason Mordecai would stand for good: for he had told them he was a Jew .5 When Haman saw that Mordecai did not fall on his knees or obeisance to him, he was full of indignation. 6 But it seemed to him too little to lay hands on Mordecai alone; for he had learned from the people of Mordecai to; therefore Haman sought to destroy all the Jews that were in all kingdom of Ahasuerus, because the people of Mordecai.
We see here that it was by pure evil, as Haman hated not only Mordecai. But the whole Jewish people would overthrow.
Therefore, to go against one of the servants of the Lord, is to go against the Lord Himself!
The evil Haman "took water over head!"
It is also what Haman did, and it was his end!
It is also what so many others do, by going against the people that God has anointed and appointed! It will never bring good out of place has to be balanced against a God too!
Now we can all make mistakes, and it is grace to get. So I urge you, repent while there is still time and it is grace and get!
Here is an article on this subject, how the evil Haman got to experience degradation. But Mordecai and the Jewish people had experienced the protection, management and exaltation and all enemies were crushed and put to shame!
Isaiah 54. 17 No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that contended with thee, thou shalt condemn; this is the Lord's heritage of the servants, and their righteousness is of me, saith the Lord.
Saved from the gallows
The night did not sleep the king Ahasuerus, and he got someone to read for themselves. De las from national history books. De las then about how two of the king's men had once planned to assassinate the king. Mordecai had learned about their evil plans, and had notified the king. Thus the king was saved.
Have Mordecai received some thanks and honor that he did this? S Puerta king when he was reminded of this incident. But the officers had to admit that he had gotten something for his good deed.
I want to honor Mordecai for his rescue, thought King. Just then Haman to speak to the king on Mordecai. He would hang Mordecai on the gallows, as he was rid of him forever.Just as he was going to ask the king for permission to this, the king came with a question instead:
There is a man whom the king wishes to honor - you can Haman tell me how we should do it?
Once Haman on himself, that it was him king would now honor. He suggested then that the man the king wanted to honor, should be dressed in royal garb, and that he should ride on one of the king's horses through the city streets! So should people cry in front of him: How does a man with the king would honor!
Okay, said the king, do this with Mordecai the Jew! So it was that on that day Haman had planned to hang Mordecai, he had instead honor him in front of all its inhabitants! It was a crestfallen Haman who walked home that day!
Mordecai
Put on sackcloth and ashes to save his people, but by the third day, he was exalted by the king.
He typifies Jesus who humbled himself, only to be lifted after the resurrection.
Chap. 7: "You shall have what you ask me"
King Ahasuerus was really in a good humor. He enjoyed the wine and all the good food at the feast which Esther the queen had prepared for him.
Haman was also in the company, but was not in as good spirits. He could not detach themselves from the unpleasant thoughts of what had happened that day. Imagine that King Ahasuerus had honored Mordecai, the man Haman hated most of all! Things did not at all according to plan Haman had laid.
What is it you want, Esther? You will get what you're asking me, if so it is half my kingdom, King Ahasuerus said. Haman was awakened from his thoughts when he heard what King Ahasuerus said. Yet he had to hear. What was Queen Esther wanted?
Now told Queen Esther of the wicked terrorist plans against her people, the Jews. That both she and her people were going to be killed! When she had poured out his heart to the king, he would know who was behind this.
Promptly replied Esther that it was Haman who was enemy of the Jews, and who had planned the murder of all national Jews.
The king was very angry when he heard this and he went out into the garden to think clearly. Haman threw himself down in front of Esther and prayed for their lives. When the king came and saw Haman lie so, he became even angrier. He decided immediately that Haman was going to die!
So it was that Haman himself was hanged on the gallows that he had made for Mordecai !!
ESTER
Obtained promises from the king and prayed for his people
We have received promises from God and are called to intercede for the people
Chap. 8: Mordecai exalted
So it's you who is Mordecai? The king looked at the man who had just bowed so deeply for him. I've heard much good about you, continued the king. The queen has told me what is for her! I know of course what you have done for me and my kingdom!
When the king had said this, he went by a seal ring. This ring belonged to Haman. But now it is yours. You should from now on take over Haman's position as my trusted minister, and you shall dwell in the house he lived in!
This was really a completely new situation for Mordecai and Esther! Yet there was still something that concerned them. The law that allowed Jewish persecution and murder of Jews was still in effect! Admittedly Haman's death, but the letter he had sent in the king's name, it could not be called back. Terror plans had not yet been averted.
Yet again had Ester rise before King Ahasuerus intercession for his people! And once again geared king golden scepter his against her Send immediately issued a new letter about the Jews, said the king, so that your people can save their lives.
So wrote when Esther and Mordecai a letter that gave Jews full right to defend their lives against all attacks. The letter was written on all the language that was used throughout the vast Persian Empire and sent off by courier who rode the king's fastest horses.
Imagine the jubilation it was among the Jews when the content of the new letter was known! Everywhere they gathered to celebrate the good news they had now received!
GOOD NEWS
About the salvation of Jews were sent out to all countries and all languages of the Persian Empire
The gospel is the good news of salvation now goes out to all nations
Chap. 9-10: Victory over enemies
It was the 13th day of the month Adar. It took place in a tense and nervous atmosphere throughout the vast Persian Empire. What would happen now? This was the day when Haman's evil terrorist plans would be implemented. Now it was the peoples hatred explode in a violent persecution of the Jewish people.
But recent weeks had mood changed. All the most powerful of the king's men were now on the Jews their side. Haman was the death, and in his place it had been a Jew, Mordecai. And Mordecai became only more powerful and more powerful every day. Therefore, all the nobles of the realm now support his new minister, and helping his people, the Jews.
Soon the sound it loose with matches everywhere in the kingdom. But the Jews had received the king's words that they could defend themselves. It was a fight to the death.Jew hatred flowed freely, but the Jews will to fight was at its peak. When reports of his poured in, it turned out that the Jews had triumphed in every city. Haman's evil plans had failed.
After this battle the Jews in the Persian Empire finally rest from their enemies. And second after the king was their spokesman who reigned!
Esther and Mordecai certain now that the Jews from now always should celebrate that they had received peace from their enemies. Since Haman had cast lots - or "pure" as they said at the time - on which day the Jews would be destroyed, so it was decided that the Jewish commemoration of their victory over the enemies should be called Purim.
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