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Ester 10

1 Kehebatan Ahasyweros.

3 Kebesaran yang dikaruniakan kepada Mordekhai.

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10:1 · mengenakan upeti ...... upeti(TB)/ditanggungkan .... upeti(TL) <07760 04522> [laid a tribute.]

· pesisir(TB)/pulau-pulau(TL) <0339> [the isles.]


Judul : Kebesaran Mordekhai

Perikop : Est 10:1-3

daerah-daerah pesisir

Mazm 72:10; 97:1 [Semua]

10:2 · perbuatannya(TB)/perbuatan(TL) <04639> [all the acts.]

· dikaruniakan ...... tersurat ... tertulis(TB)/dibesarkan(TL) <01431 03789> [advanced him. Heb. made him great.]

· kitab(TB/TL) <05612> [in the book.]

· Media(TB)/Medi(TL) <04074> [Media.]

Media, which comprehended the modern Azerbijan and part of Irak, was a celebrated country of Asia, bounded on the north by the Caspian Sea and Armenia, west by Assyria, south by Susiana and Persia, and east by Hyrcania and Parthia, extending from 30 degrees to 37 degrees N. lat. and 45 degrees to 53 degrees E. long.

· Persia(TB)/Farsi(TL) <06539> [Persia.]

Persia Proper, now Fars, was but a small province, being bounded on the north by Media, west by Susiana, south by the Persian Gulf, and east by Caramania, extending from 27 degrees to 33 degrees N. lat. and 50 degrees to 55 degrees E. long. But the Persian empire in its ancient state extended from the Hellespont to the Indus, above 2,800 miles, and from Pontus to the shores of Arabia, above 2,000 miles; comprehending a multitude of various nations.


yang dikaruniakan

Kej 41:44; [Lihat FULL. Kej 41:44]

kepada Mordekhai,

Est 8:15; [Lihat FULL. Est 8:15]

kitab sejarah

Est 2:23; [Lihat FULL. Est 2:23]

10:3 · kedua ... raja raja(TB)/perdana menteri .... raja(TL) <04428 04932> [next unto king.]

· disukai(TB)/kekasih(TL) <07521> [accepted.]

· mengikhtiarkan(TB)/disengajakannya(TL) <01875> [seeking.]

REMARKS ON THE BOOK OF ESTHER. This Book, which derives its name from the person whose history it chiefly relates, is termed in Hebrew, [megillƒh <\\See definition 04039\\> 'Ectˆr <\\See definition 0635\\>,] megillath Esther, "the volume of Esther." Concerning its author there are various opinions: some attribute it to Ezra; some to Joachim, the son of Joshua the high priest; others to the men of the great synagogue; and others to Mordecai, which seems the most probable opinion. The events here related probably refer to the time of Artaxerxes Longimanus, who, according to Prideaux, was the Ahasuerus of Esther, agreeably to Josephus, (Ant. 1 xi. c. 6,) the Septuagint version, and the apocryphal additions to this book. The history, therefore, comes in between the sixth and seventh chapters of Ezra, commencing about A.M. 3540, and continuing through a period of twelve years: it relates the royal feast of Ahasuerus; the disgrace of Vashti, (ch. 1:;) the elevation of Esther to the Persian throne; the essential service rendered to the king by Mordecai, in detecting a plot against his life, (ch. 2:;) the promotion of Haman, and his purposed destruction of the Jews, (ch. 3:;) the consequent affliction of the Jews, and the measures pursued by them, (ch. 4:;) the defeat of Haman's plot, through the instrumentality of Esther, against Mordecai, (ch. 5:-7:;) and also the defeat of his general plot against the Jews, (ch. 8:; 9:1-15;) the institution of the feast of Purim to commemorate this deliverance, (ch. 9:16-32;) and the advancement of Mordecai, (ch. 10:;) and though some Christians have hesitated to receive this book into the sacred canon, yet it has always been received by the Jews, not only as perfectly authentic, but also as one of the most excellent of their sacred books. That it is a genuine and faithful description of a real fact, the observation of the feast of Purim, to the present day, is a sufficient evidence; since it is impossible, and in fact inconceivable, that a nation should institute, and afterwards continue to celebrate without interruption, through every generation of that people, in a long succession of ages, in whatever places they may have sojourned, this solemn annual festival, merely because one of their nation had written an agreeable fable or romance. It has been remarked, as an objection to this book, that the name of God no where occurs in it: His superintending providence, however, is frequently illustrated. It is shewn, indeed, in every part of the work; disconcerting evil designs, and producing great events, by means seemingly inadequate. It also presents an interesting description of mortified pride, and of malice baffled to the destruction of its possessors; and exhibits a very lively representation of the vexations and troubles, the anxieties, treachery, and dissimulation of a corrupt court.


orang kedua

Dan 5:7

di bawah

Kej 41:43

raja Ahasyweros,

Kej 41:40

orang sebangsanya.

Neh 2:10; Yer 29:4-7; Dan 6:4 [Semua]

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