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“There is nothing done for him’’. Who said these words to King Ahasuerus?
The keepers of the door
The King’s servants
Why was Haman at the outer court of the King’s house?
To ask for the execution of Mordecai.
The King had called for him.
To attend the second banquet hosted by Queen Esther.
What did Zeresh and his friends tell Haman?
To repent of his sin.
His fate was unavoidable.
To plead his innocence before the king.
In the beginning of Chapter 6, what is the King unable to do which becomes a turning point in the story.
Unable to decide how Haman should be honored.
Unable to read the book of the record of the chronicles.
Unable to sleep.
“Let nothing fail of all thou hast spoken.” Who said these words to whom?
King to Queen Esther
Zeresh to Haman
The King to Haman.
Who suggested that Haman be hung on gallows?
“What is your petition, Queen Esther?” How many times did the King ask Esther this question?
According to Esther Chapter 6:8, which of the following did Haman NOT recommend for the one whom the King delighted to honor?
Royal crown and signet ring of the king.
Parade through the city with a proclamation of honor by the king’s most noble prince
Royal apparel and king’s horse.
What was Esther’s petition to the king?
To spare her life and Mordecai’s life.
To spare her life and her people.
None of the above.
Where did the fifty -cubit high gallows made for Mordecai stand?
Outside the palace gate
In the house of Haman
Inside the palace of Shushan
What happened soon after Haman took Mordecai on horseback through the city?
Mordecai went to his house with his head covered.
Haman went to his house mourning and Mordecai went to the King’s gate.
Both went to the King’s gate.
What did we learn from Esther Chapters 6 & 7?
The guidance and control of God over the events of our lives.
God resists the proud and gives grace to the humble.
Both of the above.
What did Esther reveal at the banquet?
She and her people were to be destroyed and slain.
That Haman was planning to hang Mordecai.
Both of the above.
How was the King’s anger pacified?
When Haman was taken away from his presence with his face covered.
By Haman’s death on the gallows.
By Mordecai’s promotion and Jews’ deliverance.
What happened immediately after Esther said “The adversary and enemy is Haman”?
The King rose in anger and went out to the palace garden.
Haman pleaded for his life to the King.
Both the above.