Time: 9:56 PM
Weather: Cold & Rainy
Readings: Esther, chapters 6-10
“Therefore, because of everything written in this letter and because of all that they had been through, the Jews agreed to continue. It became tradition for them, their children, and all future converts to remember these two days every year on the specified dates set down in the letter. These days are to be remembered and kept by every single generation, every last family, every province and city. These days of Purim must never be neglected among the Jews; the memory of them must never die out among their descendants.”
- This verse is interesting because it explains the significance of Purim. Esther’s faith and courage to stand up for her people makes her an inspiring historical figure.
I was reminded to appreciate your situation this week. Nothing is promised to be here forever!