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  • They were the ones who arrived with Zerubbabel, Jeshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah, Reelaiah, Nahamani, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar, Bigvai, Rehum and Baanah. The number of the men of the people of the country of Israel: (Ezra 2, 2)

  • They were the ones who arrived with Zerubbabel, Jeshua, Nehemiah, Azariah, Raamiah, Nahamani, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispereth, Bigvai, Nehum, Baanah. The number of the men of the people of Israel: (Nehemiah 7, 7)

  • Now in the citadel of Susa there lived a Jew called Mordecai son of Jair, son of Shimei, son of Kish, of the tribe of Benjamin, (Esther 2, 5)

  • and was now bringing up a certain Hadassah, otherwise called Esther, his uncle's daughter, who had lost both father and mother; the girl had a good figure and a beautiful face, and on the death of her parents Mordecai had adopted her as his daughter. (Esther 2, 7)

  • Esther had not divulged her race or parentage, since Mordecai had forbidden her to do so. (Esther 2, 10)

  • Mordecai walked up and down in front of the courtyard of the harem all day and every day, to learn how Esther was and how she was being treated. (Esther 2, 11)

  • But when it was the turn of Esther the daughter of Abihail, whose nephew Mordecai had adopted her as his own daughter, to go into the king's presence, she did not ask for anything beyond what had been assigned her by Hegai, the king's officer, custodian of the women. Esther won the approval of all who saw her. (Esther 2, 15)

  • she did not divulge her parentage or race, in obedience to the orders of Mordecai, whose instructions she continued to follow as when she had been under his care. (Esther 2, 20)

  • At this time Mordecai was attached to the Chancellery and two malcontents, Bigthan and Teresh, officers in the king's service as Guards of the Threshold, plotted to assassinate King Ahasuerus. (Esther 2, 21)

  • Mordecai came to hear of this and informed Queen Esther, who in turn, on Mordecai's authority, told the king. (Esther 2, 22)

  • and all the royal officials employed at the Chancellery used to bow low and prostrate themselves whenever Haman appeared -- such was the king's command. Mordecai refused either to bow or to prostrate himself. (Esther 3, 2)

  • 'Why do you flout the royal command?' the officials of the Chancellery asked Mordecai. (Esther 3, 3)


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