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Esther 5:7

Then answered Esther, and said, My petition and my request is;
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Money. Hebrew, "the sum of money. "Septuagint, "ten thousand talents."

Rabanus Maurus

AD 856
This postponement of the petition is not due to a fault of laziness but must be attributed to the virtue of patience, clearly indicating that the reward of the righteous and the punishment of the sinners are reserved for the future. “Tomorrow,” in fact, must be interpreted as “the future,” as in that comforting sentence, “Do not worry about tomorrow.” And in Genesis Jacob says to Laban, “My justice will answer for me tomorrow.” And in Exodus, when the rules about the eating of the Passover lamb are given, it is added, “You shall let none of it remain until the morning.” Therefore when the day of future judgment comes and the entire human race, both righteous and sinners, is brought before the supreme Judge, then it will be revealed with which mind each person lived in this world. The righteous will be invited to reach the kingdom of the heavenly homeland through the sentence of this judge, and the sinners will be punished and expelled together with the devil into the torments of hell. ...

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. - 2 Peter 1:20

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