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The Feast of Purim is a Jewish holiday in celebration of the deliverance of the Jews as recorded in the book of Esther. It is also known as the Feast of Lots (Purim being the Hebrew word for "lots"...
In my opinion a promise to His people and also a prophecy, a bit of recent history during the reign of the national socialists of Germany the Nazi party. They enacted many laws against the Jewish people (they could not even own a cat) that were codified under what became known as the Nuremberg laws. The purpose of these legal, but immoral laws was to oppress, seize property from it's victims and then strip them of all human liberties. One of these was that the complete book of Esther was forbidden to be studied or read under penalty of death, these occultist were aware of the power of God in hope to His people! After the war some leading Nazi stood trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity that were held for symbolic demise at the same place of their birth Nuremberg........Genesis 12:3 Hitler the modern day Haman was dead via the Mauser to his melon. Esther 7:6 Of the 12 defendants sentenced to death by hanging, two were not hanged: Martin Bormann was convicted in absentia (he had, unbeknownst to the Allies, been killed while trying to escape from Berlin in May 1945), and Hermann Göring committed suicide the night before the execution. The remaining 10 defendants sentenced to death were hanged. From the gallows Fritz Sauckel last words in this world before his drop were Feast of Purim 1946..........(Haman's family of 10 are executed again). Esther 9:14 In the Lord's freedom of remembrance........warrior on
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