Mordecai catches wind of Haman’s plot. In response, he tares his clothes, and changes into sackcloth and ashes, and then weeps loudly and bitterly. He and Esther pass messages back and forth, using Hathak as their messenger. The chapter ends with everyone fasting for Esther, who plans to risk her life going before the King. Join Mike and Ken as they discuss Godly grief; when we feel we’ve don’t something wrong but don’t know what it is; the interactions between the human soul and spirit and the Holy Spirit; and how we’re to have victory over the flesh in all areas of our lives. Ken’s running on fumes. What does that mean for the show? Also, has he really been up all night playing video games?
Passage: Esther 4