How to use the Lad to get the meaning of Esther’s story?
We have some ideas about how to get that message across, but first, let’s talk about how Esther uses the Lad for her narrative.
This is the Bible that Esther uses to tell her story, but it is not the Bible she used to tell it.
It is a translation of the Lad, which is the oldest known writing system.
The Lad is a combination of Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, and Syriac that came from the Near East and spread to the Middle East in the 7th century BC.
The story of Esther is told in a very long book, about 800 pages, that has been in circulation since the 6th century AD.
The Hebrew Bible contains a lot of different books, and each has different stories.
In this case, the Bible uses the story of the Old Testament, and this story tells us about Israel and its place in the world.
The Old Testament has a lot to do with Israel, but there is also a lot about God, the Creator.
God’s creation is a big deal in the Bible, but this is also about how God created Israel, the nation that became the nation of Israel.
God created the world in seven days, but God also created Israel in six days.
God did not create all of Israel in the seven days that God created.
In fact, God created only the nations of Israel on the seventh day.
This gives us an idea of what the Lad is trying to tell us.
The main message in the Lad: God created all the nations and their people in six weeks, but that is not enough time.
He created all of them in seven.
God creates all of us in six months, but then He creates all the other nations and people in seven months.
So, the whole story of creation is in six.
What the Lad says is: God made six nations and all their people, but did not make all of these nations and peoples in six years.
He did not give them a fixed number of years.
The Israelite story of Joshua, the son of Nun, tells us how God gave Israel seven years to become Israel.
He made Joshua a great general.
In Joshua 6:9-12, Joshua goes to the Valley of the Son of Hinnom, which has a name that means “a valley of the sons of Hinoah.”
In this story, God says, I have made you a general, and I have given you a covenant with you.
I have said, “Do this for five years and you will become Israel.”
He was a general and a king.
Now, the story ends with Joshua’s defeat by the king of the Amorites, the king named Gad, in the Valley.
He had a son named Saul, who had been a general in Israel for five of the seven years, but in the end he was killed by the Israelites.
So God gave the Israelite people a fixed period of time, six years, to become a nation.
So the Lad tells us that the first seven years of Israel’s existence were seven years with no end, because God made all the Israelitish people in that seven-year period.
Then he created them in six other years, so six years with a year of rest, then six years of battle, and then six months of rebuilding.
Then God gave them seven months of rest before they were to go into battle again.
Now what we can learn from this is that God wants the Israel people to be united and ready to go to war in six to eight years.
We will see what the Israelitic people will do after the seven-month period.
The message of the Bible is that there are seven days in Israel, and God created them all in six, seven, and eight weeks.
We need to know what time it is in order to understand the Lad.
We know from the Bible the Hebrew Bible is divided into seven parts.
The first part, which the Lad calls the first week, is the first day of creation.
It begins with the creation of the world, the earth.
This first day is called the day of the Lord, the Sabbath, because it is the beginning of the work of God that we are supposed to do.
God has created the universe in seven parts, and he wants us to do the work that he has given us to accomplish in those seven parts as long as we are willing to do it.
The next week is called creation week, because that is the seventh week.
It’s the seventh year of creation, and that is when God creates the universe, and it’s the first time we see God in his creation.
We see him with his creation, because he is the creator of all the things.
Then we see him in his second creation, the seventh creation.
This creation is the creation where the stars are created and the planets