Esther and the King
Once the king fell in love with Esther he made her the queen. Not only did he make her the queen but he declared a feast in her name, celebrated her, and pranced her around the kingdom.
And most importantly he trusted his wife. When she came before the king unannounced he could have chopped off her head, but he didn’t.
He listened to her and ultimately he believed her when she revealed the truth about Haman.
And lastly he was able to forgive and accept her.
Esther did not originally tell the king her Jewish heritage, but once she did, he forgave her and accepted her for who she was.
What we can learn from the King:
No one is perfect. Let’s face it, the king has been married before and he sent away his first wife. But when he met Esther… he was different. He treated her like a queen and really she was just a small time girl from a no where village.
All women deserve for their husband’s to treat them like queens. It does not matter where you come from or who your parents are.
A real man who wants to be your husband should see you as his queen and treat you as such. He should accept you for who you are and not be ashamed to show you off.