Hebrew Roots/Holy Days/Purim

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PURIM[edit | edit source]

The Feast of Purim came into existence as a result of the enemy's attempt to exterminate the Jewish people when they were in exile. The story is related in the Book of Esther of the wicked Haman, a type of Antichrist, who plotted their destruction but was instead exposed and judged for his wickedness.

There are many figurative and prophetic types of the endtime drama in the story which will repeat itself in another Haman whom God will judge and destroy with the brightness of His coming.