Esther, the Queen in the PALACE is Seen
Irma W. Sampson
- 6 x 9
- ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES - Americana
- ARCHITECTURE - Annuals
The book of Esther from the Bible is such a captivating story that a lot of works from literature, arts and television are based upon it. This true story chronicles the life of Queen Esther and how God saved the lives of the Jews from their oppressor, Haman. The celebration of Purim is still celebrated annually by the Jewish people. Every chapter of Esther is carefully detailed in rhyme and measure without being tedious but easy to understand. While it deals primarily on the story of Esther, it illustrates how many lives can be influenced and saved when one person takes a stand for the lives of her people, though she put her own life at risk.
Irma W. Sampson holds a bachelors degree in Music Education and a master’s degree in Christian Education. Her Childhood was spent near Ulster, Pennsylvania, where she accepted Christ as her Savior at nine years of age. The resident of Wellsboro, Pennsylvania taught in both public and Christian schools. Over those years she gave over one hundred students piano lessons. In health or in severe illness, God has led me to serve him. She taught for over fifty years, and was also pianist or organist of the church where she was a member. She has three grown children, all married and with families of their own. Sarajean, Bob and Walter are testimony’s of the Lord’s grace as they serve him.