4And Mordecai said, This is Gods work.5I remember the dream I had about this, nothing of which has failed to be fulfilled 6the little spring that became a river, the light, the sun and the flood of water. Esther is the river, whom the king married and made queen.7Ha man and I are the two dragons.8Those who assembled to destroy the Jews are the nations.9And my nation is Israel, my people, who cried to God and were saved. Yes, the Lord has saved his people and delivered us from all these evils. God has worked such signs and great wonders as have never occurred among the nations.
10For this purpose, God prepared two destinies one for his people and the other for all the nations.11These two destinies were fulfilled at the moment, the hour and the day laid down by God among the nations.12He remembered his people and rendered justice to his inhe ritance.14Thus, gathering together with joy before God on the fourteenth and fifteenth of the month of Adar, Israel will celebrate these days from generation to generation.
14In the fourth year of the reign of Ptolemy and Cleopatra, Dositheus, who affirmed he was a priest and a Levite, and his son Ptolemy brought to Egypt the foregoing letter concerning the Purim, maintaining that it was genuine and had been translated by Lysimachus, Ptole mys son and a resident of Jerusalem.