Esther, Ezra, and Nehemiah are three books of the Bible not often covered and sometimes misunderstood. However, they contain important lessons about worship, leadership, providence, and much more. In this three-part commentary, Peter A. Steveson explores each book, illuminating the rich truths within. His straightforward style and clear presentation will be especially helpful to pastors and Bible teachers seeking to preach the entire Word of God. Steveson describes the historical setting, analyzes the principal characters, and relates the structure and themes of each book. Using verse-by-verse exposition, he points out key Hebrew and Aramaic words, important principles, and practical applications. Steveson takes textual variances into account, interacts with a broad range of pertinent scholarship, and presents conservative interpretations for even problematic sections.