Vashti: This reasoning was inconsequent and false. Vashti had not generally disobeyed the king, therefore she could be no precedent for the general conduct of the Persian women. She disobeyed only in one particular; and this, to serve a purpose, Memucan draws into a general consequence, and the rest came into the conclusion, being either too intoxicated to be able to discern right from wrong, or too intent on reducing women to a state of vassalage, to neglect the present favourable opportunity.
done wrong: Act 18:14, Act 25:10, 1Co 6:7, 1Co 6:8
Reciprocal: 1Ki 12:14 - the counsel Eph 5:22 - submit 1Pe 3:1 - ye