SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:4 Y vinieron las doncellas de Ester y sus eunucos, y se lo dijeron; y la reina tuvo gran dolor, y envió vestidos para hacer vestir a Mardoqueo, y hacerle quitar el cilicio de sobre él; mas él no los recibió.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Esther 4:4 Verse 4. Sent raiment] She supposed that he must have been spoiled of his raiment by some means; and therefore sent him clothing.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. So Esther’s maids and her chamberlains came and told it her , etc.] Her maids of honour and eunuchs that attended her, which they might tell her merely as a piece of news, there being something shocking in it to tender minds; or perhaps nothing more than that Mordecai was in sackcloth; and they might have observed, by some incident or another, that there was some connection between Mordecai and Esther, and that she had a peculiar respect for him: then was the queen exceedingly grieved ; even though she might not know the whole of the matter; but perceiving whatever it was it greatly affected Mordecai, with whom she sympathized: and she sent raiment to clothe Mordecai, and to take away his sackcloth from him ; that so he might appear at court, and she get better intelligence of the cause of all this: but he received it not ; refusing to be comforted, or appear cheerful under such melancholy circumstances.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-4 - Mordecai avowed his relation to the Jews. Public calamities, tha oppress the church of God, should affect our hearts more than an private affliction, and it is peculiarly distressing to occasio sufferings to others. God will keep those that are exposed to evil by the tenderness of their consciences.
Original Hebrew ותבואינה 935 נערות 5291 אסתר 635 וסריסיה 5631 ויגידו 5046 לה ותתחלחל 2342 המלכה 4436 מאד 3966 ותשׁלח 7971 בגדים 899 להלבישׁ 3847 את 853 מרדכי 4782 ולהסיר 5493 שׂקו 8242 מעליו 5921 ולא 3808 קבל׃ 6901