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Whether Haman was a descendant of King Agag whom Saul was suppose to kill or not we really don't know but in 1 Chronicles 4:43 (around 300 yrs after Samuel had killed Agag) it says that 'they defeated the rest of the Amelekites who had escaped'. So it could have been possible that Haman was a descendant of King Agag but no real way to prove it.
This passage is prophetic; the Lord (YAHWEH) is speaking the my lord (Adonai); it is a David's vision of the coming of Christ, evident by the "King Priest" identification to "Melchizedek" (See Hebrews). The last verse, verse 7, is a reference to His suffering - perhaps a picture of a king on his knee or all four to drink from a small stream, (along the way ...
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