During that night the king could not sleep so he gave an order to bring the book of records, the chronicles, and they were read before the king. (Esther 6:1 NASB)
The book of Esther never mentions God, but His mighty hand is evident as He controls situations in such a way as to turn impending tragedy into eternal triumph for His people. Earlier in the book Mordecai saved the kings life (2:21-23). Later Haman was promoted by the king to have authority over all princes and every servant at the king's gate bowed down and paid homage to Haman, but Mordecai did not bow before Haman nor pay homage to him (3:1-2). Haman hated Mordecai because of this and upon discovering that Mordecai would not bow before him because Mordecai was a Jew, Haman convinced the King to allow a decree that all the Jews be annihilated on a certain date (3:9-12). However Haman's pride got the best of Him and his hate for Mordecai grew so strong that he built a gallows to hang Mordecai on and intended to seek the king's permission the next morning to carry out the hanging (5:14). Unknown to Haman, Esther the queen, Mordecai's niece that he raised as his own daughter, had already gained permission from the king to have audience with him and Haman the next morning (5:7-8). Also the king had a sleepless night and gave orders to have the book of the chronicles read to him and the story of how Mordecai had saved his life was read to him (6:1). Now that was no coincidence, but it was the sovereign hand of God at work on behalf of His people. The next morning Haman arrived at the palace thinking that he was the guest of honor. In fact the king asked Haman what should be done to honor someone that the king wished to honor and Haman quickly obliged the king with every detail that he thought would satisfy his selfish pride (6:6-9). Imagine how foolish Haman must have felt having to bestow all the honor that he desired for himself upon the one man that he hated the most as the king ordered him to give all this honor to Mordecai (6:10-11). Then to top it off Haman was exposed by the queen to the king for the evil man that he truly was and he was hung on the gallows that he had built for Mordecai (7:6-9). Then Mordecai gained the authority from the king that belonged to Haman and the Jews were victors instead of victims (8:1-2). Think about how God turned the tables on Haman. The honor that Haman decreed for himself went to his enemy and the destruction that Haman decreed for his enemy fell upon himself.
Child of God don't look at your circumstance today, but look to the God that is in control of all things. The evil that the enemy intends for you is ultimately under God's control. The debasement that the enemy has in store for you is in the sovereign hand of God. God is at work in your situation just as He was in Mordecai's and He will bring you out the victor instead of the victim.