The five points of the Order of the Eastern Star are female biblical figures that are associated with a color, a cardinal feminine virtue and, in some cases, a season of the year. The first point is Adah, Jephtah's daughter from the Book of Judges. She is associated with the youth of spring and the color blue. Her cardinal virtue is respect for the binding power of a vow.
The second point of the Order of the Eastern Star is Ruth, the widow from the Book of Ruth. She is associated with the abundance and growth of summer and the color yellow. Ruth's cardinal virtue is piety.
The third point is Esther, the wife from the Book of Esther. Esther is associated with the color white but does not represent a season. Esther's cardinal virtue is fidelity to family and friends.
The fourth point of the Order of the Eastern Star is Martha, sister of Mary and Lazarus in the Gospel of John. Martha is associated with the end of life, winter and the color green. Martha's cardinal virtue is undeviating faith through hardship.
The fifth point is Electa, the mother and the elect lady from the Second Epistle of John. She is associated with the full maturity of life, autumn and the color red. Electa's cardinal virtue is patience.