1 Samuel 1:28
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Therefore also I have lent him to the LORD; as long as he liveth he shall be lent to the LORD. And he worshipped the LORD there.
- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
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Other Translations of 1 Samuel 1:28
Therefore also I haue lent him to the Lord as long as hee liueth, he shall be lent to the Lord. And he worshipped the Lord there.- King James Version (1611)
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"So I have also dedicated him to the LORD; as long as he lives he is dedicated to the LORD. And he worshiped the LORD there."- New American Standard Version (1995)
therefore also I have granted him to Jehovah; as long as he liveth he is granted to Jehovah. And he worshipped Jehovah there.- American Standard Version (1901)
So I have given him to the Lord; for all his life he is the Lord's. Then he gave the Lord worship there.- Basic English Bible
And also I have lent him to Jehovah: all the days that he lives, he is lent to Jehovah. And he worshipped Jehovah there.- Darby Bible
Therefore I also have lent him to the Lord all the days of his life, he shall be lent to the Lord. And they adored the Lord there. And Anna prayed, and said: - Douay Rheims Bible
Therefore also I have lent him to the LORD; as long as he liveth he shall be lent to the LORD. And he worshiped the LORD there. - Webster's Bible
Therefore also I have granted him to Yahweh. As long as he lives he is granted to Yahweh." He worshiped Yahweh there.- World English Bible
and also I have caused him to be asked for Jehovah, all the days that he hath lived -- he is asked for Jehovah;' and he boweth himself there before Jehovah.- Youngs Literal Bible
therefore I also have lent him to the LORD; as long as he liveth he is lent to the LORD.' And he worshipped the LORD there.- Jewish Publication Society Bible
View Wesley's Notes for 1 Samuel 1:28
1:28 Lent him - But not with a purpose to require him again. Whatever we give to God, may upon this account be said to be lent to him, that tho' we may not recall it, yet he will certainly repay it, to our unspeakable advantage. He worshipped - Not Eli, but young Samuel, who is spoken of in this and the foregoing verse, and who was capable of worshipping God in some sort, at least with external adoration.
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