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Edward yamba's comment about verse 8 on 9/05/2013, 4:05am...

Well what a level of Faith, regardless of what cometh her way, she stead fastly walked with God. Many are times we just walk in our own way. Cause we can not wait on God. We must always note that without faith, we can't please God.

 


Edward yamba's comment about verse 8 on 9/04/2013, 8:12pm...

Well wait a level of Faith, regardless of what cometh her way, she stead fastly with God. Many are times we just walk our way. Cause we can not wait on God. We must always note that without faith, we can't please God

 


Virginia's comment on 8/23/2013, 4:42am...

Hannah was blessed because of her faithfulness to God and her desire to have a boy child to dedicate back to God.

 


ASUEM SYVESTER's comment on 8/19/2013, 1:36pm...

THIS CHAPTER SHOWS HOW POWERFUL GOD IS . AND I MUST REMEMBER ALL CHRISTIANS THAT PRAYER IS THE WEAPON FOR ALL CHRISTIANS

 


Margaret's comment on 7/24/2013, 1:10pm...

Hannah was a woman who found herself being bullied by her enemy (Elkanah's wife), and suffering from the grief of not being able to conceive a son for her husband who loved her like Christ Jesus loves the church. I'm encourage to see how Hannah took herself and went into Kingdom Devotion at the top. Hannah went to the house of God to make her partition known unto Christ, and the good news is the Lord heard her prayers and saw her tears...and rewarded her openly with a boy child. My El Shaddai for truly God is strong and mighty.

 


ENOCK DAKA's comment on 7/18/2013, 6:54am...

the question i was asking my self was when i was lead to read 1Samuel...how can can i pray if it is the Lord who has closed(deleyed opportunities, financial break through and my life to rely rest and live a life i have dreamed) my womb...there are three things i descovered Hannah did 1. she stood up 2. she poured her sour to the Lord and made a vow 3. she believed Eli' words and never moved with a sad face.

 


Raj kumar's comment on 7/09/2013, 4:31am...

hanna had wept and awaited unto Lord the God's deliverance... so, when we have the faith in Lord our God, even we could have been delivered by the mightiest Lord the God...await and await.. we get delivered in the name of Lord Jesus.

 


Rebecca's comment on 7/08/2013, 6:10pm...

Along with my sisters, whose hearts, mind and hope have been broken, I seek God to thrust His hand through the Heavens to fulfill His promises to me...to pour from the River that Flows beneath His Throne..such a refreshing not only for me, but for His Body at large. Amen.

 


Joe trevino's comment on 5/27/2013, 12:50pm...

so much out of this verse even in our adversities God is working in us to understand the spiritual part of all things. She moved her mountain with the help of Eli by moving in faith, by crying to God and the power of the tongue when Eli blessed her on her way.Like a diamond is formed in pressure so are the best things birthed,the prophet Samuel was born.Expect greatness out of adversities. Let's all continue to bless with a conviction of knowing our blessings are going to produce that what we profess..Amen.

 


Nish313's comment on 5/23/2013, 8:40am...

I am a woman who do know exactly how Hannah feel. I have been barren for a while and have been praying to God to bless me with children. I do believe that He is about to bless me this year and open my womb. I visited a Church this sunday and the Bishop prophesied to me and told me that God said He is going to answer my prayers that I been praying for something personal. I knew that it was God speaking to me, that Bishop have never seen, or spoken to me... God is good and Faithful.

 


Sepeko's comment about verse 15 on 5/20/2013, 7:39am...

I'm also a woman whose heartbroken & I'm pouring my heart to the Lord. This scriptures showed me that prayer is powerful & no matter the circumstances one must not stop praying.

 


Al's comment on 4/28/2013, 1:34pm...

The sermon in church this morning (4/28/2013) was on Hannah and covered all of chapter one and the first 10 verses of chapter 2 and it was amazing to see that God put her in the valley in the means of a test to see if she would trust him to pull her through.

 


Bravotango60's comment on 4/08/2013, 10:49am...

I just began a study of David but it basically covers 1/2 Samuel! What a great start to the study material! The faithfulness of Elkanah and his family to travel each year to Shiloh to offer sacrifices to God should not be overlooked. I never really knew the story of Hannah but this was an amazing journey thru this chapter. Her faithfulness through some very difficult times is just amazing culminating in her vow to God and subsequent answer that was received in the form of Samuel! I am eager for chapter 2 this evening!

 


Anil Sam's comment about verse 8 on 4/08/2013, 1:35am...

I can understand here that Elcana the real husband console Hannah and proving his sincerity to his wife who do not have kids.
Here we have to think ourselves that several time we had bitter experience such cases and how we all were handled it.I can assure here that Elkanah walked always with God.

 


Anonymous's comment on 3/21/2013, 2:21pm...

Bringing GOD's words into ur heart

 


Hannah's comment about verse 19 on 3/13/2013, 11:57pm...

And they rose up in the morning early, and worshipped before the LORD, and returned, and came to their house to Ramah: and Elkanah knew Hannah his wife; and the LORD remembered her.

 


Annie's comment on 1/12/2013, 2:53pm...

God is the only good God.

 


Liberty zone's comment on 12/28/2012, 2:18pm...

It was ok.

 


Morgenmunds's comment on 12/06/2012, 2:21am...

Itís very difficult to do what Hannah did, but we have to ask for the holy spirit to guide us. What we donít know is that we only make plans, but the decision comes from God. Hannah knew all this but some of us decide for God.

 


Philip Zolu's comment on 11/17/2012, 8:25pm...

In this chapter I learnt a lesson from Hannah in that no matter what you are going through, the first thing you do is to pray to God. Do not focus on the situation, just pray and have faith in God, because faith moves God to answer prayers. Hannah made a vow and fulfilled it. Very important in praying to God make a vow that you are able to fulfill, or donít, because God knows the heart. This chapter also made me to know that God really answers prayers.

 


Samuel Dura's comment on 11/08/2012, 2:38am...

God is the giver of children.never depend on human they are disappointing

 


JosephGulley's comment on 11/03/2012, 8:39am...

If we take what she did and apply it to the area of our lives where it is mostly needed. We will begin to see the power of Godís love and understand the miracle of prayer and faith.

 


BE CHRISSY's comment on 11/01/2012, 3:43am...

I feel the strongest about the last two verses the most. Hannah states, "27 For this child I prayed; and the LORD hath given me my petition which I asked of him: 28 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."Because throughout God's word, he tells us to petition our prayers. Any worries, sorrows or concerns. We are to petition them. He wants us to cry out to him in our time of need so that he can work necessary blessings in our life. Verse 28 basically concentrates on the fact that there also was a sacrifice made. In exchange of God giving Hannah that which she sought, she gave him her son also in return. What a beautiful arrangement for both parties to both hold their end of this union. Chapter one teaches me to not only petition, but also, make an outstanding sacrifice and sticking to it, while using what God has answered and blessed me with, for Good. The Lord doesn't always do all the work. Sometimes, in order to get anywhere with God, we have to meet him half way. Trusting he will do, what he says he will do and vice versa.

 


Louisa's comment about verse 27 on 8/18/2012, 4:05am...

i think it's good in developing one's faith, to trust God whenever we pray 1samuel 1;11.

 


OLUWASEUN OLUGUNNA's comment on 8/08/2012, 6:40am...

I realized that Confession by mouth is very important.Though there is a saying that says: God knows the heart but u still have to confess with your mouth what you actually needed. Hannah confessed with her mouth what she needed has God harkened to her request 1Sam 1:11.More so, making vow to back up your request is another important thing though it does not mean God will not answer your prayers if you do not back it up with vow.Hannah backed her request with vow and God harkened to her request.1 Sam 1:11.
Another important thing is that one must be slow to anger. Hannah was not provoked when Prophet Eli told her for how long will she continue to drink but she responded saying she did not drink but rather she is pouring out her mind to God. 1 Sam 1: 14-17. Moreover, Faith is another lesson learnt. After Hannah had prayed to God and Eli told her to go in peace, she went and in peace and do away with every sorrow in her heart this shows she had faith that God has done what she requested for. 1 Sam 1:18.

Fulfillment of vow is another keyword. After Hannah gave birth to Samuel she did not forget to fulfill vow unlike others that will say God has done it and they will not go back to fulfill the vow they made with God.

 


 

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