1 Samuel Chapter 2 (1611 Bible)
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8 He raiseth vp the poore out of the dust, and lifteth vp the begger from the dunghill, to set them among princes, and to make them inherit the throne of glory: for the pillars of the earth are the Lords, and hee hath set the world vpon them.
10 The aduersaries of the Lord shalbe broken to pieces: out of heauen shal he thunder vpon them: the Lord shall iudge the ends of the earth, and he shal giue strength vnto his king, and exalt the horne of his Anointed.
14 And he strooke it into the panne, or kettle, or caldron, or pot: all that the flesh-hooke brought vp, the priest tooke for himselfe: so they did in Shiloh vnto all the Israelites that came thither.
16 And if any man said vnto him, Let them not faile to burne the fat presently, and then take as much as thy soule desireth: then hee would answere him, Nay, but thou shalt giue it mee now: and if not, I will take it by force.
25 If one man sinne against another, the Iudge shall iudge him: but if a man sinne against the Lord, who shall intreat for him? Notwithstanding they hearkened not vnto the voice of their father, because the Lord would slay them.
28 And did I chuse him out of all the tribes of Israel, to be my Priest, to offer vpon mine altar, to burne incense, to weare an Ephod before me? and did I giue vnto the house of thy father, all the offerings made by fire of the children of Israel?
29 Wherefore kicke ye at my sacrifice, and at mine offering, which I haue commaunded in my habitation, and honourest thy sonnes aboue mee, to make your selues fat with the chiefest of all the offrings of Israel my people?
30 Wherefore the Lord God of Israel saith, I sayd indeede that thy house, & the house of thy father should walke before me for euer: but now the Lord saith, Be it farre from mee; for them that honour me, I will honour, and they that despise me, shall be lightly esteemed.
35 And I will raise me vp a faithfull Priest, that shall doe according to that which is in my heart and in my mind, and I will build him a sure house, and hee shall walke before mine Anointed for euer.
36 And it shall come to passe, that euery one that is left in thine house, shal come and crouch to him for a piece of siluer, and a morsel of bread, and shall say, Put me (I pray thee) into one of the Priests offices, that I may eat a piece of bread.
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Thankfull's 1 Samuel Chapter 2 comment on 12/06/2012, 6:58am...
Surely, Hannah did not look at the waves coming from Phinehas. She succeeds and GOD grants her a child of her heart. Samuel was not just an ordinary child but a son. If we put total trust in GOD, HE will answer our prayers, and we will rejoice and praise GOD for what HE will have granted in our lives. Halleluiah…
Mary's 1 Samuel Chapter 2 comment on 10/20/2012, 11:55pm...
1 Samuel 2:8-10 Principle illustrated: Man can accomplish great things with God’s strength. (((1))) Out of the dust, God raises the poor men and gives them their inheritance among princes. No man can overpower or even come remotely close to God’s strength. God, with his strength, will silence the wicked and anyone else who tries to disrupt his plan. God has recently shown me through godly influences around me and his precious word that I can succeed in anything when I realize how much I need his help. God has revealed to me that if I put little effort into something I will sow only that much but, if I give God my all, he will help me to succeed. He has given me an overabundance every time I give him my all. It took me a while to realize it but, God is my “All in All”, so why do I not always give him my all? Sometimes I tend to forget that I have to be faithful and do my part. I am so thankful that God is always faithful and does his part even when I do not deserve it.
Akuinor's 1 Samuel Chapter 2 comment on 10/20/2012, 5:41am...
Leaders should also be careful of their children as they can affect their ministry as demonstrated by Eli's sons. Even though Eli warned them but he could punish them.
Ojeka Michael's 1 Samuel Chapter 2 comment on 5/07/2012, 7:23am...
The prayers of Hannah, sacrifies and the vow which she vowed and redeemed turn the haert of Elli's childreen against GOD.Becouse Samuel was going to be a priest.
Aggrey's 1 Samuel Chapter 2 comment on 12/04/2011, 7:47am...
Many people get the courage to pray but remember not to give thanks when they recieve.Hannah glorifies GOD and prophesies just like parents ought to do for their children.The shame of her barrenness was swept away and she rejoiced over her enemies.Imagine a person from the villages of the countryside sitting and dining with kings in Jerusalem.we need extraodinaly mov'ts inorder to get extraordinally miracles.
Bitrus sambo bako's 1 Samuel Chapter 2 comment about verse 30 on 1/24/2011, 4:28am...
we are extremely privilege to be converted from sin, made believers & priest 1peter2:9. we carry GOD's presence & were made to offer daily sacrifice to HIM,so we ought to acknowledge this position & honor GOD in our lives.else we will be of little values before HIM.
Robin Ballard's 1 Samuel Chapter 2 comment on 1/13/2011, 2:01pm...
I think God deliberately shut up Hannah's womb, so that she in turn would cry out to him for a child, who in turn would serve God. The timing was perfect, because God would destroy Eli's sons and replace them with Samuel.
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