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Lu2577's comment on 5/21/2017, 4:39am...

For the one who wrote;women were not suppose to "teach" in those day because they were not educated,not the case today". 1Sam.1:15"poured out my soul to the Lord"Luke2:37Anna was a widow,she did not depart from the temple,served God with fastings and prayers,night and day."Ruth,Esther,Sarah,Mary.(LUKE 10:39; women followed Jesus and was taught by him. Women were educated in the ways of the Lord)

 


Bruce's comment on 5/18/2017, 12:58pm...

April: To promise God---, they're already in Sin. God told us to ask: Be careful for nothing but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your request be known unto God. Philippians 4:6/ this is the confidence that we have in him that if we ask anything according to his will,he heareth us: if we know that he hear us---we have the petitions that we desire of Him. 1John 5:14-15

 


April's comment on 5/17/2017, 11:31am...

I do remember reading in a prior book and other books throughout the bible, speaking on the part of promising something to God and or other people and if you break that promise it is considered a sin,it is better to not promise something with thy lios then to promise something and not follow through,father follows through his words,question is do we? I made a promise to God I am going to keep it!

 


Irene123's comment on 3/24/2017, 2:34pm...

I have seen, so far, just one comment on the back pgs. - of 'deal making' with Gog: "Lord, if you will do this, I will do that." That will not work; God does not make deals; it's God's way or the hell way.

 


Agranpe M. Tanimowo's comment on 3/22/2017, 8:04pm...

Despite the discouragement words from Peninneh, Hannah used her Spiritul Instrucment which is prayer effectively and efficiently, another test came through the high priest, but Hannah was not discouraged because she was focused. Jesus told His disciples that "Howblt this kind goeth not out but by prayer and fasting. She got answer to her prayer. May God give us the spirit of prayer.

 


Manasseh.kilemi from Tigania meru county's comment on 11/13/2016, 1:26am...

God is God of promise:and every drop of tear you pour in the presences of the eyes of God there is a reward

 


Tim George's comment on 10/03/2016, 3:45am...

Hannah is an example of a woman of God, who kept her composure, in a very difficult situation in life. She could have easily said, woe is me, but instead she submitted to the will of God. By offering Samuel to God, all the days of his life, she demonstrated that serving God is our highest calling in life, no matter what we have to suffer in order to do so.

 


Toni's comment on 9/28/2016, 8:24am...

I think what stood out to me was that Hannah was so focused on what she didn't have, that she couldn't see what she did have. Be grateful for what you have and trust that God will reward you with the desires of your heart.

 


BSP's comment on 8/31/2016, 6:49am...

In verse 7 Hannah was taunted so bad that she would weep and not eat. This shows how negatively our words may affect other people if we don't use them in an encouraging way.

 


Arthur Florence's comment on 8/21/2016, 2:09am...

Ramath. has two wives and there are hannnah and peninneh


 


TIMOTHY IFIDON's comment on 8/09/2016, 2:06pm...

Another significant part about Hannah was that she kept to her vow.We should learn from this.God keeps vow and always honours it.It has always been men who do not keep their own side of the vows.I want you to know that you can turn around your situations by engaging God in a vow.May God help us and give us grace to overcome all our challenges in life,amen

 


BSP's comment on 8/08/2016, 3:31pm...

High Priest Eli mistakenly thought that Hannah was drunk. He did not have all the facts and he made a wrong assumption. We can learn a lesson from this and refrain from making assumptions too fast.

 


Shaneika Roberts's comment on 6/16/2016, 11:04am...

The Lord hears the cries of his children. What Hannah had to go through was hard but she kept the faith and trusted God and her reward was great.

 


Danielle's comment on 2/10/2016, 8:24am...

It is amazing how Hannah was able to withstand all of that torment, and still trust God!

 


Nikelwa's comment on 12/26/2015, 4:43am...

Comment The story of Hanna is very painful but when you trust in God and believe in him nothing is impossible, I'm also like Hanna.

 


Getrude's comment on 11/15/2015, 1:44am...

It indeed an encouraging scripture.No matter what people say about our situations,never stop crying to your God for one day,God will answer you!

 


Karl's comment on 10/29/2015, 6:41am...

responds to Devlin; thanks for answering back, don't know Hebrew, trust the scholars for that, but as I understand it -eli eli lema sabachthani- my god my god why hast thought forsaken me. My question then to you would be simply who do you think JESUS was; mere prophet, jewish demigod, divinely inspired rabbi, or the LORD made flesh? What was the LORD trying to teach with those last words?

 


Monica's comment on 10/28/2015, 8:10pm...

God is a very loving Father and he will never abandon those that call to him in the name of Jesus his only Son. Regardless of how long Hannah being barren, she knew in her heart that God, and God alone could change her situation. When she prayed, she prayed without doubt that God was listening to her prayer and that he would answer. We sometimes pray without believing - whether what I have asked for will come through or not? Or the doctor has said I have few weeks to live before I die so I'm not quite so what will happen! Doubts closes the door to God's mercy throne. Hannah prayed believing and she received but she also lived up to the promise she made to give back the child for God's glory. Wonderful lesson and one of my favorites.

 


Gerald Bankhead's comment on 10/28/2015, 1:58pm...

Jesus is the Son of God, but is Himself a God. I believe this is the Son praying to His Father. Rather than a God praying to a God. At the time Jesus spoke to God, The Father, He knew He was answering to someone with more power, so to speak. If not, why ask? Jesus was asking the only person, He knew could
Help Him.

 


Ar's comment on 10/28/2015, 10:02am...

Nessage to To Chapter 0: May be, you could let us know where you read about the things you comment about, Chapter 0, so we can help each other.

 


Devlin's comment on 10/28/2015, 6:40am...

Responds to Mr. Karl. I've read in Psalms 22 until 23. Still the same, Very clearly that Jesus still prayed to God. Jesus as God want another God for helping. And Jesus as a God, still want helping from God? If you know Hebrew.. you know the meaning of ELI ELI LAMA SABAKHTANI... Tq

 


Karl's comment on 10/27/2015, 5:12pm...

responds to Devlin; I think that, with his last words Jesus was hearkening us back to Psalm 22, and at the same time giving us his last lesson. The LORD drew us to Psalm 22 to draw us back to Psalm 23, read together the final message resonates within a Christian soul, how's that sound to you?

 


Devlin's comment on 10/26/2015, 11:24pm...

The most interesting to me is this..

Matthew 27:46,
Jesus said "ELI ELI LAMA SABAKHTANI" (which means "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?). It's show that there's another God and who's the God that Jesus called? Does [email protected] prayed? How can [email protected] prayed to another God? Somebody can tell me about this plz. Tq

 


Sarah Tetteh's comment on 10/26/2015, 12:26pm...

This chapter is very good.

 


Petros -cephas(johnpeter)'s comment about verse 16 on 9/11/2015, 12:10am...

Daughters of belial are women who are worthless, cheapy, wicked, worldly etc.

 


 

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