Here are the 14 points for Hannah, Rescheduled for September 12, 2015.
Our lesson comes from I Samuel 1:1-2:11; 2:19-21
Supporting Scriptures—Gen. 16:2; Gen. 18:13-14; 29:30; 29:31; 30:1-3, 22-23; Num. 8: 23-26
- Hannah, her name means “Graciousness or Favor”. (2; pg. 83)
- Her character: “Provoked by another woman’s malice, she refused to respond in kind. Instead, she poured out her hurt and sorrow to God, allowing Him to vindicate her”. (2; pg. 83)
- There was a certain man… whose name was Elkanah…. He had two wives; one was called Hannah and the other Peninnah. Peninnah had children, but Hannah had none. (1; 1: 1-2)
- Yearly Elkanah went to worship and sacrifice to the Lord as required. He gave portions of the meat to Peninnah and all her children. “ But to Hannah he gave a double portion because he loved her, and the Lord had closed her womb”. (1; 1:3-5) NIV Footnote 1:5—“The Lord gives and withholds children”. …
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