Hannah was genuinely happy to hear those words, and believed; thus she was no longer sad. The LORD remembered her and she finally had a son whom she named Samuel. The caveat was that she would lend this son to the LORD as long as he lived.
After Samuel was weaned, he went to stay with Eli and his sons in the priest pavilion. Hannah would come up to see the boy routinely. There was an introduction to David through the story of Boaz, and an introduction to the prominent prophet Samuel through Elkanah and Hannah.
Eli the high priest had sons who were dishonest and outright refused to obey the LORD. They made men hate offering to the LORD. The nation still in limbo… to be continued!
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