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Samuel Served Before the LORD as a Child

Previously on the History of Israel, Hannah was able to have her child, a boy named Samuel whom she lent to the LORD. Samuel is growing up with priests who aren’t fully with the LORD, at least the younger.

However, Samuel served before the LORD as a child, he was girded with a linen ephod. He eventually had three brothers and two sisters (Hannah had more children), but Samuel grew up at the LORD’s house in Shiloh.

Samuel Served Before the LORD as a Child

Eli was an old man and heard how his sons performed and behaved, but he didn’t remove them from their post. He only rebuked them but would not make any changes or discipline them in any way. The LORD had already decided to kill them, so He kept them from listening to their dad.

Eli received a message from a man of God who reminded him that the LORD chose his father’s house while they were in Egypt. The LORD chose them to be His priest, and their lackluster behavior was how they choose to thank the LORD?

Did they thank the LORD with wickedness and rebellion, the prophet asked on behalf of the LORD? To be continued…

Selah

(Continue the Story…)

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