1 Samuel 1

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1 Oli keegi mees, efratlane, Raamataim-Soofimist Efraimi mäestikust, Elkana nimi, Jerohami poeg, kes oli Elihu poeg, kes oli Tohu poeg, kes oli Suufi poeg.

2 Temal oli kaks naist: ühe nimi oli Hanna ja teise nimi oli Peninna; Peninnal oli lapsi, aga Hanna oli lasteta.

3 See mees läks igal aastal oma linnast kummardama ja ohverdama vägede Issandale Siilos; seal olid Issanda preestriteks kaks Eeli poega, Hofni ja Piinehas.

4 Ohverdamispäeval andis Elkana oma naisele Peninnale ja kõigile ta poegadele ja tütardele ohvrilihatükke.

5 Aga Hannale andis ta ühe nähtava osa, sest ta armastas Hannat, kuigi Issand oli sulgenud tema lapsekoja.

6 Ja teine naine, Peninna, solvas teda ka väga, et ta tunneks ennast alandatuna, sellepärast et Issand oli sulgenud ta lapsekoja.

7 Ja nõnda sündis aastast aastasse; iga kord, kui ta läks üles Issanda kotta, solvas Peninna teda nõnda, et ta nuttis ega söönud.

8 Siis küsis temalt ta mees Elkana: 'Hanna, miks sa nutad ja miks sa ei söö? Miks su süda on kurb? Kas ma pole sulle parem kui kümme poega?'

9 Ükskord pärast söömist ja joomist Siilos, kui preester Eeli istus istmel Issanda templi uksesamba juures, tõusis Hanna üles,

10 ja olles hinges kibestunud, palvetas ta Issanda poole ja nuttis väga.

11 Ja ta andis tõotuse ning ütles: 'Vägede Issand, kui sa tõesti vaatad oma teenija viletsusele ja mõtled minule ega unusta oma teenijat, vaid annad oma teenijale meessoost järglase, siis ma annan tema Issandale kogu ta eluajaks ja habemenuga ei puuduta ta pead!'

12 Ja kui ta nõnda Issanda ees kaua palvetas, pani Eeli tähele ta suud,

13 sest Hanna kõneles südames, üksnes ta huuled liikusid ja ta häält ei olnud kuulda; aga Eeli arvas, et ta oli joobnud.

14 Ja Eeli ütles temale: 'Kui kaua sa tahad olla joobnud? Lase enesest vein haihtuda!'

15 Aga Hanna vastas ning ütles: 'Ei, mu isand, ma olen vaimult rõhutud naine; veini ega vägijooki ei ole ma joonud, vaid ma olen oma hinge Issanda ees välja valanud.

16 Ära pea oma teenijat kõlvatuks naiseks, sellepärast et ma nii kaua kõnelesin oma suurtest soovidest ja meelekibedusest!'

17 Ja Eeli vastas ning ütles: 'Mine rahuga, küll Iisraeli Jumal täidab su palve, mis sa temalt palusid!'

18 Ja tema ütles: 'Leidku su teenija armu su silmis!' Siis läks naine oma teed ja sõi, ja ta nägu ei olnud enam kurb.

19 Ja nad tõusid hommikul vara ning kummardasid Issanda ees; siis nad läksid tagasi ja jõudsid koju Raamasse; Elkana ühtis oma naise Hannaga ja Issand pidas teda meeles.

20 Ja Hanna jäi lapseootele ning pärast päevade möödumist tõi ta ilmale poja ja pani temale nimeks Saamuel. 'Sest ma palusin teda Issandalt,' ütles Hanna.

21 Kui siis mees Elkana ja kogu ta pere läks Issandale ohverdama iga-aastast ohvrit ja oma tõotust,

22 Hanna ei läinud, sest ta ütles oma mehele: 'Alles siis, kui poiss on võõrutatud, viin ma tema, et ta võiks ilmuda Issanda palge ette ja jääda sinna igavesti.'

23 Ja ta mees Elkana ütles temale: 'Tee, nagu su silmis hea on, jää koju, kuni sa tema oled võõrutanud; Issand ainult kinnitagu oma sõna!' Ja naine jäi koju ning imetas oma poega, kuni ta tema võõrutas.

24 Ja ta viis tema enesega üles, kui ta tema oli võõrutanud, koos kolme härjavärsi, poole vaka jahu ja kruusi veiniga; ta viis tema Issanda kotta Siilosse, kuigi poiss oli alles nooruke.

25 Ja nad tapsid härjavärsi ning tõid poisi Eeli juurde.

26 Ja Hanna ütles: 'Oh, mu isand! Nii tõesti kui sa elad, mu isand, olen mina see naine, kes seisis siin su juures Issandat paludes.

27 Selle poisi pärast ma palusin ja Issand andis mulle mu palve peale, mida ma temalt palusin.

28 Seepärast annan minagi tema Issandale: kõigiks oma elupäeviks olgu ta antud Issandale!' Ja Saamuel kummardas seal Issandat.

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Exploring the Meaning of 1st Book of Samuel, Chapter 1      

Napsal(a) Rev. Garry Walsh

The 1st Book of Samuel opens with a story about a man named Elkanah and his two wives. One wife, Peninnah, had borne children. The other, Hannah, whom he loved especially well, was childless. Whenever it was the family’s time to bring an offering to the Lord at the tabernacle in Shiloh, Elkanah gave Hannah a double portion for her to offer, to show his love for her and his desire that she might be blessed.

On one of these visits to Shiloh, Hannah, in a state of deep religious conviction and emotional distress, pleaded in a prayer to the Lord that she might have a child. Eli, the high priest, seeing her mouth move but no words coming out, thought that she must have been drunk. She declared that she had not had any strong drink, but that she was expressing the grief in her heart. Eli understood, then, and sent her on her way with his blessing.

Soon, a child was conceived. Hannah gave birth to a son who she named Samuel. The name “Samuel” literally means “God heard.” It was her decision to keep him home with her until he was weaned. Once weaned, she took the child back to Eli so that he might spend his life there in service to the Lord.

This story speaks to a state of life where a person is deeply upset because they feel as if they are lacking something that is essential for eternal happiness. The name “Hannah” literally means favor or grace. She paints a picture of someone who is pleading for God’s grace to deliver them the true happiness they desire.

Hannah’s grief-filled prayer took place at the tabernacle in Shiloh. Shiloh literal means tranquility or peace. In particular, Shiloh represents the type of peace that only the Lord Himself can give. (see Arcana Coelestia 6373).

The thing that is often missing in someone’s life, and that is being referred to here, is the truth. The more truth we have and the more we understand the Lord, ourselves, and the path that our life should take, the more of that true happiness we can find (see Apocalypse Explained 375).

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 66, 1408, 7836, 9391, 9849

Apocalypse Revealed 242


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 279, 750

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 Family Worship: The Birth of Samuel
Ideas for reading and discussing the story of Samuel’s birth.
Religion Lesson | Ages 3 - 12

 For This Child I Prayed
Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 14

 Hannah Prays for a Son
Make an accordion book showing key parts of the story of Samuel’s birth. Be sure to show Hannah with baby Samuel in one of the pictures!
Project | Ages 6 - 10

 Procreation Spiritual and Natural
Worship Talk | Ages over 18

 Quotes: The Love of Children
Teaching Support | Ages over 15

 Samuel
This lesson discusses a story from the Word and suggests projects and activities for young children.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 4 - 6

 Samuel Is Born Review Questions
Choose words from a word blank to complete sentences about Samuel.
Activity | Ages 3 - 13

 The Birth of Samuel
A New Church Bible story explanation for teaching Sunday school. Includes lesson materials for Primary (3-8 years), Junior (9-11 years), Intermediate (12-14 years), Senior (15-17 years) and Adults.
Teaching Support | Ages over 3

 The Birth of Samuel
Family lessons provide a worship talk and a variety of activities for children and teens..
Religion Lesson | Ages 4 - 17

 The Birth of Samuel
A family talk about the meaning of the name "Samuel" and the importance of prayer.
Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 17

 The Birth of Samuel
Illustrate the story of baby Samuel by sliding him from the Lord to his mother, Hannah, and then back to the Lord.
Project | Ages 3 - 6

 The Birth of Samuel
A lesson for younger children with discussion ideas and a project.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 4 - 6

 The Birth of Samuel (3-5 years)
Project | Ages 4 - 6

 The Birth of Samuel (6-8 years)
Project | Ages 7 - 10

 The Birth of Samuel (9-11 years)
Project | Ages 11 - 14

 The Story of the Birth of Samuel Retold
A retelling of the birth of Samuel for children.
Story | Ages 3 - 12


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