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1 Det var en mann fra amata'im-Sofim i Efra'im-fjellene; han hette Elkana og var sønn av Jeroham, sønn av Elihu, sønn av Tohu, sønn av Suf, en efra'imitt* / {* en levitt boende i Efra'ims stamme.}

2 Han hadde to hustruer; den ene hette Hanna og den andre Peninna; og Peninna hadde barn, men Hanna hadde ikke.

3 Denne mann drog år efter år op fra sin by for å tilbede og ofre til Herren, hærskarenes* Gud, i Silo; der var Elis to sønner, Hofni og Pinehas, prester for Herren. / {* NEH 9, 6.}

4 Og når dagen kom da Elkana bar frem sitt offer, da gav han sin hustru Peninna og alle hennes sønner og hennes døtre hver sitt stykke av offeret;

5 men Hanna gav han et dobbelt stykke, for han elsket Hanna, enda Herren hadde tillukket hennes morsliv,

6 og hennes medbeilerske krenket henne også sårt for å egge henne til vrede, fordi Herren hadde lukket for hennes morsliv.

7 Således gjorde han år efter år, så ofte hun drog op til Herrens hus, og således krenket Peninna henne, og hun gråt og vilde ikke ete.

8 Da sa Elkana, hennes mann, til henne: Hanna, hvorfor gråter du, og hvorfor eter du ikke? Hvorfor er du så sorgfull? Er jeg ikke mere for dig enn ti sønner?

9 Da de nu engang hadde ett og drukket i Silo, og mens Eli, presten, satt på sin stol ved dørposten i Herrens tempel, stod Hanna op,

10 og i sin hjertesorg bad hun til Herren og gråt sårt.

11 Og hun gjorde et løfte og sa: Herre, hærskarenes Gud! Dersom du vil se til din tjenerinne i hennes nød og komme mig i hu og ikke glemme din tjenerinne, men la din tjenerinne få en sønn, så vil jeg gi ham til Herren for hele hans levetid, og det skal ikke komme rakekniv på hans hode.

12 Således bad hun lenge for Herrens åsyn, og Eli gav akt på hennes munn;

13 for det var i sitt hjerte Hanna bad; bare hennes leber rørte sig, men hennes røst hørtes ikke. Derfor tenkte Eli at hun var drukken,

14 og han sa til henne: Hvor lenge vil du te dig som drukken? Se til å bli av med ditt rus!

15 Da svarte Hanna og sa: Nei, min herre! Jeg er en kvinne som bærer på en tung sorg i sitt hjerte; vin og sterk drikk har jeg ikke drukket, men jeg utøste min sjel for Herrens åsyn.

16 Hold ikke din tjenerinne for en ryggesløs kvinne! For jeg har hele tiden talt av min store sorg og gremmelse.

17 Da svarte Eli og sa: Gå bort i fred, og Israels Gud skal gi dig det du har bedt ham om.

18 Hun sa: La din tjenerinne finne nåde for dine øine! Så gikk kvinnen sin vei, og nu åt hun og så ikke mere så sorgfull ut.

19 Morgenen efter stod de tidlig op og tilbad for Herrens åsyn; så vendte de tilbake og kom hjem igjen til ama. Og Elkana holdt sig til Hanna, sin hustru, og Herren kom henne i hu;

20 og innen året var omme, blev Hanna fruktsommelig og fødte en sønn, og kalte ham Samuel*; for [sa hun] jeg har bedt Herren om ham. / {* for han er utbedt og jeg bønnhørt av Gud.}

21 Da så mannen - Elkana - drog op igjen med hele sitt hus for å ofre til Herren det årlige offer og sitt løfteoffer,

22 drog Hanna ikke med op, men sa til sin mann: Jeg vil vente til gutten er avvent; da vil jeg ta ham med mig, så han kan fremstilles for Herrens åsyn og bli der all sin tid.

23 Elkana, hennes mann, sa til henne: Gjør hvad du finner for godt; bli hjemme til du har avvent ham; bare Herren vil holde sitt ord! Så blev kvinnen hjemme, og hun gav sin sønn die til hun hadde avvent ham.

24 Og så snart hun hadde avvent ham, reiste hun op med ham og hadde med sig tre okser og en efa mel og en skinnsekk med vin, og hun bar ham inn i Herrens hus i Silo - han var bare en ganske liten gutt.

25 Så slaktet de oksen og førte gutten inn til Eli.

26 Og hun sa: Hør mig, min herre! Så sant du lever, min herre: Jeg er den kvinne som stod her hos dig og bad til Herren.

27 Denne gutt var det jeg bad om, og Herren har gitt mig det jeg bad ham om.

28 Og nu gir jeg ham tilbake til Herren for all den tid han er til; det var for Herrens skyld jeg bad om ham. Og de tilbad Herren der.

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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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mann
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efra'im
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fjellene
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sønn
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to
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by
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hærskarenes
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silo
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sønner
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prester
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døtre
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elsket
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lukket
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kvinne
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vin
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sjel
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sorg
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gud
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finne
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vei
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tidlig
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kom
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ama
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avvent
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ord
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die
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tre
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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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