Flashcards in Week 14 Test Deck (49)
Hannah - general facts
Elkanah had two wives, Hannah and Peninnah. Hannah could not give birth, so Peninnah taunted her. When Elkanah and his two wives went to worship at Shiloh, Hannah prayed for a child, and God granted her request.
Samuel was recognized as a prophet, even when he was young. He obeyed God and committed his life to Him.
Israel’s desire for a king
Israel needed a king, because Samuel's sons did not work. Samuel anointed Saul.
David’s motivation for fighting Goliath
To show Saul that he was not fit to be king.
Saul’s hatred for David
Saul hated David because he was liked more than him and could overthrow his kingdom.
What conclusion can you draw concerning the relationship of 1 and 2 Samuel based on those verses? Write your answer here:
They both tie together
The main characters in 1 Samuel:
Samuel, David, & Saul
The main characters in 2 Samuel:
More 1 and 2 Samuel chapters are devoted to...
How did Hannah's problem affect her relationship with Peninnah?
Peninnah taunted her.
How did Hannah deal with her problem?
She prayed to God.
How was Hannah's problem resolved?
God gave her a son, which she named Samuel.
(Eli's sons) First, they had no _____ for the Lord Himself.
(Eli's sons) Second, they treated the _____ of the Lord with contempt, not handling it according to God's law.
(Eli's sons) Third, they had slept with the women who served at the _____, showing their immorality and disregard for worship and worshippers alike.
Tent of Meeting
List the three areas in which Samuel grew:
Stature, favor with me, favor with the Lord
Did the Israelites depend on God or on the ark as they went into the battle against the Philistines?
Eli's wicked sons and 30,000 of Israel's soldiers were _____.
How old was Eli at the time of the battle?
What happened to Eli when he received word of the battle's outcome?
He off his chair and broke his neck.
The Israelites tried to seek God while holding on to their false gods.
Samuel led the people to forsake their foreign gods.
At Hebron Samuel led the people to forsake their foreign gods.
The people had little confidence in Samuel's prayers when the Philistines attacked them.
The people depended on God when the Philistines attacked them.
Israel won the victory because of superior military strategy.
The stone "Ebenezer" was set up to make the boundary beyond which the Philistines could no longer come.