10 Hear, O Jehovah, and be gracious to me. O Jehovah help me.
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9 Do not hide your face from me. Do not angrily turn me away. You have been my help. Do not leave me! Do not abandon me, O God of my salvation!
1 There was a certain man of Ramathaim, a Zuphite of the mountains of Ephraim. His name was Elkanah. He was the son of Jeroham son of Elihu son of Tohu son of Zuph an Ephraimite. 2 He had two wives, one named Hannah and the other Peninnah. Peninnah was the mother of children. Hannah had no children. 3 This man went to Shiloh every year to worship and to make offerings to Jehovah (YHWH) of Hosts. The two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phinehas were the priests of Jehovah at Shiloh. 4 The day came for Elkanah to make his offering. So he gave a part of the feast to Peninnah his wife, and to all her sons and daughters. 5 He gave a double portion to Hannah. Hannah was very dear to him even though Jehovah had not given her children. 6 The other wife did everything possible to make her unhappy. This is because Jehovah had not given her children. 7 Year after year when Peninnah went to the Temple of Jehovah, she kept on provoking Hannah. It bothered Hannah so much she wept and did not eat. 8 Her husband Elkanah said to her: »Hannah, why are you weeping? Why are you not eating? Why is your heart troubled? Am I not more to you than ten sons?« 9 So after they finished eating and drinking in Shiloh Hannah got up. The priest Eli sat by the pillars near the door in the Temple of Jehovah. 10 Hannah was filled with grief and wept bitterly. She prayed and pledged an oath to Jehovah: 11 »O Jehovah of Hosts: If you will truly notice the sorrow of your servant. Remember me. Do not turn away from me. If you will give me a son, then I will give him to you, Jehovah, all the days of his life. His hair will never be cut.« 12 Hannah prayed to Jehovah for a long time. Eli watched her lips. 13 She prayed silently. Her lips were moving, but she made no sound. So Eli thought that she was drunk. 14 He said to her: »Stop making a drunken show of yourself! Stop your drinking and sober up!« 15 »No, I am not drunk,« she answered. »I have not been drinking! I am desperate. I have prayed and poured out my troubles to Jehovah. 16 »Do not consider your maidservant a worthless woman. I pray like this because I am miserable and filled with grief.« 17 Eli answered: »Go in peace. May the God of Israel give you what you have asked of him.« 18 »Let your maidservant find favor in your sight,« she replied. Then she went away, ate some food, and was no longer sad (self-concerned). 19 The next morning Elkanah and his family got up early. After worshiping Jehovah, they went back home to Ramah. Elkanah had intercourse with his wife Hannah and Jehovah answered her prayer. 20 So it was that she became pregnant and gave birth to a son. She named him Samuel. She explained: »I asked Jehovah for him.« 21 The time came again for Elkanah and his family to go to Shiloh and offer to Jehovah the yearly sacrifice and the special sacrifice he promised. 22 This time Hannah did not go. She told her husband: As soon as the child is weaned, I will take him to the Temple of Jehovah, where he will stay all his life. 23 Elkanah answered: »All right, do what seems best to you. Stay at home until you have weaned him. May Jehovah make your promise come true.« So Hannah stayed at home and nursed her child. 24 After she weaned him she took him to Shiloh. She also took a three-year-old bull, a bushel of flour, and a leather bag full of wine. She took Samuel, young as he was, to the Temple of Jehovah at Shiloh. 25 First they slaughtered the bull. Then they took the child to Eli the priest. 26 Hannah said to him: »My lord. Do you remember me? I am the woman you saw standing here, praying to Jehovah. 27 »I asked him for this child. He gave me what I asked of him. 28 »So I am dedicating (giving) (granting) him to Jehovah. As long as he lives, he will belong to Jehovah.« Then they worshiped Jehovah there.
12 When he cries he will deliver the needy and the poor who have no helper.
6 The poor man called out. Jehovah heard him and saved him from all his troubles.
16 »I will pray to the Father, and he will give you another helper, that he [the Father] may be with you forever.
5 Dedicate your life to Jehovah. Trust him, and he will act on your behalf.
4 Behold, God is my helper: Jehovah is with those who preserve my life.
7 It is Jehovah who helps me, and I will see my enemies defeated.
18 There is no fear in love. Perfect (mature) love throws out (expels) fear because fear involves restraint (punishment). He who fears is not made perfect (mature) (complete) through love.
11 Asa prayed: »Jehovah, only you can help a powerless army defeat a stronger one. We depend on you to help us. We will fight against this powerful army to honor your name! We know that you will not be defeated. You are Jehovah our God. Do not let man prevail against you.«
14 »If you ask anything in my name, I will do it.
1 I will lift up my eyes to the mountains from where my help comes. 2 My help comes from Jehovah, who made heaven and earth. 3 He will not allow your foot to slip. He who keeps you will not slumber. 4 Behold, He who keeps Israel will neither slumber nor sleep. 5 Jehovah is your keeper. Jehovah is your shade on your right hand. 6 The sun will not strike you by day. The moon will not strike you by night. 7 Jehovah will protect you from all evil. He will protect (preserve) you. 8 May Jehovah guard your going out and your coming in from this time forth and forever.
10 »‘Do not fear for I am with you! Do not be dismayed for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.’
35 Do not lose your courage (confidence) (boldness). It brings a great reward with it.
14 »Jehovah will fight for you while you keep silent.«