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Samuel

Then they took their bones and buried them under a tamarisk tree at Jabesh, and they fasted seven days.

ABOUT THE BOOKTYPE OF BOOK- HistoryNUMBER OF CHAPTERS: 31TIME FRAME: 1100BC-1010BC THEMES: Faith, Disobedience

1 Samuel 17- 3

1st Additional Quote1 Samuel 1: 12--- "Hannah continued to pray to the Lord for a long time, and Eli watched her lips. She was praying silently. "This "spoke out to me" because when I was younger, I always saw my mom pray to God in the Church.

1 SAMUEL

1 Samuel 10- 3

There was a man named Elkanah, from the tribe of Ephraim, who lived in the town of Ramah in the hill country of Ephraim. He was the son of Jeroham and grandson of Elihu, and belonged to the family of Tohu, a part of the clan of Zuph.

1 SAMUEL 31: 13

1 SAMUEL 1: 1

SUMMARY OF1 SAMUEL 1There was once a man called Elkanah who had 2 wives, Peninnah and Hannah. Peninnah was able to have children while Hannah, on the other hand couldn't. Every time Peninnah had a child, she would tuaunt Hannah for being childless. One day, Hannah had enough and prayed no-stop to God. A last, Hannah recieved her first baby from God and named him Samuel. Hannah said that once Samuel is weaned, she will take in to live in the House of Lord at Shiloh forever.

2nd Additional Quote1 Samuel 15: 30---"I have sinned, but at least show me repect in front of the leaders of my people and all of Israel. This "spoke out to me" becuase I remembered that everyt time I got in trouble, I would tell my mom that I was sorry and to forgive me.

3rd Additional Quote1 Samuel 17: 29--- "Now what have I done? Can't I even ask a question?" This "spoke out to me" becuase every time my sister tells my mom about a secret, I would always stick my head in and say, "What's up?" and they would tell me to leave. This is when I would say, "Can't I ask a question?"

How This Story RelatesThe first boook of Samuel relates to me and my life because half of this story is talking about Samuel when he was young. I can sometimes relate to him with my current life.

BY SAMUEL ZHAO


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