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Lesson 14: 1 Samuel

The Boy Who Learned to Listen;Bible Study Guide for the Route 66 book

first great prophet Moses
second great prophet Samuel
1 Samuel + 2 Samuel started the 450 year ______________ in the history of Israel period of kings
Elkanah's two wives Hannah and Peninnah
where Elkanah and his family worshiped Shilo
high priest who thought Hannah was ________ Eli;drunk
Samuel served under _____ and lived in _______ Eli;Shilo
Eli's sons who abused their priestly privileges Hophni and Phinehas
What Samuel said in 1 Samuel 3: 8-10 Speak lord for your servant is listening
God told Samuel that He would soon ____________________________ in 1 Samuel 3: 11-14 punish Eli and his family
Bible verse: Samuel 15: 22 “Does the Lord delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices as much as in obeying the Lord? To obey is better than sacrifice, and to heed is better than the fat of rams."
Created by: xTheBookWormx