Hannah ~ A Woman of Faith

Welcome to the second week of the second semester of Women in the Word. If you’re joining us for the first time, we’re excited you’re here and we look forward to getting to know you! You can click here for more details about our study and don’t forget to subscribe by email to receive our posts. If you want to be part of our community and join in the conversation, request an invitation to our closed facebook group (link below). Are you ready to begin? OK! Let’s get started!!

Heavenly Father, We are so thankful for You!  You are Jehovah-jirah, the One who desires to provide us with our greatest heart’s desires because of Your unfathomable love for us! We are so grateful for the opportunity to study Your Word  and we marvel at how You have brought us all together. We ask that You would open our eyes and show us marvelous things in Your Word again this week.  Help us to be not just hearers of Your Word but doers. Guide us, transform us, bring us together in unity and to You we will give all the glory and praise! In the precious name of Jesus we pray!

Hannah is one of my favorite characters in the Bible, for I think we all can easily relate to her and her situation. After all, who among us hasn’t found ourselves waiting or even longing for something that is beyond our control to obtain? It doesn’t have to be a child of our own; perhaps it’s a boyfriend or husband, a new job or promotion. Who of us haven’t also had to deal with adversaries that are always trying to antagonize and discourage us, or others who, despite loving us, just don’t understand what we’re going through?

Can you think of a time in your life when God made you wait? Or, perhaps you’re still waiting for deliverance. Whichever, Hannah demonstrates for us how best to handle the situation while we’re waiting.

We’ll be reading Hannah’s story in 1 Samuel 1- 2:10.

Memory Verse: 1 Samuel 2:1-2

“My heart rejoices in the Lord; in the Lord my horn is lifted high. My mouth boasts over my enemies, for I delight in your deliverance. There is no one holy like the Lord; there is no one besides you; there is no Rock like our God.”

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Linking with:  THE BETTER MOM, THE ALABASTER JAR, A MAMA’S STORY, YES THEY ARE ALL OURS, TEACHING WHAT IS GOOD, FAR ABOVE RUBIES, GROWING HOME, HEAVENLY HOMEMAKERS, TEACHING WHAT IS GOOD, THE TIME-WARP WIFE, CORNERSTONE CONFESSIONS 

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3 thoughts on “Hannah ~ A Woman of Faith

  1. Visiting from the Better Mom Link-up. We waited a while for a second child to come along. I spent much time in prayer over it and eventually gave it to God, asking Him to make my heart ready to accept whatever His will was in the matter. He did not ask me to wait much longer, and a few months later I discovered I was pregnant. It was a difficult time, but such a good learning opportunity for me. For this reason, we named our son, Samuel. God is good and He hears us, even when we fear He does not!
    Jen 🙂
    http://www.confidentingrace.wordpress.com

  2. The Lord has asked me to wait many times, though I admit I have seldom done so with the faith or patience I wish I could claim. Thank you for linking this up again last week! You are blessing many!

  3. Ah, Hannah is one of my very favorite women in scripture. Waiting — never an easy thing, but I have found great riches in waiting on Him rather than the folly of rushing ahead on my own. Still a lesson I will CONTINUE to learn (unfortunately). Thanks for linking this up with me.

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