1 Samuel 1:10-28 (Program 1913, Air dates 05.12.2013)
- THE PRINCIPLE OF MAGNIFICIENT PRIORITY (1 Samuel 1:10-11)
- Children are a blessing from God, not a burden.
- Psalm 127:3
- Psalm 128:3-4
- Children do not make rich people poor, they make poor people rich.
- THE PRINCIPLE OF MAGNIFICIENT PRAYER (1 Samuel 1:10)
- Raising godly children happens before they are born.
- God gave many children to women who were barren because they prayed for those children.
- Genesis 21:1-7
- Genesis 30:1, 22-24
- Ruth 4:13-17
- Luke 1:57-63
- Matthew 11:11
- THE PRINCIPLE OF MAGNIFICIENT PURPOSE (1 Samuel 1:11)
- Hannah had the right purpose for Samuel.
- He was to become a Nazarite and be holy to the Lord.
- Numbers 6:5
- Our prayers for our children must have God-honoring purpose.
- Our desire for our children should be that they walk with the Lord.
- 3 John 4
- Psalm 112:2
- James 4:3
- Ephesians 3:14-21
- This passage is a great prayer for our children.
- We are to have godly desires for our children, not goals.
- We should only set goals for ourselves.
- THE PRINCIPLE OF MAGNIFICIENT PERSISTENCE (1 Samuel 1:12-20)
- Hannah continued to pray for Samuel after he was born.
- Isaiah 40:31
- Psalm 37:7
- Psalm 27:14
- Ephesians 6:18
- Because of Hannah’s perseverance, her sorrow was turned to gladness.
- THE PRINCIPLE OF MAGNIFICIENT PERSUASION (1 Samuel 1:21-28)
- Hannah saw the importance of persuading Samuel to the Lord while he was young.
- She treasured every moment with Samuel.
- 1 Timothy 1:5
- Don’t let anyone make you think it is unimportant to raise children.
- There is nothing greater than to raise a child for Jesus Christ.
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