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  • We will use these stones to build a memorial. In the future, your children will ask, `What do these stones mean to you?' - Joshua 4:6


  • Then Joshua said to the Israelites, "In the future, your children will ask, `What do these stones mean?' - Joshua 4:21


  • Every command Moses had ever given was read to the entire assembly, including the women and children and the foreigners who lived among the Israelites. - Joshua 8:35


  • To Isaac I gave Jacob and Esau. To Esau I gave the hill country of Seir, while Jacob and his children went down into Egypt. - Joshua 24:4


  • "You may go," Jephthah said. And he let her go away for two months. She and her friends went into the hills and wept because she would never have children. - Judges 11:38


  • In those days, a man named Manoah from the tribe of Dan lived in the town of Zorah. His wife was unable to become pregnant, and they had no children. - Judges 13:2


  • The angel of the LORD appeared to Manoah's wife and said, "Even though you have been unable to have children, you will soon become pregnant and give birth to a son. - Judges 13:3


  • They started on their way again, placing their children, livestock, and possessions in front of them. - Judges 18:21


  • Then Boaz told him, "Of course, your purchase of the land from Naomi also requires that you marry Ruth, the Moabite widow. That way, she can have children who will carry on her husband's name and keep the land in the family." - Ruth 4:5


  • Elkanah had two wives, Hannah and Peninnah. Peninnah had children, while Hannah did not. - 1 Samuel 1:2


  • On the day Elkanah presented his sacrifice, he would give portions of the sacrifice to Peninnah and each of her children. - 1 Samuel 1:4


  • But he gave Hannah a special portion* because he loved her very much, even though the LORD had given her no children.2 - 1 Samuel 1:5


  • "What's the matter, Hannah?" Elkanah would ask. "Why aren't you eating? Why be so sad just because you have no children? You have me--isn't that better than having ten sons?" - 1 Samuel 1:8


  • The next year Elkanah, Peninnah, and their children went on their annual trip to offer a sacrifice to the LORD. - 1 Samuel 1:21


  • Those who were well fed are now starving; and those who were starving are now full. The barren woman now has seven children; but the woman with many children will have no more. - 1 Samuel 2:5


  • Before they returned home, Eli would bless Elkanah and his wife and say, "May the LORD give you other children to take the place of this one she gave to the LORD.*"2 - 1 Samuel 2:20


  • Those who are left alive will live in sadness and grief, and their children will die a violent death.*3 - 1 Samuel 2:33
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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