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  • And the women of the town said to Naomi, "Praise the LORD who has given you a family redeemer today! May he be famous in Israel. - Ruth 4:14

  • "In that case," Eli said, "cheer up! May the God of Israel grant the request you have asked of him." - 1 Samuel 1:17

  • Now Eli was very old, but he was aware of what his sons were doing to the people of Israel. He knew, for instance, that his sons were seducing the young women who assisted at the entrance of the Tabernacle.*3 - 1 Samuel 2:22

  • One day a prophet came to Eli and gave him this message from the LORD: "Didn't I reveal myself to your ancestors when the people of Israel were slaves in Egypt? - 1 Samuel 2:27

  • "Therefore, the LORD, the God of Israel, says: The terrible things you are doing cannot continue! I had promised that your branch of the tribe of Levi* would always be my priests. But I will honor only those who honor me, and I will despise those who despise me.2 - 1 Samuel 2:30

  • You will watch with envy as I pour out prosperity on the people of Israel. But no members of your family will ever live out their days. - 1 Samuel 2:32

  • Then the LORD said to Samuel, "I am about to do a shocking thing in Israel. - 1 Samuel 3:11

  • All the people of Israel from one end of the land to the other knew that Samuel was confirmed as a prophet of the LORD. - 1 Samuel 3:20

  • And Samuel's words went out to all the people of Israel. At that time Israel was at war with the Philistines. The Israelite army was camped near Ebenezer, and the Philistines were at Aphek. - 1 Samuel 4:1

  • The Philistines attacked and defeated the army of Israel, killing four thousand men. - 1 Samuel 4:2

  • After the battle was over, the army of Israel retreated to their camp, and their leaders asked, "Why did the LORD allow us to be defeated by the Philistines?" Then they said, "Let's bring the Ark of the Covenant of the LORD from Shiloh. If we carry it into battle with us, it* will save us from our enemies."1 - 1 Samuel 4:3

  • Who can save us from these mighty gods of Israel? They are the same gods who destroyed the Egyptians with plagues when Israel was in the wilderness. - 1 Samuel 4:8

  • So the Philistines fought desperately, and Israel was defeated again. The slaughter was great; thirty thousand Israelite men died that day. The survivors turned and fled to their tents. - 1 Samuel 4:10

  • "Israel has been defeated," the messenger replied. "Thousands of Israelite troops are dead on the battlefield. Your two sons, Hophni and Phinehas, were killed, too. And the Ark of God has been captured." - 1 Samuel 4:17

  • When the messenger mentioned what had happened to the Ark, Eli fell backward from his seat beside the gate. He broke his neck and died, for he was old and very fat. He had led Israel for forty years. - 1 Samuel 4:18

  • Then she said, "The glory has departed from Israel, for the Ark of God has been captured." - 1 Samuel 4:22

  • When the people realized what was happening, they cried out, "We can't keep the Ark of the God of Israel here any longer! He is against us! We will all be destroyed along with our god Dagon." - 1 Samuel 5:7
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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