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There's a Stranger in my House - 1 Samuel 1:1-6, 9-11, 20 - Alfondia Reese, III

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How can you judge me for this and it’s not my fault that I’m dealing with this?

  • You’re talking about me and I’m not the cause of this problem
  • You’re spreading rumors and I’m not the cause of this problem
  • You’re whispering about me and I’m not the cause of this problem
  • You’re scandalizing my name and I’m not the cause of this problem
  • You’re talking about it but you don’t know the root of it

 

I have nothing to do with this. This is a God problem. Here’s what you don’t know about a God problem; if He’s responsible for it, He’ll get me through it.

  • Judge me if you will
  • Talk about me if you need to

 

Know this, where I am and how I am is not my lot in life. What I need you to understand is my life won’t be like this always. The Bible says that weeping will only last a night because in the morning there will be joy. God’s going to turn my mourning into dancing. ***

 

Elknanah moved Peninnah into the house with his wife without properly introducing Peninnah to Hannah. He let Peninnah make up her own mind about Hannah. Although they lived in the same house and were married to the same man, Peninnah was a stranger to Hannah. Why?

Peninah didn’t know whom Hannah really was. Let’s take a moment and uncover the details about Hannah that Peninnah missed. While we’re discovering who Hannah is I want you to write these things down so that you can let everyone of your enemies know who you are.



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