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Poole's 1 Samuel 2 Outline



Hannah’s song, 1-10. Samuel ministers before the Lord, 11. Eli’s sons are wicked, 12-17. Hannah beareth more children, 20, 21. Eli reproves his sons, but mildly, 22-25. God by a proverb foretelleth the destruction of Eli’s house, 27-36.

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
2020. febr. 25.

Jonathan Edwards' Freedom of the Will: 'Many events have been foretold by God, which are dependent on the moral conduct of particular persons, and were accomplished, either by their virtuous or vicious actions. Thus, the children of Israel's going down into Egypt to dwell there, was foretold to Abraham, (Genesis 15) which was brought about by the wickedness of Joseph's brethren in selling him, and the wickedness of Joseph's mistress, and his own signal virtue in resisting her temptation. The accomplishment of the thing prefigured in Joseph's dream, depended on the same moral conduct. Jotham's parable and prophecy, (Judges 9:15-20) was accomplished by the wicked conduct of Abimelech, and the men of Shechem. The prophecies against the house of Eli…

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
2020. febr. 25.

William Guthrie's Christian's Great Interest: 'In the way of his interest. He was set upon any good before, though but apparent and at best but external. "Many say, Who will show us any good?" [Psalm 4:6]; but now his interest and business is, how to "be found in Christ, in that day" [Philippians 3:9]; or how to be obedient to Him, and "walk before Him in the light of the living" [Psalm 56:13]; which He would choose among all the mercies that fill this earth—"The earth, O Lord, is full of Thy mercy, teach me Thy statutes." [Psalm 119:64.] The interest of Christ also becomes the man's interest, as appears in the song of Hannah and of Mary. [1 Samue…

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
2020. febr. 25.


Matthew Henry: 'In this chapter we have, I. Hannah's song of thanksgiving to God for his favour to her in giving her Samuel, verses 1-10. II. Their return to their family, with Eli's blessing, verses 11, 20. The increase of their family, verse 21. Samuel's growth and improvement (verses 11, 18, 21, 26), and the care Hannah took to clothe him, verse 19. III. The great wickedness of Eli's sons, verses 12-17, 22. IV. The over-mild reproof that Eli gave them for it, verses 23-25. V. The justly dreadful message God sent him by a prophet, threatening the ruin of his family for the wickedness of his sons, verses 27-36.'

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