Hannah’s 237 Movement
1Samuel 1:9~11│ She was deeply distressed and prayed to the Lord and wept bitterly.(10)
People, based on their own experiences, become aware of situations and understand others. Previous experiences and prior knowledge may be useful; however, if their plans and assertions are ahead of God's will and plans, it will be difficult to communicate with God. How can you pray to connect with God?
Prayer is asking questions regarding God's absolute plan and
His time schedule to fulfill it. Through Sunday worship and daily meditation time, you must continue to seek what God needs. There was a time when Hannah grumbled and moaned why others had sons and she didn’t. Hannah's prayers completely
changed after learning that there were many sons belonging to this house and that family, but there weren’t any Nazarites who knew about God’s power to save the nation.
For Hannah, who sought after God’s need for the age and
His absolute plan, God gave her Samuel. From early childhood, Samuel was separated from his mother and lived in the temple where he lied down next to the Ark of the Covenant and heard God’s voice. From a humanistic point of view, it wasn’t easy. In fact, it seemed like an unreasonable decision that went beyond common sense, but God saved the nation and the age through Hannah and Samuel.
For you who know God’s absolute plan, keep in mind that you’ve been called as the “Hannah and Samuel” of this age. God is still looking for people of prayer who will become strong pillars of churches and devoted supporters of pastors.