I Samuel Reflection

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2”One night Eli, whose eyes were becoming so weak that he could barely see, was lying down in his usual place. 3The lamp of God had not yet gone out, and Samuel was lying down in the house of the LORD, where the ark of God was. 4 Then the LORD called Samuel.
Samuel answered, ‘Here I am.’ 5 And he ran to Eli and said, ‘Here I am; you called me.’” I Samuel 3:2-5 NIV
When God calls it is usually when he is ready to use you for an assignment that will heal, deliver and set the captive free. Just as God called Samuel, God called me to assignments that little did I know, allowed me to reach the masses. In 2004, when I answered “Yes” Lord here I am speak for your servant is listening God began to take me under his arms and train me. I did not know
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He did not want any human to receive or obtain credit for the work he had begun in me. I prayed and asked the Lord to use me in a way where he would get all of the glory. I also asked him if prophecy was to flow out of my mouth to all, let me always to be accurate, search and speak the deep places of the individuals and bring healing and deliverance immediately. As we know some prophecies can take years to manifest but I asked God not to allow time to be a factor allow the person to see immediately changed as a result of the prophetic …show more content…
Samuel!
In a time when people rarely hear from God, a boy asleep in the tabernacle hears a voice calling him in the middle of the night. Young Samuel assumes that the high priest is calling him, but soon learns that the voice is from someone even greater.
“Samuel! Samuel!”
After this night, Samuel becomes the mouthpiece of God to a nation, a judge and a priest and anointer of kings (1 Samuel 3:1-10).
Martha, Martha
Jesus visits his friends Martha and Mary, and the sisters have opposite responses. Mary sits at Jesus’ feet, listening to his teaching.
Martha, on the other hand, focuses on the tasks at hand (probably preparing food and lodging for the travelers). She’s annoyed that Mary has left all the prep work on her, so she asks Jesus to have Mary help her.
“Martha, Martha.”
Jesus tells Martha that she is worried about so many things—and that Mary has taken advantage of the opportunity to learn from him (Luke 10:38-42).
Simon, Simon
Jesus has had his last supper with the 12 apostles, and the hour of his betrayal is drawing near. But the apostles begin bickering about which one of them is the greatest. Jesus tells them that they will judge the twelve tribes of Israel in the kingdom to come, but they will also pass through trials with

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