Prior to the prophet Shmuel becoming the judge of the Children of Israel, the nation was in dire straits- violating God’s will by engaging in immorality and idolatry. As the Bible transitions to the book of Samuel, we learn that even the tabernacle at Shiloh is not free of transgressions. The sons of the High Priest are sinning and discouraging the people from making pilgrimages to this holy place. It is against this backdrop that Shmuel is born to Elkana and Chana. While still barren, Chana vows at Shiloh that her son will be totally sanctified to God. The miraculous child lived up to the vow and eventually becomes Israel’s primary leader.
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