Episodes: Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

Nancy explores the story of Hannah to show us that ultimately true joy is not found in anything or anyone but God and in seeking to bring Him glory, regardless of our circumstances.

  • Days of Decline
    January 8, 2008 Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

    Do you ever look at the blatant sin in our culture and wonder if we live in the worst time ever? Nancy tells about some other sinful moments Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Samuel 1-2
  • No Formulas
    January 9, 2008 Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

    Do you ever wonder what God’s plan is? Why do the faithful suffer while the ungodly prosper? Nancy offers some ideas about this difficult situation. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Samuel 1
  • The Squeeze
    January 10, 2008 Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

    Imagine a friend laughing at you after you tell her about one of your deepest struggles. Nancy tells of a woman from the Old Testament in that position. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Samuel 1
  • Have You Prayed About It?
    January 11, 2008 Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

    It’s hard to wait. Whining kids need to be reminded to pray before a meal. And frankly, adults need to learn to pray too. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Samuel 1
  • Faith and Surrender
    January 14, 2008 Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

    Does the word peaceful describe you? It can, even though things are hectic all around you. Nancy shares the secret to having peace. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Samuel 1
  • Dedication
    January 15, 2008 Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

    If a friend lent you a priceless treasure, you would treat it carefully. Our children are treasures on loan from God. Are you taking good care of them. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Samuel 1
  • God Is in Control
    January 16, 2008 Hannah's Prayer and God's Power

    Moms try to control their kids. And that’s a good thing; it’s a part of training and protecting them. But the truth is that moms can’t control everything. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Samuel 2