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  • Isaac prayed to Yahweh on behalf of his wife, for she was barren. Yahweh heard his prayer, and his wife Rebekah conceived. (Genesis 25, 21)

  • Then Rachel said, 'God has done me justice; yes, he has heard my prayer and given me a son.' Accordingly she named him Dan. (Genesis 30, 6)

  • For I was afraid of this anger, of the fury which so roused Yahweh against you that he was ready to destroy you. And, once again, Yahweh heard my prayer. (Deuteronomy 9, 19)

  • 'And, as before, I stayed on the mountain for forty days and forty nights. And again Yahweh heard my prayer and agreed not to destroy you. (Deuteronomy 10, 10)

  • Yahweh heard Manoah's prayer, and the Angel of Yahweh visited the woman again while she was sitting in a field and when her husband Manoah was not with her. (Judges 13, 9)

  • since you, Yahweh Sabaoth, the God of Israel, have disclosed to your servant, "I am going to build you a dynasty." Hence, your servant has ventured to offer this prayer to you. (2 Samuel 7, 27)

  • Even so, listen favourably to the prayer and entreaty of your servant, Yahweh my God; listen to the cry and to the prayer which your servant makes to you today: (1 Kings 8, 28)

  • day and night may your eyes watch over this temple, over this place of which you have said, "My name will be there." Listen to the prayer which your servant offers in this place. (1 Kings 8, 29)

  • whatever be the prayer or entreaty of any individual aware of a particular affliction: when that person stretches out the hands towards this Temple, (1 Kings 8, 38)

  • then listen from heaven to their prayer and their entreaty, and uphold their cause. (1 Kings 8, 45)

  • listen to their prayer and their entreaty from the place where you reside in heaven, uphold their case, (1 Kings 8, 49)

  • When Solomon had finished offering to Yahweh this whole prayer and entreaty, he rose from where he was kneeling with hands stretched out towards heaven before the altar of Yahweh, (1 Kings 8, 54)


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