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  • Eli was now very old. He heard how his sons dealt with the Israelites and how they slept with the women who served at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. (1 Samuel 2, 22)

  • The boy Samuel ministered to Yahweh under Eli's care in a time in which the word of Yahweh was rarely heard; visions were not seen. (1 Samuel 3, 1)

  • The Philistines heard the shouting and asked, "What does this loud shout in the camp of the Hebrews mean?" And they were told that the ark of Yahweh had been brought to the camp. (1 Samuel 4, 6)

  • When this man arrived, Eli was on his seat by the road, watching, for his heart trembled for what might happen to the ark of God. When the people heard the news the man brought, all the city cried out. (1 Samuel 4, 13)

  • Eli heard their outcry and asked, "What is all this noise?" The man came to Eli at once and told him what happened. (1 Samuel 4, 14)

  • Eli's daughter-in-law, wife of Phinehas, was pregnant and was about to give birth. When she heard that the ark of God was taken and that both her father-in-law and her husband were dead, she gave birth prematurely. (1 Samuel 4, 19)

  • When the Philistines heard that the people of Israel had gathered at Mizpah, the chiefs of the Philistine cities went up to Israel's land. The Israelites became afraid when they learned this (1 Samuel 7, 7)

  • Jonathan killed the Philistine governor in Geba and the Philistines heard of this. Saul then blew the trumpet throughout the land, saying, "Let the Hebrews hear!" (1 Samuel 13, 3)

  • When the Israelites who were hiding in the hill country of Ephraim heard that the Philistines were fleeing, they came out from hiding and pursued them. (1 Samuel 14, 22)

  • But Jonathan, who had not heard of this oath, dipped the tip of the rod he was holding in the honeycomb and put it to his lips. And he felt fortified. (1 Samuel 14, 27)

  • When they heard this challenge of the Philistine, Saul and his men were afraid and greatly terrified. (1 Samuel 17, 11)

  • Saul heard that David and his men had been seen. Saul was in Gibeah at the time, sitting under the tamarisk tree on the high place, his spear in hand, while his servants were standing by. (1 Samuel 22, 6)

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