Unique Framed Chana Prayer (Tefilat Chana)

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Unique Framed Chana Prayer (Tefilat Chana)

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Written by J.K.G – Jerusalem Kabalistic Group.

This rare item can be hanged in your office or home or your bedroom.

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free shipping via EMS door to door

Written by J.K.G – Jerusalem Kabalistic Group.

This rare item can be hanged in your office or home or your bedroom.

Chana is most well known for being the mother of Samuel the prophet. But she was also a prophetess in her own right: one of seven women to whom G‑d gave the power of prophecy. Chana gave the world the concept of silent, personal prayer, and many fundamental laws about prayer are learned from her.

Elkanah had two wives, Chana and Peninah. Chana was childless, and she suffered many humiliations at the hands of the more fortunate Peninah, who did have children. The family lived in Israel, and would visit the Tabernacle in Shiloh once a year.

On one of the annual pilgrimages, Chana stood in the Sanctuary and poured out her heart. She prayed that G‑d bless her with a son, and vowed that she would dedicate his whole life to G‑d. Silently she prayed, swaying slightly. Eli, the high priest, saw her and thought she was drunk. He rebuked her for entering the Sanctuary in a state of drunkenness.

But Chana answered him with dignity, telling him that she was not drunk, only sad and pouring out her heart to G‑d. Eli realized the deep piety and grief which had moved this woman, and blessed her that G‑d should hear her prayers. In due time she had a son, who became Samuel the prophet.

Chana was the first person to pray quietly to G‑d. This is why Eli the high priest thought she was drunk, because her lips were moving but no sound was coming out. Chana’s intense desire to have a child moved her to beseech G‑d like no one had ever done before. As a Jewish woman, you also have that same power. You, too, can pray to G‑d and ask Him whatever it is that you need. Like Chana before you, G‑d will hear your prayers and help you out.

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