Samuel the Prophet

The following is a portion of my journal where I was shown parts of Samuel’s life. The Lord would speak with me and the vision would open as if I was there. It felt as if I was, so I’m not sure. Pray for your own confirmation.


I asked about Samuel, the son of Hannah who was a great prophet to the Israelites. I saw Hannah married to Elkanah the Priest. They were happy, but it became apparent she could not bear children. Her younger sister was given to Elkanah to bear children. Hannah was without child for many years until her prayers were answered by the Lord. I saw a woman in her mid-thirties, lighter hair, praying to God for a miracle. Her miracle was the conception of Samuel. I saw her taking the little child to the temple north of Jerusalem. He was a ginger haired little boy, very cute and mild mannered. The temple was not very extravagant. It had a wall of fabric around it, with a large stone structure. It seemed simpler compared to the Temple of Solomon.

I saw Samuel older, about eight years of age, asleep on a couch in a lounge area near where they lived. Here he was awakened by the Lord and thinking it was Eli (pronounced Eele’) he three times went to him to ask what was wanted. Upon returning to his couch he was given the revelation from the Lord the exact words to tell Eli. It was an announcement that the Lord would remove his family as the custodians of the sacred temple and that they had brought a cursing upon them. Eli was sad, but more depressed than astonished.

I saw a great battle between the Israelites and Philistines. I noticed the Israelites wore light clothing with armor that would drench red in blood during battle. The Philistines wore darker cloth with darker brass armor.

I saw Eli hear of his two-son’s death and the taking of the Ark of the Covenant. He put his head up and began to pray with great cries of anguish as he stepped backward, fell, hitting his head on a stone, and died.

I saw Samuel as an older man, the prophet, and ruler or judge over the people. He was a low key, often quiet person. His hair looked very soft and light. He had a gentle personality, soft spoken. The people desired a king that would give them great prestige among the nations. The Lord instructed Samuel to give them Saul. Saul was what the people wanted. He looked the part, tall, dark, and kingly; but he also was weak in faith and warlike. When Saul failed to follow a commandment of the Lord to kill every person among the Amalekites he was cursed and told that another would be chosen. I asked the Lord why? I saw that the Amalekites and those that were the inhabitants of the city of Jericho were among the giant race of Nephilim. These were an abomination to the Lord. The seed of a mixture of Adamites and seed of men that bread giants, inhabited by evil spirits. Their works were profane and violent. The Lord required that all living amongst them be destroyed. Because Saul failed to follow the Lord’s command, He rescinded his blessing.

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6 Responses to Samuel the Prophet

  1. Do you know why all their animals had to be destroy as well?


  2. I didn’t ask that. I presume it was related to their abominations.

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  3. pjmoblog says:

    Thank you very much for this. This confirms what I felt as I pondered about it. What a contrast between the sons of Eli and Shmu’el the prophet!
    It is intriguing how many cultures mention evil giants in their tales and myths. Cyclops (Greece), Jötnar (Scandinavia), Yenti (Himalayas), Sasquatch (North America), Jentil (Basque Country), Oni (Japan), Ogres, Trolls, etc., even among Ancient Americans. Look at this legend from the Manta people of Peru, about giants that once lived among them: “There arrived on the coast, in boats made of reeds, as big as large ships, a party of men of such size that, from the knee downwards, their height was as great as the entire height of an ordinary man, though he might be of good stature.
    Their limbs were all in proportion to the deformed size of their bodies, and it was a monstrous thing to see their heads, with hair reaching to the shoulders. Their eyes were as large as small plates.”
    The natives believe that heaven wiped them out due to their sexual habits, which the natives found revolting.”
    This matches exactly with what you describe from your visions!
    Of course the Judaeo-Christian bible (Torah), our most credible source, is not silent about them either, mentioning what seems to be giant canibals:
    “The land, through which we have gone to search it, is a land that eateth up the inhabitants thereof; and all the people that we saw in it are men of a great stature.
    And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.” Numbers 13:32,33

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  4. Karla Mennig says:

    Did Goliath come from this race? From the Amalekites?
    I wonder why Saul kept Agag alive…it’s interesting how Samuel accepts to go with Saul to worship God, after he had said no twice, but he goes, and after it Samuel kills Agag, and it says he never sees Saul until his death. What a tragedy is the story of Saul, and how Samuel loved him and mourned him.

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  5. Many in the land of Canaan were from the race of Nephilim, or a mixture. I don’t know what tribe Goliath came from. There were even Nephilim in the early Egypt before they were run out.

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  6. Star Scream says:

    Have you met Samuel? [No. PR]


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