by Aduke Obey | May 15, 2011

In our reference scripture, Peninnah, Hannah’s rival-wife taunted and jeered her because of her bareness which was caused by God in order to glorify His name. For Hannah, it was a totally hopeless situation, considering her many previous fruitless visits to Shiloh. To make matters worse, her adversary, Peninnah, provoked her grievously to aggravate her anguish and sorrow.

Hannah’s barrenness had by now become a source of huge discomfort and social stigma to her. Barrenness can be physical, mental,financial, marital and spiritual. It is the lack of fruitfulness and productivity in one’s life, or in any aspect of one’s life. It can also be frustrating, especially after you have done all you think you can do.

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