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  • Isaac prayed to Yahweh for his wife, because she could not have children. Yahweh heard Isaac's prayer and Rebekah, his wife, conceived. (Genesis 25, 21)

  • Rachel then said, "God has done me justice! He has heard my prayer and given me a son. That is why she named him Dan. (Genesis 30, 6)

  • I therefore stayed on the mountain for forty days and forty nights as I did the first time. Yahweh again listened to my prayer and gave up his plan to destroy you. (Deuteronomy 10, 10)

  • Do not take me for a bad woman. I was so afflicted that my prayer flowed continuously." (1 Samuel 1, 16)

  • because you, O Yahweh of hosts, God of Israel, have made it known to your servant and have said to him: 'Your family will last forever.' This is why I have dared to address this prayer to you. (2 Samuel 7, 27)

  • Yet, listen to the prayer and supplication of your servant, O Yahweh my God; hearken to the cries and pleas which your servant directs to you this day. (1 Kings 8, 28)

  • Watch over this House of which you have said, 'My name shall rest there.' Hear the prayer of your servant in this place. (1 Kings 8, 29)

  • whatever be the prayer or supplication of anyone showing repentance and raising his hands in the direction of this House, (1 Kings 8, 38)

  • then listen from heaven, your dwelling place, their prayer and supplication and defend their cause. (1 Kings 8, 49)

  • When Solomon finished offering all this prayer and entreaty to Yahweh, he rose from before the altar of Yahweh where he had knelt with hands raised towards heaven and, (1 Kings 8, 54)

  • Let my prayer to Yahweh be with our God day and night. May he defend my cause and the cause of his people Israel in their daily life; (1 Kings 8, 59)

  • Yahweh said to him, "I have heard the prayer and supplication you made before me. I have consecrated this House you have built, that my Name may be there forever. My eyes and my heart will be there forever. (1 Kings 9, 3)

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