The Hebrew word used here to define grace is indeed hen. In Psalmthe Psalmist says. And in the Bible, it is often paired with another great word, mercywhich of course, has a different Hebrew equivalent.
And in what way is each one of them unique? The aforementioned word hanan is where the popular Hebrew name Hannah came from. Hannah was the mother of the prophet Samuel. Hard pressed and bitterly provoked every day, Hannah cried out to God in her despair.
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She prayed for a miracle and the Lord answered. The miracle is personified in the birth of her son, Samuel, and following children.
We see her relief and rejoicing recorded in 1 Samuel 2. Notice her vindication, the Lord hearing her prayer, after He took note of her suffering, and showed her grace and favor in her time of need:.
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In hoow case of Hannah, grace not only entailed being favored, but it came as a relief from distress. It was a vindication in the eyes of her mockers.
Thus, the story of Hannah iin that hen, the Hebrew word for grace, is not only mercy and favor. But it brings healing, vindication, and strength.]