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30 Day Song Challenge: Day 20

Day 20 – A Favorite Song With A Person’s Name in the Title

Samson by Regina Spektor

Year Released: 2002

To be completely honest, I could not figure out why I love this song. 115 more words


Do Samson's riddles rhyme in Hebrew?

AFAIK, Samson riddled only one riddle:

מֵהָאֹכֵל יָצָא מַאֲכָל וּמֵעַז יָצָא מָתוֹק

which phonetically goes roughly as follows:

meha’okhel yatza ma’akhal, ume’az yatza matoq

meaning (King James translation): “Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness.”

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The Symbolism of Hair

Over the years, I had wondered about the symbolism of hair in Scripture. Recently, the phrase “the will of God” popped up in my mind. This seed got watered when I heard Ian Clayton teach that the Jewish mindset of certain words and phrases were as a function of use, not a literal one. 1,368 more words

Puzzling Passages Made Plain

Heroes and Villains: Delilah

Sunday’s Scripture ~ Judges 16:4-22.

Four-legged children have been members of our family since the very beginning. Andrew moved to Atlanta ahead of me in 2007 because his job was set to start before mine…and I am pretty sure that it was only after 96 hours in the city that he sent me a picture of a little Schnauzer face that was now ours. 663 more words

Song Of The Day: Samson, "Earth Mother"

Samson were one of the premiere bands of the burgeoning New Wave Of British Heavy Metal scene, forming in the late 1970s by guitarist Paul Samson… 112 more words

Song Of The Day

Beth Shemesh

Beth Shemesh is an Israelite site located 12 mi. west of Jerusalem in the Sorek Valley where it exits from the Hill Country of Judah into the Shephelah. 78 more words

Places In Israel