“Lord, Eternal One, remember me” (Judges 16:28, The Voice).
I was reading a very familiar passage about Samson and Delilah when I saw something I had never seen before. 447 more words
“And Delilah said to Samson, Tell me, I pray thee, wherein thy great strength lieth, and wherewith thou mightest be bound to afflict thee.” (Jdg. 16.6) 619 more words
One of the main characteristics of Samson’s life is his inconsistency in his commitment to God. His strength was a gift from the Lord. But he was very casual about the way that he used it. 1,371 more words
To say that Samson was emotionally unstable would be an understatement. He could go from happy to violently angry in seconds and when he was angry watch out. 1,002 more words
Self-control is basically the ability to choose to do what you should despite the desire to do the opposite. A person who lacks self-control gives in to their desires all the time without any regard to being disciplined about it. 1,050 more words
Chosen. Betrayed. Redeemed.
New York Times Bestselling Author Eric Wilson Shines A Light On The Epic Biblical Story Of Samson In His New Novel Available January 9, 2018, Based On The Pure Flix Major Motion Picture… 581 more words