Judges 16-17. Old Testament Bible Studies Prophetess Delisa Lindsey True Love Church of Refuge July 29, 2009. Samson’s Moral Weakness. Judges 16:1-14. Judges 16:1.
Old Testament Bible Studies
Prophetess Delisa Lindsey
True Love Church of Refuge
July 29, 2009
Samson was not in town for a mere visit. He hired the services of a prostitute for an illicit affair and left at midnight. “Do the freaks really come out at night?”
The men laying at the gate, locked it, hoping to catch Samson the next morning.
Samson finished his business and broke the locked gate, unhinged the doors of the gate, the two posts, and the bar and carried them away on his shoulders as the “gatekeepers” slept.
He carried these away to Hebron, (association) on the top of the hill, the center of Judah.
He carried the city’s gate 38 miles, 3,300 feet above sea level.
The city’s gate was his trophy. He kept it to mock the Philistines.Judges 16:3
‘Oh, please Samson, tell me where you get those big, strong arms! How do stay so buff and you don’t work out?”
Our disobedience brings sheer joy to satan and his imps.
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