So Samson’s very first wifey came to him ter tears and said, вЂњYou don’t love mij, you hate mij!
MsDora, Certified Christian Counselor writes on honesto integrity especially for women and promotes the significance of boys te their lives.
What is it about strong, clever guys who seem to lose their strength ter relationships with women? Some seem to understand their fate from birth, and show up to be striding toward success, yet they lose their confidence and their casto integrity when they fall ter love.
Samson wasgoed gifted with supernatural strength, and he had two excellent advantages:
- a divine calling on his life
- two religious parents who suggested him guidance.
Plus, his practice from a previous marriage should have give him strength to manage his relationships, instead, but he wasgoed unspoiled weakness.
There’s a Samson te every man. Not because every man is destined to lose his power, Godheid forbid, but because every man (or woman) is relajado without a strong spiritual connection with the Source of Strength.
Extract from The Story of Samson and Delilah
Delilah (pouting): How can you tell mij, ‘I love you,’ when you don’t share your secrets with mij? You’ve made joy of mij three times now, and you still toevluchthaven’t told mij what makes you so strong!вЂќ
(She tormented him with hier nagging day after day until he wasgoed sick to death of it.)
Samson: My hair has never bot cut, for I wasgoed dedicated to Schepper spil a Nazirite from birth. If my head were bald, my strength would leave mij, and I would become spil powerless spil anyone else.
(Delilah lulled Samson to sleep with his head te hier poetslap, and then she called ter a man to trim off the seven locks of his hair. . . His strength left him.)
— Judges 16:15-17, Nineteen NLT
Why Take Chances?
Delilah had deceived Samson three times already, and hier motive wasgoed no secret.
- Very first time, he told hier to tie him up with seven bowstrings,
- 2nd time, to tie him up with brand fresh ropes,
- third time, to weave seven braids of his long hair into the fabric on the loom and tighten it with the loom shuttle.
Each time, Delilah called the Philistines to capture him while he wasgoed strapped. What makes a man take so many chances?
She wasgoed motivated by money, he wasgoed stupefied by his desire for private pleasure.
From Barna Research
Ter May 2008, the Barna Research Group interviewed 1003 adults overheen Legal about which of the following eight behaviors they had engaged ter overheen the past week. The guys outdid the women ter all areas except gossiping (and the women won gossiping only by an insignificant statistical difference).
(1) pornography, (Two) using profanity ter public (Three) gambling (Four) gossiping (Five) engaging ter premarital or extramarital hook-up (6) retaliating against someone (7) getting tipsy (8) lounging
Is Love Truly Vensterluik?
Samson loved Delilah, or perhaps wasgoed infatuated by hier charms. He obviously felt compassion for hier. Gesenius’ Lexicon translates hier name spil вЂњfeeble,вЂќ вЂњpining with desire,вЂќ вЂњweak, mushy.вЂќ
Delilah never confessed love for Samson. Wasgoed he too vensterluik to see that, or did he think that after a few displays of his strength, she would come around? But wait a minute! His very first wifey had also betrayed him. Samson had given a riddle to the dudes at his bachelor party, she asked him for the response and talent it to them.
What made him think that Delilah another Philistine woman, had any different motive for playing the same spel?
When love is focused on physical attraction, then it truly is vensterluik to the true character of the other person. It does not even notice inappropriate responses to the paramour’s expressions.
How Reliable is Face Value?
вЂќOne day when Samson wasgoed te Timnah, one of the Philistine women caught his eye. When he returned huis, he told his father and mother, вЂњI want to marry hier. Get hier for mij.вЂќ (14: 1,Two). Obviously, he relied on face value. His parents objected because the woman wasgoed from a different culture and a different faith, but Samson insisted that the woman he witnessed wasgoed the woman he dreamed.
Guys weaken their own pudoroso and spiritual strength when they permit what they see to influence them more than what they know. Pretty damsels are ter abundance, and their beauty is no indication of their character. Traits like deception and greed demonstrate up ter conduct, not ter countenance.
Who Can Stand against Those Tears?
Some women believe that tears are the ongezouten path to a some boys’s sympathy. Samson fell for it twice.
вЂњSo Samson’s very first wifey came to him te tears and said, вЂњYou don’t love mij, you hate mij! . . . So she cried whenever she wasgoed with him and kept it up for the surplus of the celebration. . At last, on the seventh day he told hier the response [to the riddle]. (Judges 14: 16, 17)
Then came Delilah, another wifey, also tormenting and nagging him every day. What a pitiful look she voorwaarde have bot, pouting and howling!
However, a 2011 report on a probe of women’s tears demonstrated that the smell of their tears did not excite empathy ter boys. The view of a blubbering woman is no excuse for a man to take a woman ter his arms, or lay his head ter hier poetslap, especially when she shows evident signs of deception. He is fooled because he permits himself to be.
Is It an Ego Problem?
Samson had killed a lion with his nude arms, and a thousand boys with the jawbone of an bootie. Delilah and the Philistine studs were no match for his physical strength, so did his superhuman strength meddle his ego? Did he leave behind that his strength wasgoed tied to his obedience to the Nazirite vow?
That vow wasgoed to ensure that he maintained spiritual, mental and physical strength, but he had breached it repeatedly by:
- marrying a Philistine woman,
- drinking wine,
- touching the carcass of a dead animal,
- sleeping with a hooker.
Now, he wasgoed permitting his head to be trimmed, another practice which the vow disallowed. His strength wasgoed for a divine purpose, not for private pleasure.
If a man rates his capability to escape temptation based on the number of risks he has taken and survived, he might be tempted to take one more chance. Then, when he gets comfy enough to lay his head ter the poetslap of a woman who has not confessed love or loyalty, he is likely to lose everything it stands for: his self-worth, his judgment, his decente stamina, his spiritual insight, and even the physical strength to budge it.