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  • And she bore a son, and called his name Samson. And the child grew, and the Lord blessed him. (Judges 13, 24)

  • Then Samson went down to Thamnatlia, and seeing there a woman of the daughters of the Philistines, (Judges 14, 1)

  • And his father and mother said to him: Is there no woman among the daughters of thy brethren, or among all my people, that thou wilt take a wife of the Philistines, who are uncircumcised? And Samson said to his father: Take this woman for me, for she hath pleased my eyes. (Judges 14, 3)

  • Then Samson went down with his father and mother to Thamnatha. And when they were come to the vineyards of the town, behold a young lion met him raging and roaring. (Judges 14, 5)

  • And the spirit of the Lord came upon Samson, and he tore the lion as he would have torn a kid in pieces, having nothing at all in his hand: and he would not tell this to his father and mother. (Judges 14, 6)

  • So his father went down to the woman, and made a feast for his son Samson: for so the young men used to do. (Judges 14, 10)

  • And Samson said to them: I will propose to you a riddle, which if you declare unto me within the seven days of the feast, I will give you thirty shirts, and as many coats: (Judges 14, 12)

  • And when the seventh day came, they said to the wife of Samson: Soothe thy husband, and persuade him to tell thee what the riddle meaneth. But if thou wilt not do it, we will burn thee, and thy father's house. Have you called us to the wedding on purpose to strip us? (Judges 14, 15)

  • So she wept before Samson and complained, saying: Thou hatest me, and dost not love me: therefore thou wilt not expound to me the riddle which thou hast proposed to the sons of my people. But he answered: I would not tell it to my father and mother, and how can I tell it to thee? (Judges 14, 16)

  • And a while after, when the days of the wheat harvest were at hand, Samson came, meaning to visit his wife, and he brought her a kid of the flock. And when he would have gone into her chamber as usual, her father would not suffer him, saying: (Judges 15, 1)

  • And Samson answered him: From this day I shall be blameless in what I do against the Philistines: for I will do you evils. (Judges 15, 3)

  • Then the Philistines said: Who hath done this thing? And it was answered: Samson the son in law of the Thamnathite, because he took away his wife, and gave her to another, hath done these things. And the Philistines went up and burnt both the woman and her father. (Judges 15, 6)


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