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She remains as a warning to all men to beware of the charm and wiles of a wicked, scheming woman.As one unknown writer puts it—The women of the Bible pass before the imagaination in the vision of antiquity, like pure and radiant stars, their frailties scarcely more than the wing of a transparent cloud upon these beautiful spheres.
What a contrast they present, and how symbolic they are of characters in the world today! Although able to rend a lion, he could not fight his lusts. This Philistine courtesan was a woman of unholy persistence and devilish deceit, who had personal charm, mental ability, self-command, and nerve, but who used all her qualities for one purpose &--;money.Thou hast mocked me these three times, and hast not told me wherein thy great strength lieth.”Samson was conquered.A weeping woman melted his heart, and he confessed the truth of his Nazarite vow, and how, if shorn of his long hair, his strength would depart and he would become like any other normal man.Thrice deceived, Delilah the enchantress employed her final weapon—tears.Sobbing, she said, “How canst thou say I love thee, when thine heart is not with me?Jesus was sold by Judas for only 30 pieces of silver.
Such a fortune was no small temptation to Delilah, and sharing her tempters' passion for revenge, she set about, in a subtle way, to earn the price of blood.A lad brings the giant in and places him between the pillars of the heathen temple where all eyes could see him. They ask for a riddle and Samson acted one they did not expect.With his arms around the pillars, and deeply penitent for his sins, he prayed, “O Lord, remember me and give me strength only this once.”Then shaking himself as of old, he threw his arms around the pillars, the massive temple tottered and the 3,000 Philistines, including the treacherous Delilah perished.She and womanly honor and love had never met, for behind her beautiful face was a heart as dark as hell, and full of viperous treachery.“Her supreme wickedness lay not in betraying Samson to his enemies but in causing him to break faith with his ideals.” Shakespeare might well have had Delilah in mind when he wrote—O Nature!Scripture References—Judges 16:4-21 (Read Proverbs 5)Name Meaning—Delilah is a sweet-sounding name which any vain woman would covet, for it means “delicate” or “dainty one.” Because of the foul deed of which Delilah was guilty, no other female in Scripture appears with such a tarnished name.