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8 13 At the urgent and tearful imploring of his bride, Samson told her the solution, and she told it to the thirty groomsmen. Thus Samson died in bonds, and among the Philistines, as an awful rebuke for his sins; but he died repentant. 7 36 In licentiousness, he is compared with Amnon and Zimri, both of whom were punished for their sins. He fell in love with a Philistine woman from Timnah, whom he decided to marry, ignoring the objections of his parents, who were concerned because the Israelites were forbidden to marry Gentiles. Out of the strong came something sweet. And Samson called unto the lord, and said, O Lord GOD, remember me, I pray you, and strengthen me, I pray you, only this once, O God, that I may be avenged of the Philistines for my two eyes. As he slept, Delilah had his hair cut and betrayed him. However, this effort deals primarily with the temptation of Christ as recounted in the, gospel of Luke.
30 In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, some comparative mythologists interpreted Samson as a euhemerized solar deity, arguing that Samson 's name is derived from the Hebrew word eme, meaning "sun 30 1 and that his long hair might represent the sun's rays. 62 The play casts Delilah as an unrepentant, but sympathetic, deceiver 63 and speaks approvingly of the subjugation of women. 30 Both heroes, champions of their respective peoples, die by their own hands: 30 Heracles ends his life on a pyre; whereas Samson makes the Philistine temple collapse upon himself and his enemies. International Standard Version, management Strategy With IT Technology then Samson cried out to the lord, "Lord GOD, please remember. Let me get even with the Philistines for at least one of my two eyes.". Judges 16:27 Judges 16:2830, JPS (1917). In due time, their son Samson was born, and he was raised according to the provisions. 29And Samson reached out for the two central pillars supporting the temple. The literal translation would be, that I may be avenged with a vengeance of one stroke. Strengthen me, O God, just once more, so that with one vengeful blow I may pay back the Philistines for my two eyes. Specifically, Milton reduces his use of simile and deploys a simpler syntax in Paradise Regained than he does in Paradise Lost, and this is consistent with Jesus's sublime plainness in his life and teachings (in the epic, he prefers Hebrew psalms to Greek poetry).