Samson By: Isabel Soler

Samson is man from Zorah, of the family of the Danites.
The angel of the LORD said to the woman no you are not able to have children but you will have a son.
Now be careful, drink no wine and do not eat anything unclean. You will have a son. No razor shall touch his head.
The boy will be a Nazirite to God from the womb. From the Tribe of Dan his name was Manoah was Samson's farther.
He will begin to save Israel from the hands of the Philistines.
Samson was so strong that he was able to defeat a lion.
Quote: Out of the eater came something to eat, And out of the strong came something sweet.
The family of the Danites whose name was moanoah, and his wife was Barron and had no children.
Samson went to get his wife and she was given to his best man because the father in law thought he was angry at his wife.
Samson loved a woman in the Valley of Sorek, whose name was Delilah.
The Phliltstine rulers wanted her to trick him to find out were his strength came from.
She was angry because he lied to her about where his strength came from.
He told her from his heart because he loved her and told her the truth where his strength came from. No razor shall touch my head, If I were shaven my strength would leave me.
Samsons hair got cut by the Phliltstines while he was asleep.
He was awakened and his strength has lefted him and did not realized then that the LORD had lefted him too.
The Phliltstines grabbed him and took out his eyes. And took him down to Gaza and bounded him and broze chains and he gounded grain in prison.
The hair on his head began to grow back. Samson asked GOD for strength one more time. And Samson grasped the two middle pillars of the temple and pushed with all his strength and the temple fell upon everyone. And Samson died that day with the Philistines. 
Job and Desciption: To help God's people get out of slavery from the philistines.
Famous for: Samson being the strongest man in the world.
Life Lesson: Don't do what you want to do always follow God's way.
Spiritual Lesson: God has a plan and a purpose for everyone.

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