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Der Richter Samson wurde von Gott auserwählt, die Israeliten von den Philistern zu befreien, einem kriegerischen Volk, welches das Land Kanaan besetzt hält. Doch der Mann, der mit bloßen Händen einen Löwen töten kann, verfällt dem Zauber. Samson und Delilah ist ein US-amerikanischer Monumentalfilm von Cecil B. DeMille aus dem Jahr Es ist eine Verfilmung des biblischen Textes von. Samson und Delilah (Originaltitel Samson and Delilah) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Bibelfilm von Lee Philips aus dem Jahr In den Hauptrollen agieren Max. Regie: Cecil B. DeMille. Jahr: Land: US. Deutschter Titel: SAMSON UND DELILAH. BUCH: Jesse Lasky Jr., Fredric M. Frank, nach einem Treatment von. duffyboats.se - Kaufen Sie Samson and Delilah () () (Blu-Ray) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen.

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One day, as he wandered through the woods, a lion pounced on him. The Philistines were a nation of marauders living in the west of the Holy Land.

They were constantly harassing and pillaging the Jews. For 40 years, 2 the Jews suffered terribly under the heavy Philistine hand until, finally, Samson took a stand.

Samson was too modest to undertake leadership of a Jewish army. He also did not want to provoke the Philistines into further terrorization of his Jewish brethren.

He decided that he would avenge them himself by engaging in personal conflicts, intimidating them and preventing them from harassing the Jews.

He began seeking ways to get into close contact with the Philistines. The first occasion for him to confront the Philistines arrived when, one day, on one of his frequent roaming expeditions, he arrived in Timnah, a Philistine village.

There he saw a Philistine maiden whom he decided to take as a wife. Although his parents attempted to dissuade him, Samson resolved to marry her after she converted.

At the wedding feast, Samson saw an opportunity to put his plan into action. He challenged 30 Philistine guests to answer a riddle he would pose to them.

If they could guess the answer, he would give them a each a suit of clothes, and if they could not, they would give him 30 suits.

The Philistines agreed. Samson presented his riddle, and the Philistines were unable to answer it. Samson scooped out some honey, ate, and went on his way.

As a result, he posed the following riddle: "From the eater came out food, and out of the strong came out sweetness. What is it? The eater refers to a lion, the predator of all predators, and the sweetness refers to honey.

Thus on the seventh day, when the Philistines came to Samson they answered him "What is sweeter than honey and what is stronger than a lion?

Requesting a few days to come up with the answer, the Philistines approached Samson's bride. When the Philistines came to Samson and presented the answer, he understood at once what had transpired.

Leaving the city in anger, Samson went to Ashkelon, another Philistine town, and killed 30 Philistines. Then he stripped them and sent their robes to the men who had won the wager.

Samson returned to Timnah for his wife, but in his absence, she had been given to another man. When he confronted his father-in-law, he offered Samson her younger sister instead.

Samson grew incensed to discover that not even one person had protested the scandalous act. It was the time of the wheat harvest, so Samson rushed into the fields and caught foxes.

He tied them in pairs, and placed burning torches in their tails. Then he let them loose, and they ran in all directions, setting the crops ablaze.

In addition to avenging his own grievance, he did this to teach the Philistines a lesson for their frequent pillaging of the Land of Israel.

The sages of the Talmud teach that Samson was not simply a man of brute strength. The Talmud describes how the Divine Presence would ring before him like a bell, escorting him wherever he went.

He was incredibly modest, and in the 20 years of his rule, he never once took advantage of his position by asking anyone to do anything for him.

Some say the Samson was in fact lame in both legs, and struggled to walk. One night, when he had wandered into Gaza, one of the chief Philistines cities, his enemies surrounded the walls and barred the gates, intending to attack and kill him in the morning.

Samson guessed their evil designs, so he arose at midnight, unhinged the two giant gates, placed them on his shoulders bar and all, and carried them far away.

Another time, after the incident with the foxes, the Philistines tried to mollify Samson's anger by burning the houses of his unfaithful wife and her father.

But when Samson heard what they did, he refused to accept their belated repentance. He attacked the Philistines and killed a great number of them.

The Philistines amassed a great army and camped by the Judean town of Lehi, where Samson was hiding out. They sent a message to the Jews threatening them to either hand Samson over or be killed.

At Samson's own suggestion, they bound him and brought him to the Philistine camp. The joyful Philistines rose to capture him, but at that moment he tore off the cords as though they were burnt flax.

One day, the Philistine lords came to Delilah and offered her great wealth if she were to discover the secret to her husband's strength.

If she would aid them in capturing him, they would reward her handsomely. Delilah agreed. Every day, Delilah would torment her husband, trying to lure his secret from him.

A few times, Samson gave her made up explanations, but Delilah was relentless. Each time, she would cry, "Samson, the Philistines are upon you!

Tearfully, Delilah told him, "How can you say 'I love you,' while your heart is not with me? These three times you have mocked me, and you have not told me wherein is your strength so great.

Finally, Samson told her the secret of his strength. If I will be shaven, then my strength will leave me, and I shall become weak and be like any man.

This time, the treacherous Delilah knew that Samson was telling her the truth. She hastened to summon the Philistine lords to her house.

When Samson was asleep, one of the men cut his locks off, and then Delilah cried: "Samson, the Philistines are upon you!

Samson jumped up, prepared to defend himself. But the Divine strength he had possessed had departed from him, and the men who lay in wait easily overcame him.

The heartless Philistines gouged out his eyes and led him to Gaza in chains. In fact, the New Testament doesn't list Samson's failures, nor his incredible acts of strength.

Hebrews 11 names him in the " Hall of Faith " among those who "through faith conquered kingdoms, administered justice, and gained what was promised We might look at Samson and his infatuation with Delilah, and consider him gullible — stupid even.

But it was his lust for Delilah that blinded him to her lies and her true nature. He wanted so badly to believe she loved him that he repeatedly fell for her deceptive ways.

The name Delilah means "worshipper" or "devotee. Oddly enough, all three of the women Samson gave his heart to were among his gravest enemies, the Philistines.

After Delilah's third attempt at luring out his secret, why didn't Samson catch on? By the fourth enticement, he crumbled.

He gave in. Why didn't Samson learn from his past mistakes? Why did he give in to temptation and give up his treasured gift? Because Samson is just like you and me when we give ourselves over to sin.

In this state, we can easily be deceived because the truth becomes impossible to see. Spiritually speaking, Samson lost sight of his calling from God and gave up his greatest gift , his incredible physical strength, to please the woman who had captured his affections.

In the end, it cost him his physical sight, his freedom, his dignity, and eventually his life. No doubt, as he sat in prison, blind and zapped of strength, Samson felt like a failure.

At the end of his life, blind and humbled, Samson finally realized his utter dependence upon God. He found amazing grace.

He once was blind, but now could see. No matter how far you've fallen away from God, no matter how big you've failed, it's never too late to humble yourself and return to God.

Ultimately, through his sacrificial death, Samson turned his miserable mistakes into victory. Let Samson's example persuade you — it's never too late to return to God's open arms.

As an important biblical character, Samson has been referred to in popular culture and depicted in a vast array of films, artwork, and popular literature.

John Milton 's closet drama Samson Agonistes is an allegory for the downfall of the Puritans and the restoration of the English monarchy [62] in which the blinded and imprisoned Samson represents Milton himself, [62] the "Chosen People" represent the Puritans, [62] and the Philistines represent the English Royalists.

The biblical drama Samson and Delilah , directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr in the titular roles, was widely praised by critics for its cinematography, lead performances, costumes, sets, and innovative special effects.

Samson has been especially honored in Russian artwork [71] because the Russians defeated the Swedes in the Battle of Poltava on the feast day of St.

Sampson , whose name is homophonous with Samson's. Rastrelli's bronze statue of Samson slaying the lion was placed in the center of the great cascade of the fountain at Peterhof Palace in Saint Petersburg.

Samson is the emblem of Lungau , Salzburg [72] and parades in his honor are held annually in ten villages of the Lungau and two villages in the north-west Styria Austria.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Last of the judges of the ancient Israelites mentioned in the Book of Judges. This article is about the biblical figure.

For other uses, see Samson disambiguation. Not to be confused with Sampson , Sanson , or Samsun. Manoah father not named mother.

Eli Samuel. See also: Nazirite. See also: Samson's riddle. What is sweeter than honey? Pushing or pulling? According to the biblical narrative, Samson died when he grasped two pillars of the Temple of Dagon and "bowed himself with all his might" Judges , KJV.

This has been variously interpreted as Samson pushing the pillars apart left or pulling them together right. Main article: Samson in rabbinic literature.

Statue of Samson and the lion in Peterhof , Russia. Samson parade Mauterndorf , Austria. Main article: Cultural references to Samson.

Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible. Vetus Testamentum. New York: Wing Books. Old Testament, — The Jewish Encyclopedia.

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Although Samson was physically strong, he was morally weak. But God used his failures and mistakes to demonstrate his sovereign power.

The story of Samson and Delilah is found in Judges Samson is also mentioned with the heroes of faith in Hebrews Samson was a miracle child, born to a woman who had previously been barren.

His parents were told by an angel that Samson was to be a Nazirite all his life. Nazirites took a vow of holiness to abstain from wine and grapes, to not cut their hair or beard, and to avoid contact with dead bodies.

However, as he grew into manhood, Samson's lusts overpowered him. After a series of foolish mistakes and bad decisions, he fell in love with a woman named Delilah.

His affair with this woman from the Valley of Sorek marked the beginning of his downfall and eventual demise. It didn't take long for the rich and powerful Philistine rulers to learn of the affair and immediately pay a visit to Delilah.

At the time, Samson was judge over Israel and had been taking out great vengeance on the Philistines. Hoping to capture him, the Philistine leaders each offered Delilah a sum of money to collaborate with them in a scheme to uncover the secret of Samson's great strength.

Smitten with Delilah and infatuated with his own extraordinary talents, Samson walked right into the destructive plot. Using her powers of seduction and deception, Delilah persistently wore down Samson with her repeated requests, until he finally divulged the crucial information.

Having taken the Nazirite vow at birth, Samson had been set apart to God. As part of that vow, his hair was never to be cut.

When Samson told Delilah that his strength would leave him if a razor were to be used on his head, she cunningly crafted her plan with the Philistine rulers.

While Samson slept on her lap, Delilah called in a co-conspirator to shave off the seven braids of his hair.

Subdued and weak, Samson was captured. Rather than kill Samson, the Philistines preferred to humiliate him by gouging out his eyes and subjecting him to hard labor in a Gaza prison.

As he slaved at grinding grain, his hair began to grow back, but the careless Philistines paid no attention. And in spite of his horrible failures and sins of great consequence, Samson's heart now turned to the Lord.

When the Philistines came to Samson and presented the answer, he understood at once what had transpired. Leaving the city in anger, Samson went to Ashkelon, another Philistine town, and killed 30 Philistines.

Then he stripped them and sent their robes to the men who had won the wager. Samson returned to Timnah for his wife, but in his absence, she had been given to another man.

When he confronted his father-in-law, he offered Samson her younger sister instead. Samson grew incensed to discover that not even one person had protested the scandalous act.

It was the time of the wheat harvest, so Samson rushed into the fields and caught foxes. He tied them in pairs, and placed burning torches in their tails.

Then he let them loose, and they ran in all directions, setting the crops ablaze. In addition to avenging his own grievance, he did this to teach the Philistines a lesson for their frequent pillaging of the Land of Israel.

The sages of the Talmud teach that Samson was not simply a man of brute strength. The Talmud describes how the Divine Presence would ring before him like a bell, escorting him wherever he went.

He was incredibly modest, and in the 20 years of his rule, he never once took advantage of his position by asking anyone to do anything for him.

Some say the Samson was in fact lame in both legs, and struggled to walk. One night, when he had wandered into Gaza, one of the chief Philistines cities, his enemies surrounded the walls and barred the gates, intending to attack and kill him in the morning.

Samson guessed their evil designs, so he arose at midnight, unhinged the two giant gates, placed them on his shoulders bar and all, and carried them far away.

Another time, after the incident with the foxes, the Philistines tried to mollify Samson's anger by burning the houses of his unfaithful wife and her father.

But when Samson heard what they did, he refused to accept their belated repentance. He attacked the Philistines and killed a great number of them.

The Philistines amassed a great army and camped by the Judean town of Lehi, where Samson was hiding out.

They sent a message to the Jews threatening them to either hand Samson over or be killed. At Samson's own suggestion, they bound him and brought him to the Philistine camp.

The joyful Philistines rose to capture him, but at that moment he tore off the cords as though they were burnt flax. One day, the Philistine lords came to Delilah and offered her great wealth if she were to discover the secret to her husband's strength.

If she would aid them in capturing him, they would reward her handsomely. Delilah agreed. Every day, Delilah would torment her husband, trying to lure his secret from him.

A few times, Samson gave her made up explanations, but Delilah was relentless. Each time, she would cry, "Samson, the Philistines are upon you!

Tearfully, Delilah told him, "How can you say 'I love you,' while your heart is not with me? These three times you have mocked me, and you have not told me wherein is your strength so great.

Finally, Samson told her the secret of his strength. If I will be shaven, then my strength will leave me, and I shall become weak and be like any man.

This time, the treacherous Delilah knew that Samson was telling her the truth. She hastened to summon the Philistine lords to her house. When Samson was asleep, one of the men cut his locks off, and then Delilah cried: "Samson, the Philistines are upon you!

Samson jumped up, prepared to defend himself. But the Divine strength he had possessed had departed from him, and the men who lay in wait easily overcame him.

The heartless Philistines gouged out his eyes and led him to Gaza in chains. The Talmud teaches that Samson was punished in his eyes because he looked at the Philistine women and desired them.

Gathered in the great hall in Gaza, the Philistines made a great feast to celebrate their victory over Samson.

They sang and danced and gave thanks to their gods for delivering him into their hands. Then they sent for the blind Samson to entertain them.

Tormented and cruelly humiliated, he could not bear their rude jests and idol worship. Turning to his guide, he said, "Lead me to the pillars, so that I may lean upon them and rest for a minute.

It matters not if I die with them! Samson stretched out his hands, tearing down the pillars supporting the building. The next instant, the walls and the roof came crashing down, destroying the entire building.

Every single Philistine, together with Samson himself, was killed in the great crash. That day, Samson killed more Philistines than he had throughout his entire life.

Later, his body was brought home, and he was buried on the land he had fought so valiantly to defend.

Samson was the acknowledged judge of the people of Israel for 20 years. Dan will be a serpent by the road, a viper on the path. He lived among the Philistines, and attacked them from behind, crippling them.

Tradition records that Samson ruled for 40 years, although in actuality it was only His teachings continued to inspire and guide the Jews long after he passed away, so much so that he is considered to have actually ruled in those years.

Additionally, the fear he had implanted into the Philistines was so powerful, his intimidation so intense, that for 20 years after his death they were afraid to harm the Jews and left them alone.

See Radak to Judges Maimonides, Mishneh Torah, Forbidden Relationships Radak to Judges Jerusalem Talmud Sotah Encyclopedia Britannica.

Retrieved October 31, Catholic Encyclopedia. Retrieved February 5, Jewish Women's Archive. Retrieved November 1, Women's Bible Commentary third ed.

Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.

Retrieved November 5, A Short History of Women's Rights. Retrieved November 4, Retrieved October 30, Decision Magazine. Feminist Companion to Judges.

Sheffield Academic Press. Cheryl Society of Biblical Literature. Getting Personal: Selected Writings. Basic Books. Oxford University Press.

A History of Modern Culture. In Aichele, George ed. Culture, Entertainment, and the Bible.

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