Many of us we have heard the story of Samson and how special Samson’s hair was. Today we are going to learn about Samson, an Israelite warrior and divinely inspired leader, who is famously known in the Bible for his extraordinary strength due to his uncut hair. But we are also going to discuss about the spirit of Delilah. We are going to learn of this spirit that was revealed from the character of this woman Delilah, as we continue to learn of Samson and his God-given assignment.
The story of Samson is in the book of Judges. And in Chapter 13, it starts talking about his birth, in Chapter 14 it talks about his marriage, Chapter 15 about his vengeance on the Philistines, and Chapter 16 about his victory, destruction, and betrayal from Delilah.
Before we continue, I would like to put a disclaimer. We are here to learn; we are not pointing out to anybody specifically as having the spirit of Delilah, or pointing anyone as being betrayed like Samson. Don’t put me in each of this category either, myself also, I’m here to learn. Our goal is to establish right foundations in our lives. When we are being given a second chance, or third, or fourth, I’m sure GOD expects us to learn from our mistakes, and use the opportunity to make things right. I’m sure we have all messed up one way or another in this life because we didn’t know better. Some of us maybe reading this today and discover we may have this spirit of Delilah, or we may have to watch out so that we won’t be betrayed like Samson.
As usual we are going to go through Scripture. The Bible has stories of real life examples to learn from of what some of us maybe going through in our todays in this current era.
In the book of Judges Chapter 13, the Bible records that “Again the Israelites did evil in the eyes of the Lord, so the Lord delivered them into the hands of the Philistines for forty years. A certain man of Zorah, named Manoah, from the clan of the Danites, had a wife who was childless, unable to give birth. The angel of the Lord appeared to her and said, “You are barren and childless, but you are going to become pregnant and give birth to a son. Now see to it that you drink no wine or other fermented drink and that you do not eat anything unclean. You will become pregnant and have a son whose head is never to be touched by a razor because the boy is to be a Nazirite, dedicated to God from the womb. He will take the lead in delivering Israel from the hands of the Philistines.” Then the woman went to her husband and told him, “A man of God came to me. He looked like an angel of God, very awesome. I didn’t ask him where he came from, and he didn’t tell me his name. But he said to me, ‘You will become pregnant and have a son. Now then, drink no wine or other fermented drink and do not eat anything unclean, because the boy will be a Nazirite of God from the womb until the day of his death.’” Then Manoah prayed to the Lord: “Pardon your servant, Lord. I beg You to let the man of God You sent to us come again to teach us how to bring up the boy who is to be born.” God heard Manoah, and the angel of God came again to the woman while she was out in the field; but her husband Manoah was not with her. The woman hurried to tell her husband, “He’s here! The man who appeared to me the other day!” Manoah got up and followed his wife. When he came to the man, he said, “Are you the man who talked to my wife?” “I am,” he said. So Manoah asked him, “When your words are fulfilled, what is to be the rule that governs the boy’s life and work?” The angel of the Lord answered, “Your wife must do all that I have told her. She must not eat anything that comes from the grapevine, nor drink any wine or other fermented drink nor eat anything unclean. She must do everything I have commanded her.” Manoah said to the angel of the Lord, “We would like you to stay until we prepare a young goat for you.” The angel of the Lord replied, “Even though you detain me, I will not eat any of your food. But if you prepare a burnt offering, offer it to the Lord.” (Manoah did not realize that it was the angel of the Lord.) Then Manoah inquired of the angel of the Lord, “What is your name, so that we may honor you when your word comes true?” He replied, “Why do you ask my name? It is beyond understanding.” Then Manoah took a young goat, together with the grain offering, and sacrificed it on a rock to the Lord. And the Lord did an amazing thing while Manoah and his wife watched: As the flame blazed up from the altar toward heaven, the angel of the Lord ascended in the flame. Seeing this, Manoah and his wife fell with their faces to the ground. When the angel of the Lord did not show himself again to Manoah and his wife, Manoah realized that it was the angel of the Lord. “We are doomed to die!” he said to his wife. “We have seen God!” But his wife answered, “If the Lord had meant to kill us, He would not have accepted a burnt offering and grain offering from our hands, nor shown us all these things or now told us this.” The woman gave birth to a boy and named him Samson. He grew and the Lord blessed him, and the Spirit of the Lord began to stir him while he was in Mahaneh Dan, between Zorah and Eshtaol.”
We learn from the Bible that the angel of The LORD visited Samson’s parents before his conception, and told them they were going to have Samson, who was going to be a lifelong (from the womb to his death) Nazirite, dedicated to the special service of GOD, because He was to take the lead in delivering Israel from the hands of the Philistines.
In the beginning of the Chapter it says that “Again the Israelites did evil in the eyes of the Lord, so the Lord delivered them into the hands of the Philistines for forty years.” So as you can see Samson was prepared to come and delivered the Israelites from the hands of the Philistines later in his life because as the Scripture says Israelites were supposed to be kept captive in the hands of the Israelites for forty years. Between time of his birth until he grew up and the appointed time of Israelites deliverance, Samson was to be prepared because he was going to take the lead in delivering Israelites from the hands of Philistines.
So we learn from Chapter 13 that Samson was anointed from his mom’s womb for a special God-given assignment to deliver his people from their enemies. Now, let’s continue reading Chapter 14 where we start seeing the anointing of the HOLY SPIRIT, the SPIRIT OF THE LORD, is being revealed in Samson through his extraordinary strength and how the LORD used Samson’s failure in his love relationships to work against the Philistines so that the promise could be fulfilled.
In the book of chapter 14, the Scripture says “One day when Samson was in Timnah, one of the Philistine women caught his eye. When he returned home, he told his father and mother, “A young Philistine woman in Timnah caught my eye. I want to marry her. Get her for me.” His father and mother objected. “Isn’t there even one woman in our tribe or among all the Israelites you could marry?” they asked. “Why must you go to the pagan Philistines to find a wife?” But Samson told his father, “Get her for me! She looks good to me.” His father and mother didn’t realize the Lord was at work in this, creating an opportunity to work against the Philistines, who ruled over Israel at that time. As Samson and his parents were going down to Timnah, a young lion suddenly attacked Samson near the vineyards of Timnah. At that moment the Spirit of the Lord came powerfully upon him, and he ripped the lion’s jaws apart with his bare hands. He did it as easily as if it were a young goat. But he didn’t tell his father or mother about it. When Samson arrived in Timnah, he talked with the woman and was very pleased with her. Later, when he returned to Timnah for the wedding, he turned off the path to look at the carcass of the lion. And he found that a swarm of bees had made some honey in the carcass. He scooped some of the honey into his hands and ate it along the way. He also gave some to his father and mother, and they ate it. But he didn’t tell them he had taken the honey from the carcass of the lion. As his father was making final arrangements for the marriage, Samson threw a party at Timnah, as was the custom for elite young men. When the bride’s parents saw him, they selected thirty young men from the town to be his companions. Samson said to them, “Let me tell you a riddle. If you solve my riddle during these seven days of the celebration, I will give you thirty fine linen robes and thirty sets of festive clothing. But if you can’t solve it, then you must give me thirty fine linen robes and thirty sets of festive clothing.” “All right,” they agreed, “let’s hear your riddle.” So he said: “Out of the one who eats came something to eat; out of the strong came something sweet.” Three days later they were still trying to figure it out. On the fourth day they said to Samson’s wife, “Entice your husband to explain the riddle for us, or we will burn down your father’s house with you in it. Did you invite us to this party just to make us poor?” So Samson’s wife came to him in tears and said, “You don’t love me; you hate me! You have given my people a riddle, but you haven’t told me the answer.” “I haven’t even given the answer to my father or mother,” he replied. “Why should I tell you?” So she cried whenever she was with him and kept it up for the rest of the celebration. At last, on the seventh day he told her the answer because she was tormenting him with her nagging. Then she explained the riddle to the young men. So before sunset of the seventh day, the men of the town came to Samson with their answer: “What is sweeter than honey? What is stronger than a lion?” Samson replied, “If you hadn’t plowed with my heifer, you wouldn’t have solved my riddle!” Then the Spirit of the Lord came powerfully upon him. He went down to the town of Ashkelon, killed thirty men, took their belongings, and gave their clothing to the men who had solved his riddle. But Samson was furious about what had happened, and he went back home to live with his father and mother. So his wife was given in marriage to the man who had been Samson’s best man at the wedding.”
So the time came and Samson fell in love with a woman from the neighboring town of Timnah, who was also a Philistine. And he wanted to marry her. Basically Samson wanted to marry her enemy. She was a Philistine, an Israel’s enemy at the time, which also was considered to be GOD’s enemy because Philistines they had their own foreign gods such as Dagon that they were worshiping and believing in.
So the Bible says “His father and mother objected. “Isn’t there even one woman in our tribe or among all the Israelites you could marry?” they asked. “Why must you go to the pagan Philistines to find a wife?” But Samson told his father, “Get her for me! She looks good to me.” His father and mother didn’t realize the Lord was at work in this, creating an opportunity to work against the Philistines, who ruled over Israel at that time.”
Therefore, we see here Samson marriage was attached to purpose. It looks like GOD orchestrated it, made Samson to see this woman and attracted to her for a reason. Their marriage was a beginning of what Samson was called to accomplish. In his first portion of assignment, he was able to destroy some of the Philistines in a private war.
The passage says “Samson was furious about what had happened, and he went back home to live with his father and mother.” He didn’t give his wife a divorce; he just left and went to live with his parents to cool down…hahaha.
But as we continue to read in Chapter 15 and 16, we will see how this war between Samson who represent Israel and Philistines extended and grew.
In Chapter 15, the story continues and it says “Later on, during the wheat harvest, Samson took a young goat as a present to his wife. He said, “I’m going into my wife’s room to sleep with her,” but her father wouldn’t let him in. “I truly thought you must hate her,” her father explained, “so I gave her in marriage to your best man. But look, her younger sister is even more beautiful than she is. Marry her instead.” Samson said, “This time I cannot be blamed for everything I am going to do to you Philistines.” Then he went out and caught 300 foxes. He tied their tails together in pairs, and he fastened a torch to each pair of tails. Then he lit the torches and let the foxes run through the grain fields of the Philistines. He burned all their grain to the ground, including the sheaves and the uncut grain. He also destroyed their vineyards and olive groves. “Who did this?” the Philistines demanded. “Samson,” was the reply, “because his father-in-law from Timnah gave Samson’s wife to be married to his best man.” So the Philistines went and got the woman and her father and burned them to death. “Because you did this,” Samson vowed, “I won’t rest until I take my revenge on you!” So he attacked the Philistines with great fury and killed many of them. Then he went to live in a cave in the rock of Etam. The Philistines retaliated by setting up camp in Judah and spreading out near the town of Lehi. The men of Judah asked the Philistines, “Why are you attacking us?” The Philistines replied, “We’ve come to capture Samson. We’ve come to pay him back for what he did to us.” So 3,000 men of Judah went down to get Samson at the cave in the rock of Etam. They said to Samson, “Don’t you realize the Philistines rule over us? What are you doing to us?” But Samson replied, “I only did to them what they did to me.” But the men of Judah told him, “We have come to tie you up and hand you over to the Philistines.” “All right,” Samson said. “But promise that you won’t kill me yourselves.” “We will only tie you up and hand you over to the Philistines,” they replied. “We won’t kill you.” So they tied him up with two new ropes and brought him up from the rock. As Samson arrived at Lehi, the Philistines came shouting in triumph. But the Spirit of the Lord came powerfully upon Samson, and he snapped the ropes on his arms as if they were burnt strands of flax, and they fell from his wrists. Then he found the jawbone of a recently killed donkey. He picked it up and killed 1,000 Philistines with it. Then Samson said, “With the jawbone of a donkey, I’ve piled them in heaps! With the jawbone of a donkey, I’ve killed a thousand men!” When he finished his boasting, he threw away the jawbone; and the place was named Jawbone Hill. Samson was now very thirsty, and he cried out to the Lord, “You have accomplished this great victory by the strength of your servant. Must I now die of thirst and fall into the hands of these pagans?” So God caused water to gush out of a hollow in the ground at Lehi, and Samson was revived as he drank. Then he named that place “The Spring of the One Who Cried Out,” and it is still in Lehi to this day. Samson judged Israel for twenty years during the period when the Philistines dominated the land.”
May GOD help us not to ruin our own marriages, families, and so called destinies. May we escape such bad fates, in JESUS MIGHTY Name. Sad story, but that’s what happened. Sometimes when GOD wants to revenge His enemies, our do something historical, He can use even very small situation to orchestrate His vindication. It’s very scary. We really need to pray every day.
So may be let’s continue to chapter 16 where it introduces another character, this woman called Delilah.
- The Spirit Of Delilah
The Bible says “Samson judged Israel for twenty years during the period when the Philistines dominated the land.” In those twenty years, he couldn’t remain single, you know what I mean. So he committed fornication while he was looking to marry another woman. This is when we get to be introduced to Delilah, Samson’s lover who used her enchantment to betray Samson. She was able to beguile him to reveal the secret of his strength. As he slept, Delilah managed to have his hair cut and ended up betraying him to Philistines. But we learn in the end, GOD granted Samson his revenge through the return of his old strength, and managed to demolish the great Philistine temple of the god Dagon, at Gaza, destroying his captors and himself, and hence fulfilled what GOD said.
In the book of Judges Chapter 16 verses 4 to 30, the Bible records that “Some time later Samson fell in love with a woman named Delilah, who lived in the valley of Sorek. The rulers of the Philistines went to her and said, “Entice Samson to tell you what makes him so strong and how he can be overpowered and tied up securely. Then each of us will give you 1,100 pieces of silver.” So Delilah said to Samson, “Please tell me what makes you so strong and what it would take to tie you up securely.” Samson replied, “If I were tied up with seven new bowstrings that have not yet been dried, I would become as weak as anyone else.” So the Philistine rulers brought Delilah seven new bowstrings, and she tied Samson up with them. She had hidden some men in one of the inner rooms of her house, and she cried out, “Samson! The Philistines have come to capture you!” But Samson snapped the bowstrings as a piece of string snaps when it is burned by a fire. So the secret of his strength was not discovered. Afterward Delilah said to him, “You’ve been making fun of me and telling me lies! Now please tell me how you can be tied up securely.” Samson replied, “If I were tied up with brand-new ropes that had never been used, I would become as weak as anyone else.” So Delilah took new ropes and tied him up with them. The men were hiding in the inner room as before, and again Delilah cried out, “Samson! The Philistines have come to capture you!” But again Samson snapped the ropes from his arms as if they were thread. Then Delilah said, “You’ve been making fun of me and telling me lies! Now tell me how you can be tied up securely.” Samson replied, “If you were to weave the seven braids of my hair into the fabric on your loom and tighten it with the loom shuttle, I would become as weak as anyone else.” So while he slept, Delilah wove the seven braids of his hair into the fabric. Then she tightened it with the loom shuttle. Again she cried out, “Samson! The Philistines have come to capture you!” But Samson woke up, pulled back the loom shuttle, and yanked his hair away from the loom and the fabric. Then Delilah pouted, “How can you tell me, ‘I love you,’ when you don’t share your secrets with me? You’ve made fun of me three times now, and you still haven’t told me what makes you so strong!” She tormented him with her nagging day after day until he was sick to death of it. Finally, Samson shared his secret with her. “My hair has never been cut,” he confessed, “for I was dedicated to God as a Nazirite from birth. If my head were shaved, my strength would leave me, and I would become as weak as anyone else.” Delilah realized he had finally told her the truth, so she sent for the Philistine rulers. “Come back one more time,” she said, “for he has finally told me his secret.” So the Philistine rulers returned with the money in their hands. Delilah lulled Samson to sleep with his head in her lap, and then she called in a man to shave off the seven locks of his hair. In this way she began to bring him down, and his strength left him. Then she cried out, “Samson! The Philistines have come to capture you!” When he woke up, he thought, “I will do as before and shake myself free.” But he didn’t realize the Lord had left him. So the Philistines captured him and gouged out his eyes. They took him to Gaza, where he was bound with bronze chains and forced to grind grain in the prison. But before long, his hair began to grow back. The Philistine rulers held a great festival, offering sacrifices and praising their god, Dagon. They said, “Our god has given us victory over our enemy Samson!” When the people saw him, they praised their god, saying, “Our god has delivered our enemy to us! The one who killed so many of us is now in our power!” Half-drunk by now, the people demanded, “Bring out Samson so he can amuse us!” So he was brought from the prison to amuse them, and they had him stand between the pillars supporting the roof. Samson said to the young servant who was leading him by the hand, “Place my hands against the pillars that hold up the temple. I want to rest against them.” Now the temple was completely filled with people. All the Philistine rulers were there, and there were about 3,000 men and women on the roof who were watching as Samson amused them. Then Samson prayed to the Lord, “Sovereign Lord, remember me again. O God, please strengthen me just one more time. With one blow let me pay back the Philistines for the loss of my two eyes.” Then Samson put his hands on the two center pillars that held up the temple. Pushing against them with both hands, he prayed, “Let me die with the Philistines.” And the temple crashed down on the Philistine rulers and all the people. So he killed more people when he died than he had during his entire lifetime.”
I mean, in this current era we live in, we see tragedies in the news similarity to those days in Samson. We are now living in a New Covenant; GOD has already established a New Covenant of Peace and reconciliation with us who used to be His enemies because we were pagans, worshiping foreign gods, instead of HIM, through His Son JESUS CHRIST. It’s very scary now days, we see some try to initiate some disasters and refer them to the story of Samson in the Bible to validate their frustrations and pains in life. GOD has not sent them, they are only taking matters on their own hands. So to avoid to be victims of other people revenges, we should pray always and try to live in peace with everybody. Every one of us is going through something or some challenge in life even if they may not tell you and it looks like everything is going well with them. Everyone is suffering with something. When we face hard times, know that you are not the only one. If some of us could only tell you our challenges, you would give GOD thanks for the less challenges that you have. Let’s pray first and seek help and counsel before we make harsh decisions.
So what do we also learn from this story of Samson?
The choices we make in life will either make us or destroy us. Samson should have learned from the lesson he got from his wife. If he only learned through his wife, he could have been able to avoid it to happen the second time with Delilah. He could have sensed it second time through his experience with Delilah.
Be careful of whom you are attracted to; some of them may have the spirit of Delilah that not only will betray you, but will cause you to destroy your anointing or your God-given special strength. They will also cause you to stumble, make you unstable. The spirit of Delilah is the anointing destroyer, and it distracts you from the truth through its deceitfulness. The spirit of Delilah is there to carry the plans of the devil using intelligence manner, beauty, and enchantment.
Delilah was phony. She pretended to love him, but yet she received bribed from the Philistines who wanted to capture Samson. She was in a mission to get the secret of his strength so that the Philistines could defeat him; all she cared about was herself.
Many of us are attracted and in love with women or men who distract us from doing what GOD have called us to do. We only look on the outside beauty which sometimes signifies lust, instead of considering inner beauty of a person. So we lust for them. And they end up taking us from doing the Will of GOD for our lives, and influence us with bad characters, and deceptiveness. They take you from being a good girl or boy, to good girl or boy going bad…hahaha.
You have to be careful when choosing who to marry, who to let in your inner circle, who to allow his or her voice and life to influence you and carry wait into your life. Some of them may only come to destroy you and steal what you have. They rob you strength and determination to do what GOD has called you to do.
We should be very careful of what attracts us to people. We should be aware of the spirits operating in those people we surround ourselves with, especially the so called ‘confidants.’ Some things or secrets are better if you keep to yourself; only you and GOD. It will help you escape a lot of relational problems; don’t tell them for your own good. I’m speaking from personal experience!
One of the major things that you can notice that Delilah managed to do to Samson that greatly affected him, is that when the LORD left him, his strength also left him. Because of his relationship with Delilah, Samson lost his relationship with GOD. Our relationship with God is the most important relationship. So as you can see having relationship with Delilah can make you comprise your faith in GOD and your relationship with GOD.
In Chapter 16 verses 16 to 20, the story says “She tormented him with her nagging day after day until he was sick to death of it. Finally, Samson shared his secret with her. “My hair has never been cut,” he confessed, “for I was dedicated to God as a Nazirite from birth. If my head were shaved, my strength would leave me, and I would become as weak as anyone else.” Delilah realized he had finally told her the truth, so she sent for the Philistine rulers. “Come back one more time,” she said, “for he has finally told me his secret.” So the Philistine rulers returned with the money in their hands. Delilah lulled Samson to sleep with his head in her lap, and then she called in a man to shave off the seven locks of his hair. In this way she began to bring him down, and his strength left him. Then she cried out, “Samson! The Philistines have come to capture you!” When he woke up, he thought, “I will do as before and shake myself free.” But he didn’t realize the Lord had left him.”
The Philistines couldn’t stop Samson with their army, city gate, swords and shields for many years. But one woman managed to stop him. But yet they claimed it was their god Dagon who gave them victory. She was the secret weapon that brought about the tragic end of Samson. The Philistine rulers employed her as a weapon to capture Samson. So as you can see this spirit is dangerous.
And you have to understand this spirit does not only operate in women only, but men also.
So how do you know you have the spirit of Delilah or you have someone in your life with this spirit that you need to rebuke from her or him.
Delilah spirit is very selfish. She or he is not there for love. Almost everything she or he does has a selfish motive behind. She or he has her or his own agenda and hardly sacrifices for the relationship. That is why the Bible says Samson fell in love with Delilah and doesn’t mention that Delilah fell in love with Samson also.
The spirit of Delilah knows what you want and will use that against you. She or he may be a difficult person to resist. You would love to have her or him around you always, even when she or he will play with your mind and heart and leave you in the middle and hanging, never knowing whether to quit or to stay. The spirit of Delilah can make you do things that are against your conscience. The spirit of Delilah is vengeful and unforgiving. She or he may lead you gradually to your destruction as she or he secretly pursues her or his agenda until you are finished. Then she or he will leave you for good. The spirit of Delilah seduces people to settle for less than God has for them.
The spirit of Delilah is a good pretender and disloyal. She or he only plays the role you would love to see anytime she or he is with you. As long as she or he is in need of your service or presence, she or he is with you. When you no more serve the purpose for which she or he connected to you, she or he will abandon you quickly for another person. Delilah spirit is materialistic and loves power and greedy. She or he loves to hang around men or women with money, power, influence and positions.
As you can see Delilah is not your friend, is a fake friend. We need to pray against this spirit to not affect us and our loved ones, in our present and in the future. So let’s pray the following prayer points;
- HEAVENLY FATHER, thank YOU that you see all the injustice we have suffered at the hands of Delilah’s. FATHER, we ask for restoration. LORD our GOD, restore everything we have lost at the hands of Delilah’s, this we pray in the MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST.
- HOLY FATHER, search us and help us. In any area of our lives where we have allowed the seducing spirit of Delilah to influence us, our thoughts, words, and actions, we ask to be forgiven; we also ask to be purified from it. We ask YOU to tear down every stronghold of the Delilah spirit and all demonic strongholds in our lives with Your Power. Free us from it and help us overcome our weaknesses, this we pray in The MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST.
- HEAVENLY FATHER, Help us to follow You fully, and obey Your commands each time we are being tempted for not doing so. Help us repent in all areas of our lives where we have come in agreement with satan’s seductions and enchantments, this we pray in The MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST.
- We rebuke and terminate every seducing spirit and every evil assignment assigned into our lives to destroy us. We cancel the spirit of Delilah and its activities, manipulations, and scheming in our loves and those of our loved ones. We command all Delilah spirits orchestrating behind our lives to leave us, and we declare their assignments invalid from today, this we pray in The MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS.
- In every area of our lives LORD that is not pleasing to YOU, LORD, we repent. We plead the Blood Of JESUS. We ask our strengths to be restored. We ask our anointing to be restored. Whatever we have lost into the hands of Delilah spirit, we command full restoration now! IN JESUS MIGHTY NAME. HEAVENLY FATHER, help us recover all, this we pray in The MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST.
- ALMIGHTY GOD, we pray and ask YOU to scatter every wicked schemers in our lives who lay in wait to harm us and destroy us in the MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST. We cancel and terminate their plans; they shall not succeed against us, in The MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST. By Your Grace and Mercy oh GOD, We shall escape their harm each time IN THE MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST.
- HEAVENLY FATHER, help us in our relationships. May we never fall in love with the wrong people in our lives that will lead to our own destruction, this we pray in The MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST. May we never fall in love with anyone who is not Your Will for our lives. May we never fall in love with anything such as a careers, jobs, and so forth that are not Your Will for our lives, this we pray in the MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST. May YOU remove every Delilah planted in our lives to derail the course of our lives and Your Will for our lives, in The MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST we pray.
- Anyone who wishes and indeed wants us to be humiliated and see our humiliations as entertainment and amusement shall take our place in The MIGHTY NAME Of JESUS CHRIST! Thank YOU HOLY FATHER, In JESUS MIGHTY NAME we have prayed.
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