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SAMSON SERMON OUTLINES

by Ken Trivette

We have now come to the closing scene in the life of Samson and the end of our studies of his life. Our study has been a series of up's and down's. As I have said in the past, his is a life of bright spots and dark blots. Unfortunately, there have been more dark blots than bright spots. In Judges 16:31 it is stated that Samson ''judged Israel for twenty years'' (cp. 15:20). The Scripture...

by Jerry Vines

I want to call you attention to verse 1 because it sets the stage for the career of the man known in the Bible as Samson. ''The children of Israel did again evil in the sight of the Lord.'' The same weary pattern occurs. It's like a stuck needle. It just comes again and again as we move through the book of Judges and we see how the Children of Israel do like unfortunately some of God's...

by Miles Seaborn

A story of tragedy because of what God raised him up to be and what he could have been. God's people in bondage (v. 1) They did evil ''again'' in the sight of the Lord. God raised up a deliverer (v. 3-5) He came from the commitment of purity. ''No strong drink, no unclean food (of parents and of child) God raised up his will out of this kind of background then and...

by Tony Nester

One of the best things Evelyn and I discovered when we moved from New Jersey to Iowa was ''open houses'' for high school graduates. We didn't have those when we graduated from our high schools back East. Up go the displays of school pictures, ribbons, trophies and awards. Out comes the food. And if you look into the eyes of the parents you can sense a mixture of pride...

by Jesse Hendley

As we study the men who walked with God and yet backslid, we look now at the life of Samson. A backslider is one who has walked with God, has had communion with Him, has had His blessing upon his life, but then drifts and lets sin come in to separate him from communion with God. Someone has said that every sin you commit, after your conversion, will mean that much less...

by John Barnett

Our God is jealous and He is Holy. The sins He hated in the Old Testament, He hates in the New Testament. What would offend someone who loved us so much that He wants us to be utterly loyal to Him? We become an enemy of God when we become friendly with the world. And what is friendship with the world again? As for the lusts of...

by Jim Henry

Let's look at the awful tragedy which preceded that marvelous touch of grace. In Hebrews 11:32 we read about the heroes of faith, and Samson was included. It's hard to understand, but I think as we study Judges, chapter 16, it will become more clear to us. Sometime ago, while preaching a series of messages on the family, I was reading a very...

by J. Gerald Harris

Now, when I think of Samson, I think of someone who is big; I think of someone who is strong; I think of someone whose very presence is intimidating. I'm reminded of a story from the wild west. A small, sickly looking guy was hired as a bartender. The saloon owner gave him a word of warning. ''Drop everything and run for your life if ever you hear that Big John is coming to town...

by Randal Ross

There are lots of ways that we differ this morning. But there are some things that we all share in common. We all feel like quitting at times! We come here from many different backgrounds and experiences. We are different physically, color, age. But we do share some things and those are the...

by Nelson Price

JESUS CHRIST exhorted His followers of every generation to ''Go... into all the world.'' Yet, both the Old and New Testaments exhort God's people to ''Come out from among the'' (II Cor. 6:17). The coming out preseeds the going forth in order to be equipped. The separation must preseed the sending...