Know The Answer?
Which of the apostles was martyred first?
James, son of Zebedee.

Lesson 2

The Bible Story - From Rebellion To Idolatry!
Plain Truth Magazine
November 1964
Volume: Vol XXIX, No.11
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The Bible Story - From Rebellion To Idolatry!

Having lost his special God-given strength when his hair was cut off during his sleep, Samson finally fell into the hands of the Philistines. They didn't choose to kill him, because they wanted to show him off around the country. To make certain that he wouldn't continue to give them trouble, they intended to deprive him of his sight. (Judges 16:15-21.) Samson's Tragic Penalty. When Samson saw the red-hot irons being pushed toward his head, he threw every ounce of his vigor into trying to snap the thick leather cords binding his arms and legs. Although his natural strength was most unusual, he couldn't even begin to break his bonds without God's help.

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Plain Truth MagazineNovember 1964Vol XXIX, No.11