There are many “Delilahs” in our life that drive us away from God’s plan.
The relationship between Samson and Delilah perfectly illustrates what happens when we practice a life of disobedience and develop a worn down resolve to sin.
"We kept in touch every once in a while, and then the song blew up.
Before I even wrote it, I joked with her that she was going to be my date to the Grammys, and when we got nominated, I had just broken up with my girlfriend at the time, and I was like, 'I gotta call Delilah and ask her—this is the self-fulfilling prophecy of the song.' So I called her, and she agreed to come." RELATED: Brandon Flowers on Jamming with Haim and Why He Hates Wearing Suits Onstage But, according to the band, what ensued was decidedly more awkward than the cameras let on.
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However, if she has temper issues this pretty much cancels out her potential to come across as classy.
I truly believe that just like in the case of distinction between flirting and regular conversation, being classy is not in the “what” but in the “how.” It’s how you act, how you carry yourself, how you express yourself and how you live your life that determines class.
The Bible says, “A man without self-control is like a city broken into and left without walls,” (Proverbs ).
God gave Samson the supernatural ability to exercise great physical strength over Israel’s enemies, the Philistines, but Samson fell short of mastering control over himself.