Out of the eater, something to eat; out of the strong, something sweet (Judges 14:14)
Lion and honey!!!
How could you give my wife to my companion? I will revenge you!
With a donkey's jawbone, I have made donkeys of them. With a donkey's jawbone I have killed a thousand men! (Judges 15:16)
If you cut my hair, I will become as weak as any other man.
Samson went down to Ashkelon and killed thirty of their men and gave their cloth to those who had explained the riddle (Judges 14:19).
Samson, why don't you tell me the secret of your strength. If you loved me you would tell me.
Samson's wife was given to one of his companions who had attended him at the feast. Samson caught three hundred foxes, tied them tail to tail in pairs, and burned up the field (Judges 15:1-8).
Samson, The Philistines are here!
The Philistines went to Judah in order to capture Samson. Judah people tied up Samson and delivered him to the enemy. Samson unraveled the rope and grabbed the jawbone of a donkey and struck down a thousand men (Judges 15:8-20).
Sovereign Lord, remember me. Please, God strengthen me just once more, and let me with one blow get revenge on the Philisteines for my tow eyes. (Judges 16:28)
Sometime later, he fell in love with Delilah. The rulers of the Philistines said to Delilah that they will give silvers if she shows the secret of Samson's strength. Delilah demanded the answer and nagged (Judges 16:4-12).
After putting Samson to sleep on her lap, she called for someone to shave off the seven braids of his hair. So Samson's strength left him (Judges 16:13-22).
The Philistines seized Samson, gouged out his eyes, and bonded him with bronze shackles. Philistines called out of the prison and stood him among the pillars. Then, Samson prayed to God, and God gave strength to him. He pushed the pillars, and the temple collapsed on the people, so Samson and Philistines died (16:23-31).