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    Take a look at the life of Samson. This passage, standing on its own is not all that encouraging. But what was Samson best known for? What was his reputation? Could he, gifted as he was, been even more powerful for God? I think so, and yet, possibly his most powerful deed was at this last moment. God can do mighty things even up until we draw our last breath. Remember that when you fail, and don't despair! Pick up and seek, do, and care with the heart of GOD!!!
    2005-09-28 00:22:42 Posted by Mel ()

    Ya know Samson was chosen before birth as a judge and that he did even though he was a fighter and womanizer which is what we pretty much view him as today other than his last triumph as a beaten blind man. Maybe though he needed to be humbled The people were viewing him as their ultimate savior and he seemed frequently to forget his place in the order of things. Think what he might have accomplished had he stayed focused on the will of God. Then rest assured we could do the same
    In Christ,of Christ and for Christ
    2005-09-28 04:08:28 Posted by dcyple ()

    Funny thing here Ross is that I see it tying in with your blog. Even though we are full of flaws, far from perfect, and have made an utter mess of our lives, are we willing to die for God?

    God bless
    2005-09-28 10:47:42 Posted by Lee ()

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