In the Bible, in the Book of Judges, Delilah, is the philistine woman Samson loved and the woman who was his downfall.
I needed to write this because I believe that in my life as well, I have encountered this woman called Delilah, in my case it was not a singular Delilah, but plural Delilah’s as I do not want to single out anyone and I believe I meet up with this woman in my journey of life on a regular basis. I need to make young Christian men out there aware that Delilah exists and that they should be careful of her.
Brothers: Delilah is a Reality
I won’t lie to you, she is beautiful, she has all the right features. She has a great body, lovely personality, a killer smile, dimples, she is driven, she is everything you would want in a woman, or is she?
Maybe not, you see the thing with Delilah is that, she may have everything a man wants, but she lacks one thing, Spirituality! She does not worship the God of Israel, she worships Idols and so she leads you away from Yahweh instead of to him. Eish Dangerous, she is dangerous because she is on a mission. A mission to find out your secrets, all she wants to know is where you strength lies and so she pretends to love you, so she can destroy you.
You see the evil one wants you dead and does not want you to be saved or to enter the kingdom of heaven. He wants to prevent you from living your God given destiny and so he sends a beautiful woman, because he knows that is your weakness, He sends Delilah into your life in order to entrap you. You find joy in her but all the while, her feelings are not genuine she is at work to find a point of entry in which to allow the evil one to enter into your life and destroy you for Good.
Gentlemen, straight talk, there are a lot of beautiful, drop dead gorgeous women out there, sad reality is that some of them are Delilah. Do not get caught up in the trap like Samson did, do not think with your emotions or your testosterone . The Story exists in the Bible to warn young men like us, so please even in 2016, Delilah exists and you need to look out for her.
Samson was advised to take an Israelite woman, but no he was dead set on Delilah and id not want to hear anything. Why is it that we leave the Israelite women in our midst and chase after Delilah, philistine women out there?
Samson was warned but he refused to listen to God and in the end, he died. I have had my fair share of experiences with Delilah, trust me it does not end well.
Its like Samson and Delilah, watch your back because trouble could be the person you are in love with.