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Judges 16:25 LEB

25 After awhile, when their hearts were merry, they said, "Call Samson and let him entertain us." And they called Samson {from the prison}, and {he entertained them}. And they made him stand between the pillars.

References for Judges 16:25

    • r 16:25 - Hebrew "heart"
    • s 16:25 - Literally "from the house of the prisoner"
    • t 16:25 - Literally "he made sport before them"

      Study tools for Judges 16:25

      • a 16:1 - Literally "went into her"
      • b 16:3 - Literally "on the face of"
      • c 16:4 - A valley that is dry most of the year, but contains a stream during the rainy season
      • d 16:13 - Many modern translations include an additional phrase found in the Greek translation: "and fasten it with a pin, then I will become weak and be like everyone else. So while he slept, Delilah took the seven locks of his head and wove them"
      • e 16:14 - Hebrew "warp-thread"
      • f 16:16 - Literally "his inner self grew tired/impatient to death"
      • g 16:17 - Literally "he told her all his heart"
      • h 16:17 - Literally "has never gone up"
      • i 16:17 - Literally "consecrated of God" or "devoted of God"
      • j 16:17 - Literally "from the womb of my mother"
      • k 16:18 - Literally "he had told her all his heart"
      • l 16:18 - Literally "he has told me all his heart"
      • m 16:18 - Literally "in their hand"
      • n 16:19 - Hebrew "man"
      • o 16:19 - Or "humiliate him"
      • p 16:21 - Literally "in the house of the prisoners"
      • q 16:24 - Literally "made numerous our slain"
      • r 16:25 - Hebrew "heart"
      • s 16:25 - Literally "from the house of the prisoner"
      • t 16:25 - Literally "he made sport before them"
      • u 16:26 - Or "temple"
      • v 16:27 - Or "temple"
      • w 16:29 - Or "temple"
      • x 16:30 - Or "he caused to bend"
      • y 16:30 - Or "temple"
      • z 16:31 - Literally "all the house of his father"