In this chapter we have an account of Samson's too great familiarity
with two harlots; by the one he was brought into great danger, and
narrowly escaped, \\#Jud 16:1-3\\, and by the other he was betrayed
into the hands of the Philistines, having got the secret out of him
wherein his great strength lay, \\#Jud 16:4-20\\ who having him in
their hands, put out his eyes, imprisoned him, and in their
idol temple made sport of him, \\#Jud 16:21-25\\, where praying for
renewed strength from the Lord, he pulled down the temple, and
destroyed multitudes with the loss of his own life, \\#Jud 16:26-31\\.