The Death of Samson

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Samson tells Delilah the secret about his strength. Since that breaks the Nazarite oath, God leaves him, and Samson was captured by the Philistines. They burn out his eyes and imprisoned him, later he was killed. After his death, Samson's family recovers his body from the rubble and buries him near the tomb of his father Manoah. This The Death of Samson Christian PowerPoint Theme or template is primarily colored brown. The download includes a Title slide that's coordinated with the other regular slides.

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