“Samson went after the desire of his eyes; therefore, the Philistines put down his eyes, him, and put out his eyes” (Judges 16:2 as it is said, “And the Philistines laid hold of. Absalom had been pleased with his locks; consequently he had been hanged by their locks. And as it is said, “And ten of Joab’s young arms-bearers closed in and struck Absalom until he died” (Samuel II 18:15) because he had relations with the ten of his father’s concubines, therefore they thrust ten spears in him. ”
, yet is with in no chance predictive of marital joy or just how long the partnership can last.
No body exemplifies this much better than Samson into the guide of Judges. Following their eyes—going after Delilah—is just what wound up bringing Samson down.