Biblical Hair Regrowth Formula!


We’ve all seen ads for hair regrowth products that come with guaranteed successful results. Now, does the Bible have anything to say about hair regrowth? Yes, in the case of Samson it does.

Samson’s long hair was a symbol of his commitment to the LORD (see the October, 2005 article entitled “As Weak As Any Other Man” in the Article Archives on the web site). As a lifelong Nazarite, Samson vowed to live a holy life. Part of his vow was to not cut his hair. If he were to cut his hair, it would be a sign of breaking his covenant with God.

If you’re familiar with the story of Samson, covered in Judges 13-16, you’ll know that, despite his high calling to be a leader in Israel, Samson’s life went downhill, caused by his string of adulterous affairs. His final affair with Delilah proved to be his downfall. Delilah was actually a “secret agent” of the Philistines, who was set up to find out the secret of Samson’s strength. When Samson told Delilah that the source of his strength was in his hair, Delilah arranged for Samson’s hair to be cut in his sleep.

Immediately after Samson’s hair was cut, his strength left him (actually, it was the LORD’s strength that immediately disappeared from Samson’s life). The Philistines were able to seize Samson, gouge his eyes out, and put him into prison, bound with bronze chains, all without a struggle. Yet, despite the loss of strength, Judges 16:22 tells us that “the hair of his head began to grow again after it was shaved off.”

We know how the story ends. Samson had enough renewed strength at the end of his life to knock down the main pillars in the Philistine’s coliseum.

What does all of this have to do with you and me? The picture is clear. The Bible tells us that our wrong actions and decisions can bind us up in our own prisons. As Jesus said in John 8:34, “…everyone who commits sin is the slave of sin.” However, there’s always a way out. As Jesus went on to say in John 8:36, “…if the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed.” For Samson, the way back into a renewed relationship with God was symbolized by his hair regrowth. For us, the biblical hair regrowth formula is simple:

Renewed Commitment to the Lord = Renewed Strength

If you’ve taken a wrong turn, and wound up in prison, so to speak, there’s a way back out. It’s time to “let your hair grow back,” spiritually speaking. The biblical hair regrowth formula is guaranteed to bring you great results!

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