Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
The mouth of strange women is a deep pit: he that is abhorred of the LORD shall fall therein.
To rescue thee, from the woman that is a stranger, from the female unknown, who with her speeches seduceth;
For, with sweet droppings, drip the lips of her that is a stranger, and, smoother than oil, is her mouth;
To keep thee from the wicked woman, from the flattery of the tongue of her that is a stranger.
That thou mayest be kept, from the woman that is a stranger, from the female unknown, who, with her speeches, doth flatter.
For, a deep chasm, is the unchaste woman, and, a narrow pit, the female unknown;
And she said - The Philistines, are upon thee, Samson! And he awoke out of his sleep, and said - I will go out now, as time after time, and shake myself free: he, not knowing, that, Yahweh, had departed from him.
Was it not, over these things, that Solomon king of Israel sinned - though, among many nations, there was no king such as he, and he was, beloved by his God, and so God gave him to be king over all Israel, - even him, did foreign women, cause to sin.
I, could indeed find, to be, more bitter than death, the woman, whose heart is, snares and nets, and her hands, bonds, - whoso is pleasing before God, shall escape from her, but, he that sinneth, shall be captured by her.
When Yahweh, he derided, - Because his sons and his daughters gave pro-vocation.
So then I let them go on in the stubbornness of their own heart, - They might walk in their own counsels!