Manoah and his wife saw Him, and witnessed His ascension into heaven, in the smoke and fire of the sacrifice.
The simplicity and veracity of the wife of Manoah appear in her address to him.
She was the wife of Manoah, a citizen of Zorah, of the tribe of Dan.
And Manoah and his wife looked on it, and fell on their faces to the ground.
Then Samson understood that Manoah had been arrested and imprisoned and must be delivered.
Mr. Speirs says that Manoah Sibly was presumably born in London, but see above.
The angel that ascended from the presence of Manoah could scarcely have more amazed the Danite.
The wife of Manoah adverted to a third source of consolation, at the period of this miraculous disappearance.
This was a sufficient reply to Manoah and his wife, who did not presume, with an impertinent eagerness, to press the question.
The wife of Manoah, in this view, appears in advantageous contrast to her hasty husband.
rest, a Danite, the father of Samson (Judg. 13:1-22, and 14:2-4).