The devotion of the Nazarite and the affection of the Man were both perfect.
The vows of the Nazarite were dutiful under the former dispensation.
Unbelief says, "There is a lion in the way;" but faith slays the lion that roars along the path of the Nazarite of God.
When the vows of the Nazarite were made lawfully, their matter was not indifferent.
After this, the priest shaved the head of the Nazarite at the door of the tabernacle, and burnt his hair on the fire of the altar.
It is the head of the Nazarite that is especially consecrated, and so it was in the taboo.
On his road thither he met with Jonadab, who had adopted the Nazarite mode of life as introduced by Elijah.
Matthew likewise knew that this Nazarite referred to in Judges was Samson.
The Nazarite vow is an act of sacrifice in accordance with the terms of the law laid down in Num.
Verily, master, I am vexed for the Nazarite maiden, for her tale is sad.