For many people, the struggle with sin is a slide. There is a gradual rather than steep slide downwards What can be so small and seemingly insignificant, to begin with, can spread and infect the whole of our being. In Samson, we see impulsiveness and disregards for his parents, a man who does what is right in his own eyes. His sin spreads and he breaks his Nazarite vow and ends up killing 30 men. For us today, sin abounds and yet it can just become the norm in our lives. Yet we have a saviour who has once and for all defeated sin and helps us to daily defeat it.