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Summary: When Samson’s hair was cut he lost his power, the Spirit of God left him. However when his hair grew back and he returned to God his power came back. If we fail God and return our spiritual power returns.

I FEEL LIKE MY HAIR IS GROWING BACK

Text: Judges 16:22 (quickview)  Howbeit the hair of his head began to grow again after he was shaven.

a. Hair by definition is any of the cylindrical, keratinized, often pigmented filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal.

b. A growth of such filaments, as that forming the coat of an animal or covering the scalp of a human.

Hair has a purpose. For example the hair above the eyes prevents dust, dirt or liquids from just rolling down into the eyes. Some people have chosen to correct God’s plan so they have completely shaved their eyebrows and used a crayon to mark the place where there once was hair. The hair inside the nostrils is for keeping stuff out of the nose. The hair above the mouth is important to block unwanted matter from the mouth. But for most people the most important hair is the hair on the head.

Whenever that hair begins to thin and to shrink, to gray or to whiten people begin to look for ways to replace their hair. Practically the hair on the head is to protect our scalps from the elements. Even though there is a practical purpose for that hair, hair is also for beauty and people spend lots of money and time doing their hair. But hair can be trouble O.

Sometimes it does not co-operate no matter how hard you try to fix it. Just like an unruly child it just does what it wants. Even when you go to the beauty shop to get professional help there could be disappointment. You could braid it, curl it, gel it, wave it, weave it, extend it, color it, relax it, frizz it, highlight it or twist it. Hair has a mind of its own. Sometimes you may try to go cheap and get a friend to do your hair, if you have not tried that one don’t because usually that turns out to be a disaster. I had such an experience back in 1990. I tried to save $10 and it cost me my identity. In fact when my friend was finished with me I looked like a mix between a bald-headed Britney Spears and Kojak. Someone that had known me could not even recognize me and he asked “do I know you? Have we met?”

• Then of course sometimes people try to fix their hair for themselves and that is a tragedy. Probably one of the most disturbing things someone can discover is that their hair is falling off or maybe when they went to the beauty shop the stylist cut off too much hair or used a strong chemical that caused their hair to drop or get brittle. You have options at that point; go out and buy a wig (like this one or this one) You could try what the Ancient Egyptians did they used citrus juice, juniper berry juice, chopped lettuce or even Castor Oil to grow their hair. Ancient Africans used steeped flowers in Olive Oil, steeped herbs in Avocado Oil or Shea Butter. Indians used boiled sage leaves in coconut oil and applied it to the hair and scalps. Native Americans used jojoba oil or a solution of wood and twigs from willow trees. In Tahiti, Polynesian women treated their hair with Monoi Oil, a blend of highly refined Nucifera, Coconut Oil and Tiare flower. Europeans used to "massage and wash the scalp with soap, water and soda.


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