Story of Samson is very popular in the Bible. He is a Biblical Hercules in the eyes of the little children who were brought up in the church.
He used his superhuman strength to slay a lion with his bare hands, pulled a city gate off its hinges, and engaged in hand- to- hand battle with dozens of Philistines on a number of different occasions.
There are numerous stories about individuals that lived and walked on our world who are recorded in the Bible, which is one book that includes their historical records.
While the scripture is full of laws and regulations that God provided to humanity, it also contains legendary accounts of mighty warriors who were renowned to be extremely strong in combat and to wield tremendous power, particularly during times of conflict.
Many of them are well- known, but it will require careful reading of the book to uncover many others that are not. Samsom was reputed to be one of the strongest men in biblical times, and when it comes to strength and power, many people look to him as a model.
Another individual, who many people are unfamiliar with, but who was quite strong when it came to battle, will be discussed in this article.
Josheb- Basshebeth is the name of this individual in question. He was one of the three most prominent individuals in king David' s court who had received training from the king.
Josheb- Basshebeth, a Tahkemonite, was the head of David' s strong soldiers, and he lifted his spear against eight hundred men, all of whom were killed in one fight, according to the Bible' s account in 2 Samuel 23: 8.
According to the Bible, he slaughtered 800 soldiers in a single confrontation while being alone on the battlefield. The reason why so few people are familiar with him is that, other from that small piece of scripture, very little has been written about him.
Thanks for reading. Please follow this channel for more updates.