There is no king saved by the multitude of a host: a mighty man is not delivered by much strength.
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Augustine of Hippo
16. "A king shall not be saved by much strength:" he shall not be saved who ruleth his own flesh, if he presume much upon his own strength. "Neither shall a giant be saved by much strength" (ver. 16): nor shall he be saved whoever warreth against the habit of his own lust, or against the devil and his angels, if he trust much to his own might.
Giant. Or Hebrew, "strong man. "Monarchs and the stoutest men have been overthrown by Providence, like Pharao and Sennacherib, and the giant Og. (Calmet)
History proves that great armies have not always gained the victory, Psalm lxv. 13., and cxlvi. 10. (Berthier)