This was a David and Goliath style battle and with the numbers we are seeing it looks like we will be successful.
This is what the Magic and the NBA are counting on—a Goliath everyone can love.
In a more serious tone, he added, "This is like David and Goliath."
Wilt Chamberlain once pointed out that “nobody loves Goliath,” as an excuse for his enduring unpopularity.
Until then, it will happily promote the image of David vs. Goliath on the world stage.
The stone let loose from David's finger flies crashing into the head of Goliath.
In the meantime the tiny David had put the great Goliath to flight.
Do you think you will be his subjects, or will you kill him when you meet him, as David did Goliath with a sling and stone?
Goliath a mountain of braggadocia; David a marvel of humility.
What would David have done had there not been a stony brook between him and Goliath that day?
Late Latin Goliath, from Hebrew Golyath, name of the Philistine giant slain by David [I Sam. xvii].
great. (1.) A famous giant of Gath, who for forty days openly defied the armies of Israel, but was at length slain by David with a stone from a sling (1 Sam. 17:4). He was probably descended from the Rephaim who found refuge among the Philistines after they were dispersed by the Ammonites (Deut. 2:20, 21). His height was "six cubits and a span," which, taking the cubit at 21 inches, is equal to 10 1/2 feet. David cut off his head (1 Sam. 17:51) and brought it to Jerusalem, while he hung the armour which he took from him in his tent. His sword was preserved at Nob as a religious trophy (21:9). David's victory over Goliath was the turning point in his life. He came into public notice now as the deliverer of Israel and the chief among Saul's men of war (18:5), and the devoted friend of Jonathan. (2.) In 2 Sam. 21:19 there is another giant of the same name mentioned as slain by Elhanan. The staff of his apear "was like a weaver's beam." The Authorized Version interpolates the words "the brother of" from 1 Chr. 20:5, where this giant is called Lahmi.