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  2. It was good that he saw the bill before the wedding and not after.
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  4. That letter was read last week at our meeting.
  5. Just think, today that would be about $166,567
  6. Sounds and feels great, thanks for sending this along. This is what our planet will look like (maybe a little cleaner) I can fall asleep hearing these waves crash on the shoreline!
  7. Earlier today in Ontario. What tow truck? It slid into the guard rails while going to pull out a rear spreading salt truck that had spun out at slow speed even with plow down.
  8. I would rather have the gas stations with snacks bar. You can't do without gas but you can live inspite of McDonald's
  9. Thanks for the tip! I wasn't referring to any one site..but I will check this one out!!
  10. I have used the outside fridge may times.
  11. Yes, I really appreciate the "Earthclinic" website, if that was the site you are referring to. I used that site to remedy so many ailments...it's a wonder!
  12. After a good bike ride, I come home and put on my slippers. Heat should be back on in a few days. Mail slot run.
  13. Quite right! The last character was Ahithophel. (Side note: I was mainly thinking about those who used some sort of instrument or apparatus to put themselves to death but yes, anything or object can be used that hastens such a manner of death is applicable.) So, technically there are 5 suicides recorded in the scriptures. Nice work!
  14. Time to get my fashionable Italian snow skates on.
  15. Christian Weddings Should Reflect Reasonableness View File Full article from January 15, 1969 Watchtower *** w69 1/15 p. 57 Christian Weddings Should Reflect Reasonableness *** Christian Weddings Should Reflect Reasonableness THIS is what I’ve wanted since I was a little girl,” said the prospective bride in Florida about her wedding. She was thrilled over what was planned, including her costly lace-and-pearl gown, with its thirty-foot train. The traditional wedding music would flow from a ten-piece orchestra as she made her entrance. And what an entrance it would be! Emerging from an artificial “cloud” emitted by a hidden device, she would descend a twenty-one-step staircase. Down she would come, between gilded cages of doves, to her waiting bridegroom. Following the ceremony, the reception or wedding feast would include champagne and an eight-foot-tall wedding cake. When the bride began to cut the cake two lovebirds would be released to flutter through the ballroom. How did the prospective bridegroom react to all this? Unnerved by the extravagant plans for the $25,000 affair, he fled the scene nine hours before the wedding! You probably have never seen a wedding as lavish as that one. Yet you likely know that weddings and associated events range from modest to mammoth, from simple to sumptuous, from God-honoring to godless. How, then, is a Christian who loves God and desires to be guided by the principles of his Word to decide what to arrange for his own wedding? Where does he draw the line? Complicating matters further, one author observed: “No social custom is as deeply rooted in tradition and bound by convention as a wedding.” Should the Christian try to follow all the traditions, some of them, or none of them? Just what is a reasonable Christian wedding? Submitter Shawnster Submitted 01/17/2017 Category Documents  
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    Full article from January 15, 1969 Watchtower *** w69 1/15 p. 57 Christian Weddings Should Reflect Reasonableness *** Christian Weddings Should Reflect Reasonableness THIS is what I’ve wanted since I was a little girl,” said the prospective bride in Florida about her wedding. She was thrilled over what was planned, including her costly lace-and-pearl gown, with its thirty-foot train. The traditional wedding music would flow from a ten-piece orchestra as she made her entrance. And what an entrance it would be! Emerging from an artificial “cloud” emitted by a hidden device, she would descend a twenty-one-step staircase. Down she would come, between gilded cages of doves, to her waiting bridegroom. Following the ceremony, the reception or wedding feast would include champagne and an eight-foot-tall wedding cake. When the bride began to cut the cake two lovebirds would be released to flutter through the ballroom. How did the prospective bridegroom react to all this? Unnerved by the extravagant plans for the $25,000 affair, he fled the scene nine hours before the wedding! You probably have never seen a wedding as lavish as that one. Yet you likely know that weddings and associated events range from modest to mammoth, from simple to sumptuous, from God-honoring to godless. How, then, is a Christian who loves God and desires to be guided by the principles of his Word to decide what to arrange for his own wedding? Where does he draw the line? Complicating matters further, one author observed: “No social custom is as deeply rooted in tradition and bound by convention as a wedding.” Should the Christian try to follow all the traditions, some of them, or none of them? Just what is a reasonable Christian wedding?
  17. Two More suicides: Ahithophel 2 Sam.17:23 Zimri 1 Kings 16:18 Technically Abimelech was not a suicide as he ask his armor bearer to kill him as he didn't want others to say that he was killed by a woman. Judges 9:54
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