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  1. England/Wales

    The former secretary of Day One, John Roberts (He is a Yorkshireman) comes to speak at our church from time to time and always brings some of their publications. He said that the British Museum Bookshop asked them to come and see them and said they had heard of Through the British Museum with the Bible.and would like to order 900. They also said they had heard of Evidence for the Bible. and would like to order 250. Since then they have ordered many more and the last I heard, they had a monthly order of 50 of Evidence for the Bible.
  2. England/Wales

    Day one publications also do a book by the same authors as the above called Evidence for the Bible. This is described as a coffee table book. It is also sod in the British Museum Library. https://www.dayone.co.uk/products/evidence-for-the-bible
  3. England/Wales

    You will be seeing a lot of places that I haven't seen. Keswick and the lake district are beautiful, Day one publications do a book Through the British Museum with the Bible. https://www.dayone.co.uk/products/through-the-british-museum-with-the-bible. It is available in the British Museum Bookshop.
  4. Whats for Supper...

    We had our first crop from the garden yesterday. Asparagus. Very tasty,
  5. Whats for Supper...

    We have pigs in blankets or piggies in blankets. They are chipolatas or sometimes cocktail sausages wrapped in bacon, often accompanying Turkey for Christmas lunch. When will you be in London? I know. But it is easier to get some from the freezer and pop them in the oven for four or five minutes. I have not made them for years. I will have to make them again. We usually serve them with roast beef, but some people serve them with any roast meal.
  6. Whats for Supper...

    Most people I know these days buy frozen Yorkshires. I guess I am guilty of that as well. Shame on me.
  7. Whats for Supper...

    I have known people from Yorkshire who say that Yorkshires or Yorkies, are served as a separate course served with Jam (Conserve) My wife who comes from Yorkshire, Sheffield, says she has never heard of that. When we were children we had Toad in the Hole, sausages in a Yorkshire Pudding. We also had Chop Toad, Lamb chops in a Yorkshire pudding. I am doing roast chicken tonight. I intended to have it at lunch time but it didn't defrost in time. I will probably just have it with bread and butter. I had the roast veggies at lunch time. Potatoes, carrot, parsnip, celeriiac, onion. courgette. All sprinkled with herbes de Provence, powdered garlic and a little olive oil. The flavours all mingle and we find it quite delicious. Served with steamed green beans. I did fennel with the roast vegetables for the last week but my wife said she hadn't noticed, then yesterday she noticed it as there was some green on it, and said she didn't like it. I like to do a good selection of vegetables for us to get a selection of vitamins.
  8. Whats for Supper...

    Today, for lunch, I did Salmon for lunch with baked potato, roast carrot, red onion, and Fennel. For supper I did a frozen puff pastry sheet with a sort of ratatouille with black Greek style olives on top. Very tasty.
  9. Hell's Population Clock

    I don't believe that comment is suitable on this forum.
  10. Omer of Manna

    I had never noticed that before. Also 2 Chronicles 5:10. 1 and 2 Kings do not mention the ark after the time of Solomon and it is only mentioned once in 2 Chronicles 35:3
  11. Whats for Supper...

    Lamb curry and rice.
  12. Whats for Supper...

    Eggs, bacon and French fries.
  13. Whats for Supper...

    Not too good. I made it to the recipe but it was a very sticky dough and I found it hard to knead. It tasted alright but I overcooked it, Went to sleep and didn't hear the timer. I still have the culture so will try another recipe next week. Yesterday I had hot dog with grilled tomatoes. Today I will have Cheese and Chive Hamburgers with Baked Potato (Jacket Potato over here) with Julienne vegetables. I was just wondering. Considering how hard it is to make sour dough if you have not been shown, How did the ancients discover it, or did God show Adam?
  14. A Newly Purchased Bible!

    We support a Filipino Pastor who came over a year or two ago, he came to our church on a Wednesday evening. He gave an update on his work and then said "Do you mind if I don't preach as I can only preach in Tagalog." Our friend, Gilbert was a missionary in Manila for 18 years. He learnt Tagalog but was not confident in preaching in that language without reading his sermons. He eventually became the pastor of a mainly Chinese church in the English language. More recently he has retired to Scotland and became pastor to the Harbour Mission Baptist Church in Wick., The membership was only five elderly ladies. Wick is somewhat remote and the next town is 50 miles away but takes about 2½ hours to drive and over 4 hours by train.. In the past,fishermen from the harbour went all down the east coast of Scotland and England. Their wives often followed them to process the fish. However with overfishing in the past and EU quotas mean that the fisherman have gone and the mission became a Baptist Church.
  15. A Newly Purchased Bible!

    It was a binding error