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  1. Not exactly, but Paul collected for the poor saints in Jerusalem, Romans 15:26 For it hath pleased them of Macedonia and Achaia to make a certain contribution for the poor saints which are at Jerusalem. 27 It hath pleased them verily; and their debtors they are. For if the Gentiles have been made partakers of their spiritual things, their duty is also to minister unto them in carnal things. See also 2 Corinthians 8 & 9 History tells us there was a severe famine in Jerusalem at that time and Josephus tells of a foreign queen who converted to the Jewish religion, sending hr son who also converted to take relief to the poor Jews, and if a foreign queen, then surely Paul would do the same.
  2. Show that from the scripture, please.
  3. Xtra-pc Has anyone tried this?
  4. Good article.
  5. And it may not be. There was a terrible famine in Africa a few decades ago. Matthew 24:7-8 refers to the famines that appeared a few years after it was written. There was a severe famine in Jerusalem which was mentioned by Josephus and Paul collected money from the churches to send to Jerusalem
  6. Neither have I. I like duck but I usually only buy duck breasts. When I have bought whole duck there seems to be less meat on it.
  7. When I worked in an office in London We went for our annual Christmas meal. Very few had turkey most had other options. We once went to an Italian restaurant. I had trout in a delicious cream sauce with cockles When we go to France we never see turkey for Noel, more often salmon. Once I had cerf, red deer. When we were children during the war, there was very little food around, especially meat. We usually had chicken or rabbit as my dad used to keep them, They were very thin as they did not get much food either. Chickens were fed on potato peelings and cornmeal. The traditional English celebration meal before turkeys arrived was goose and although some people have goose today it is very expensive
  8. I take the last sentence back. I cut my left thumb badly yesterday. I have lots of dressings on it and have my arm in a sling. I won't be able to do anything in the kitchen.
  9. I don't eat pork and when the have Pork at our seniors lunch I usually take my own meat or have the vegetarian option. Next Tuesday we will hold our Christmas lunch, we be having turkey as usual. How boring. I may be doing the veggie option, I may have that.
  10. No that is not what I meant at all. If the preacher says "Come to Jesus if you want to go heaven or if you on't want to go to hell," that is not the Holy spirit. I have already explained what I believe the gospel is. Just today during a conversation with two or three, I said "It is appointed once for man to die and then the judgement." This was at our seniors lunch after our preacher compared the first coming of Jesus as a baby and his second as judge.
  11. Duplicate
  12. That is not what I said.
  13. Not sure I follow all your reasoning, it seems a bit muddled.
  14. Is this the same Webb Family?