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  3. I thought maybe we could share some good Christian songs around:: This is the opening chorus for the Second Act of Handel's oratorio "Solomon". Lyrics are in the description of the video. Of course I'll put something from his famous "Messiah" later, but share your favorites too! =)
  4. Any news yet for us about the land you went and saw?
  5. Nice screenshots, do you make them yourself?
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  8. James 1:3 | James 1:8 | James 1:14 James 2:5-11 | 2:14 | 2:19-20 | 2:21-22 | 2:24 | 2:26 James 3:5-6 | 7-8 | 13 & 15 / 14 & 16 | 17-18 James 3:14 & 3:16 & James 4:1 James 4:2-3 | 2 & 4 | 4:3-4 | 4:7-10 | 4:11 | 4: 7 , 8 , 10 | 4:8 & 10 | 4:9 & 11 | 4:16-17 James 5:1 | 5:2-3 | 5:4-5 | 5:4 & 4:2 | 6-15 | 7 & 8 | 6 , 10 , 13 , 15 | 5:20 | 13 & 15 | 14 & 16 - 1st Peter 1:2-5 | 2 & 3 | 7 | 12 | 13 | 15 & 17 | 19-21 | 22 | 23 & 25 1 Peter 2:1-6 | 2:9 (Levi?) | 2:10 (Gentile) - 2:11 | 2:12 | 2:17-22 | 21-2
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  10. No, nobody approached me yet. But I know how it is, they tell everything relating to their job to each other, they are teachers and also business partners. Whoever removed it must have surely done it with the rules that guide them all in mind. I admit I don't know who did it, and maybe it was as you say, but surely you know how the common lost person has this particular itch when you present them with Scriptures... I will have to pray about it. Putting it up again would be bold indeed, but it would be taken down again and again and I'm not sure if it's wise to childishly quarrel like that
  11. Well, you technically don't know whether all of them are in agreement. Maybe it was just one particularly nasty devil who decided to take it down of his own accord. Maybe reprint and repost? You don't know who's looked at it and who hasn't, or what they thought about it, or did someone approach you? I would say to assume it was just one independent actor in an act of rage, probably while nobody was looking, until proven otherwise. You went through all the trouble of making these and out of conviction. Don't let a pathetic cowardly act shut the gospel down.
  12. https://www.twitch.tv/videos/688405481?filter=highlights&sort=time
  13. The poster had already been removed from the office where I hanged it by Wednesday afternoon, so it didn't even last 2 full days. May the Lord repay them accordingly, He knows an attempt was made, at least...
  14. Oh, I was not aware you had put the thread here to be honest. Sorry for any confusion, no offense taken. 🙂 Thank you for sharing with us some of what you do in your part of the world.
  15. Thank you for your reply! I want to apologise if I offended any men buy placing the subject here. It is just that I got the impression that it is mostly a woman's job to keep the family healthy. At least in my culture it is mostly popular with women to collect different plants and herbs from the forest or garden and dry them. Then later make tea if anyone is feeling sick. With me when I was a child it was usually my mother who would "torture" me when I was sick and make me drink different stuff and do different things. Another reason I wanted to start the discussion is that of cour
  16. Sadly, I don't. I've looked into it a little, but never too seriously. I keep stumbling upon this one called "Diccionario de Uso del Español" (DUE) by a woman called María Moliner, but I have no idea whether it is good or not, nor did I ever find an online version that can be checked. Anyway, WikiPedia has this category for Spanish dictionaries. Should be a good start, I guess. Category:Spanish dictionaries - Wikipedia EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG Categoría:Diccionarios de español - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre ES.WIKIPEDIA.ORG EDIT:
  17. Not too sure why natural remedies would be in a "women's interests" club, I make tinctures my self. Perhaps due to my somewhat unique situation at home. I have made two echinacea tinctures to date. The first one I made was with echinacea root dug up alongside a path at a very small local park. I only got enough for a pint but the resulting medicine knocked out a cold before it started. I just made a new batch of it, a quart this time along with wild foraged reishi mushroom and wild foraged echinacea purpurea. The echinacea on it's own is very potent for when you are getting sick. I recognize t
  18. Yes I know what you mean by that 😄. So far the best etymological dictionaries for Spanish are DRAE, Definiciona and DeChile. I use all three for my studies but, I tend to use DRAE more since it is short, sweet and to the point. Do you know other reliable Spanish dictionaries out there? Perhaps a better one in Spain? Definiciona – Definición y etimología de las palabras DEFINICIONA.COM DECEL - Diccionario Etimológico Castellano en Línea ETIMOLOGIAS.DECHILE.NET Esta página revela la etimología de más de catorce-mil p
  19. Had an idea to start this topic because it would be really interesting to hear about what people in other parts of the world use for healing. I know some remedies myself, that I have learned from my mother and grandmother. Please do not get discouraged if you can not find the herb or the specific item in your country (or it is very expensive) because there is usually couple of alternatives (for example in USA witch hazel is popular for healing wounds but it does not grow here in my country, we use yarrow and plantago here).
  20. Tendré que echarle un vistazo. Claro que nunca he tenido impresora. Si Dios decide salvarme esta vez también, quisiera comprar una. Ya llevo tiempo pensándolo.
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