Anyone else disappointed at how solar walkway lights perform?
I don’t want to see the lights – I want to see the path, the area around the lights to be illuminated.
Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path.
They were the police, the jury, and the executioner all in one.
They were The Commissioners.
So maybe he’s not the executioner. But he will approve your sentence and then hear your appeal and decide if he agrees with himself or with you.
Then I charged your judges at that time, saying, “Hear the cases between your fellow countrymen, and judge righteously between a man and his fellow countryman, or the alien who is with him.”
I found some promotional material for Cedarville University.
These VHS tapes are still wrapped in their original plastic. I’m sure they’re in good shape.
I have one from while it was still called Cedarville College and one from after the name change to Cedarville University.
I recognize some of these people from when I was there:
I also recognize that computer from the mid 1990s.
If you know anyone who might be interested in Cedarville but is stuck somewhere with only a VCR, let me know and I’ll see about having these tapes shipped to him.
For I give you sound teaching;
Do not abandon my instruction.
Subtitle: in which I improve the government’s records
Allow me to introduce to you the 2014 SFS List of Baby Names that Combine Similar Pronunciations. That baby name list is the place to go in case you are wondering what are the most popular baby names in 2014 regardless of how they are spelled. The Social Security baby name list does not adjust the rankings based on alternate spellings (like Catherine/Katherine), but SFS does.
It was just Mother’s Day, so the SSA released the name rankings for 2014. Coming out of nowhere, Jackson is the most popular boy’s name in the US. The reigning champion for the last 8 years, Aiden, has been defeated. No controversy for the girls – it’s Sophia again.
- There was a lot of change at the top for the boys. Not only did the top name change, but 2 names left the top 5 and were replaced with different names.
- The top 9 names for the girls are the same as 2013, it’s just Emma and Olivia swapped spots
- Noah is once again the highest-ranked boy’s name that has no spelling variations.
- Girl names still have more spelling variations than boy names (291/1000 vs. 207/1000 alternates)
- The boys still have the name with the highest number of alternate spellings (Aiden with 9 vs. Madelyn/Liliana/Layla/Kaitlyn with 6 each)
- Sophia is still the runaway favorite for the girls, but the gap is closing. Sophia is on the decline
Click on the link above and peruse to your heart’s content!
Now he called his name Noah, saying, “This one will give us rest from our work and from the toil of our hands arising from the ground which the Lord has cursed.”
My wife does a fair bit of baking. So we have bags of flour sitting around. I happened to read the back of one of them, and this is what it says:
Did you see the fifth item on the list: “high gluten”? I was somewhat surprised to see that on there.
Maybe they didn’t get the memo that nobody is supposed to like gluten anymore.
Or maybe they figured that if they put gluten in the middle of a list of good things, people might skip over it.
Or maybe they figured that people who know how to make bread know that gluten helps it.
On a related note: any ideas where all the gluten goes that they take out of food to make it gluten-free?
So Abraham hurried into the tent to Sarah, and said, “Quickly, prepare three measures of fine flour, knead it and make bread cakes.”
- They’re both fruit.
- They’re both roundishly shaped.
- They both have seeds. But that’s kind of redundant given point #1.
- They both grow on trees.
- They’re a similar size.
- They both rot.
- They both make juice.
- They’re both delicious.
I don’t see why it’s a problem. Why can’t people do this?
Like apples of gold in settings of silver
Is a word spoken in right circumstances.
Not that there’s much difference, but the intent was Modern Trials of Witches, not Trials of Modern Witches.
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