6/07/2009

Through the Bible in A Year

 


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I am back to reading full time. Not sure how or exactly when I got off the track but back on and full steam ahead! I like to study the word not just read it so it takes me a long time to get through a passage sometimes. Thus the long post! I plan to be at 50 percent by end of July.


Apr 9: 1Sam 4-8  
Apr 10: 1Sam 9-12


Goodlier, goodly ( found this error in the online bible. Was suppose to be godly!)
Apr 11: 1Sam 13-14


Mattocks: a digging and grubbing tool with features of an adze and an ax or pick


 Coulter A blade or wheel attached to the beam of a plow that makes vertical cuts in the soil in advance of the plowshare.


Set the goads: http://bible.cc/1_samuel/13-21.htm  goads A long stick with a pointed end used for prodding animals http://www.keyway.ca/htm2006/20060110.htm 


And Jonathan said to the young man that bare his armor, Come, and let us go over unto the garrison of these uncircumcised: it may be that Jehovah will work for us; for there is no restraint to Jehovah to save by many or by few.  Samuel 14:6


I love the above verse! Jonathan really trusted in the Lord with all his heart and knew God could save with a few or with many.



Apr 12: 1Sam 15-17


I liked this commentary on Sauls repentance.  ( or lack of true repentance to God)


There were several signs of hypocrisy in Saul's repentance. 1. He besought Samuel only, and seemed most anxious to stand right in his opinion, and to gain his favour. 2. He excuses his fault, even when confessing it; that is never the way of a true penitent. 3. All his care was to save his credit, and preserve his interest in the people. Men are fickle and alter their minds, feeble and cannot effect their purposes; something happens they could not foresee, by which their measures are


 


broken; but with God it is not so. The Strength of Israel will not lie. (1Sa 15:32-35)


six cubits and a span ( just what does that mean!) http://home.teleport.com/~salad/4god/cubit.htm  http://epistlesofthomas.wordpress.com/2007/07/05/how-tall-was-goliath/
Apr 13: 1Sam 18-20; Ps 11/59

1 comment:

  1. ThreeLittleLadiesJune 17, 2009 at 6:14 AM

    Here's the recipe you requested! I got it off the net, so it isn't my original, but I didn't keep the original addy. Sorry! I hope you are having a great day!


    Gluten Free Corndogs

    Corn dogs are pretty easy to make gluten-free. Mix:


    1 cup gluten-free flour (I used ½ pancake mix, ½ sorghum flour mix)

    1/2 cup corn meal

    1/2 cup corn flour (finely ground corn meal)

    1 tsp baking soda

    1 tsp salt

    1 tsp xanthan gum

    1 egg beaten with 1/2 cup milk (I ended up using at least a cup more milk. The first ½-1 cup was kefir)

    pinch of sugar


    Mix until well blended. You may need to add a bit more milk (I don't measure my milk and so I'm just guessing on that 1/2 cup.) You want a batter that will coat your hotdogs when they are dipped, the coating should be about 1/4" thick, any thicker and the batter will not cook all of the way before it burns on the outside, too thin and there will be bald spots where the batter splits away from the hotdog during frying.


    Heat oil to 350 degrees. Use corn or safflower oil for even cooking.


    rinse hot dogs. pat dry, toss dogs with a little corn starch to coat them. Slide a wooden dowel down into the hotdog about 1/3 of the way. Dip the hotdog into the batter making sure the coating gets on the dowel stick a bit. This keeps the coating on the hotdog better during frying. Place the coated dog immediately into the hot oil. Cook until light golden brown, about 2 or 3 minutes. Drain on paper towels. (if you want to cook a lot of corndogs, don't fry them quite so golden. Just let the coating firm up then remove and drain. Freeze corn dogs on a baking sheet until solid then transfer to a freezer bag. To heat, you can put them in a 400 degree oven or refry them.


    If you cannot eat corn, try sorghum flour as a substitute for all of the corn flour and arrow root powder or potato starch as a sub for the corn starch.


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