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hulsey
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I don't think Santana's mind was in the gutter, It seemed like an honest question to me; albeit a delicate subject, but still an honest question nevertheless.

[edit] Granted, there could have been a better way to ask, perhaps through pm's but I'm not going to judge the intentions of the post in that I don't think any harm or irreverence was intended.


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SI Moderator - Jeremy Hulsey

 2009/8/25 19:20Profile
Santana
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Thanks Hulsey, maybe I could've worded it a little bit different, your right.

Someone said that I should be occupying my time with more important things but this is still the bible; another verse to disect.

I want to know what led him to go into a cave where his enemy was. There's no vulgarity here.


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Leonardo Santana

 2009/8/26 13:04Profile
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It would help me to have Book/Chapter/Verse posted for scripture to be considered. Not that my time is important but it is limited. :-)

I would like to check in my Matthew Henry Commentary and see what is there.

Thanks,
white stone


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Janice

 2009/8/26 13:21Profile









 Re: Did Saul go into the cave to use the men's room?

When one is walking for a long time, particurlay with uncovered feet in a desert climate, no boots etc, cracks begin to develop. Our skin harbor many harmful bacteria's, the feet are vulnerable to such bacteria's and a good way to disinfect such areas are to use urine. Gross as it sounds, urine, one's own, has amazing properties in this regards.

I found this out the hard way, as I contracted a very nasty life threatening Strep Group B Blood infection in my left instep, however in 2008 the doctors used a cocktail of 3 antibiotics to combat this fell bacteria, but in 1000 BC, we didnt have such medicine...thats my read on this, AND I believe no question, innocently and earnestly asked is inappropriate in regards to God's Holy Word. Our Father loves when we pursue the knowledge of His Word, thats my conviction.

God bless you dear brother, neil

ps. I also believe that a man, who has a rural area to relieve one's self should always use the great outdoors, rather than waste precious water. Women , of course, have different needs.

 2009/8/26 13:29
ginnyrose
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Sandra Miller

 2009/8/26 15:09Profile









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Now ccchhhrrriiisss, you really didn't think that it would be left at that did you? (snicker).

If whoever started this thread considers it a good question thats fine by me. I would lean toward the cold feet definition; however I could be and probably am wrong.

 2009/8/26 17:31
ccchhhrrriiisss
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thingsabove wrote:
Now ccchhhrrriiisss, you really didn't think that it would be left at that did you? (snicker).

If whoever started this thread considers it a good question thats fine by me. I would lean toward the cold feet definition; however I could be and probably am wrong.



lol

Yes, I understand the human propensity for discussing such things. For me, there are certain things that just aren't that important to know.

Saul went into a cave. Whether he went in there to take a nap, massage his feet, or, well, relieve himself -- the important thing was that he went into a cave and simply "relieved" himself. Who knows what he did in that cave? Saul...and God. Me?

I'm just not that concerned about what Saul was doing when David cut off a piece of his robe.

:-P


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