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TMK what say bro? That s kosher Purim food? :)

Blaine

 2014/3/16 14:35
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Don't know about kosher, but definitely jewish. I used to go to a Jewish bagel shop in the morning for coffee and they sold these during Purim. They are little cookies with a fruit filling that are designed to look like Haman's hat. How they know what Haman's hat looked like, I have no idea.


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Todd

 2014/3/16 19:56Profile









 Re: TMK

Hey bro. Sound good. Glad we got the freedim to eat them. But then we got the freedom inJesus to enjoy a ham sandwich. Though I would not eat one in the presence of a Jew or a Moslem. :)

Blaine

 2014/3/16 20:14









 Re: Phillipians 3:8

Phil. 3:8
More than that I count all things to be loss in view of the surpassing value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord, for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and count them but rubbish and that I make in Christ.

A very interesting statement coming from one who once described himself as the Hebrew of Hebrews. Indeed if anyone could boast of his Hebrew roots Paul could. Read his resume in Phil. 3:5-6 and any modern day Messianic Jew or Christian would be proud.

Yet the Messianic folks either ignore or stumble over Phil. 3:8. Paul regarded his Jewish heritage as "rubbish". Some translations use "dung" in place of rubbish. Rubbish is nothing. Certainly nothing in God`s eyes.

Paul regarded his Jewish heritage as getting in the way of knowing Christ. Indeed his roots were in Jesus and not his Hebrew lineage.

Something to think about for those believers who ho gaga over things Jewish.

My thoughts.

Blaine

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 2014/3/21 17:05





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