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ss nucleus - autumn 1996,  Know Your Bible 19

Know Your Bible 19


  1. God's ordinances come out of the mouth, but are sweeter than honeycomb... and more precious than gold. (Ps 19:9-10)
  2. The writer of Proverbs likens the adulterer to a man walking on hot coals. Actions have consequences, and sin always leads to judgement, often in this life. (Pr 6:27-29; Ps 7:11)
  3. Paul recommends wine as a digestive aid for Timothy's 'stomach and (his) frequent illnesses'. (1 Tim 5:23) Recent studies suggest that the antibacterial activity of wine against enteropathogens protects against traveller's diarrhoea in a similar way to bismuth salicylate. (Weisse, M. Wine as a digestive aid BMJ 1995; 311:1657-60)

Know Your Bible 20

  1. Where does the Bible make mention of 'hot food' and drug reps?
  2. Which biblical character leapt for joy in the womb when his relative came to visit?
  3. Who had a daughter called 'not loved' and why?
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