Prophets - Sons of
--Rod and Staff
Strain Gnats & Swallow Camels
--Tears in a Bottle
--Three Days & Three Nights
Thorns and Grain
Twigs Up the Nose
Walls - Untendered
Vinegar and Corn
Weights and Measures
Yahweh and Jehovah
Bath - Washing
Text: 2 Samuel 11:2. "It came to pass in an eventide, that David arose
from off his bed, and walked upon the roof of the king's house: and from the
roof he saw a woman washing herself."
The act of bathing is one of mankind's oldest behaviors that was performed
out of a need to be clean and for the sake of comfort. [...]
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