Who will give us meat to eat?

by AGuest 37 Replies latest jw friends

  • DarioKehl

    "Who wants my MAN MEAT?"

    --Michael Scott

  • watersprout

    Thank you Shelby (the greatest love and peace to you!)

    Peace my sister

  • Heaven

    For me, it's primarily these guys:

    ChickenturkeyHereford Cattle



    Good Morning Shelby!..

    Love the thread..

    It has a Warm and Comforting Feel to it..

    But you Know me!..

    I think we should hook Jesus up with Colonel Sanders..

    Bread and Wine...Bucket of Chicken..

    It could work..

    ........................ ...OUTLAW

  • cofty

    If god wanted us to be vegetarian why did he make the animals out of meat?

    If god wanted us to be vegetarian why did he make the animals out of meat?.....Cofty

    If you Eat Animals that Eat Vegetables..

    It all works out..

    ........................ ...OUTLAW

  • MrFreeze

    I must admit, I would have been one of the complainers in the Exodus account. Then again, I do really like bread when I go out to restaurants.

  • bohm

    if you like the animal, why do you eat its food

  • AGuest
    Bread and wine... bucket of chicken

    But there WAS "chicken", dear OUTLAW (the greatest of love and peace to you!). Well, okay, quail... which was the equivalent ("Mmmmmm... what's THIS Moses? Quail, you say? Well, doo-dah... could'a fooled me: tastes just like chicken!) LOLOLOL!

    Ummmm, quail was "meat", dear Cofty (peace to you!). Well... poultry. Protein...

    Peace... quails (aka chickens)!

    SA, on her own...

  • thetrueone

    Did the Most Holy One of Israel really call His Household out of "slavery"... only to leave it to perish in the "wilderness"? Or will He not keep His promise and lead that House... by HIS Light... all the way to the "promised land"?

    No human self survival instincts took over.

    The history of gods saving mankind in times of trouble have all been utter failures

    Hence this makes it prudent for mankind to rely on himself for the sake of humanity's survival.

    Human ignorance is the tragedy of humanity's perils.

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