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Wesley Lives on Apple-Tea
... Chapter 7. Severe Weather; Ireland; Wesley's Protest against Lawlessness
cWesley and Faith-healing Wesley Lives on Apple-tea. Sunday ...
/.../wesley/the journal of john wesley/wesley lives on apple-tea.htm

The Right to the Ordinary Safeguards of Good Health
... Quickly start the fire, daughter, and heat water for tea! Oh"" a sudden
thought struck her, "we have no tea leaves in the house! ...
/...//christianbookshelf.org/williamson/have we no rights/chapter 3 the right to.htm

The Right to My Own Time
... We sat on benches that were about eight inches wide, and sipped "tea" that could
be called so only by courtesy; since, having no tea leaves, they had instead ...
/...//christianbookshelf.org/williamson/have we no rights/chapter 6 the right to.htm

He came to his Own.
... But""she would always finish her talk as they sat over the tea by saying, half to
herself, really more to herself than to the little group, with a half ...
/.../gordon/quiet talks on johns gospel/he came to his own.htm

Wesley in the Fens
... One thing in particular I learned here, the real nature of the tea tree.
I was informed 1) that the green and the bohea are of quite ...
/.../christianbookshelf.org/wesley/the journal of john wesley/wesley in the fens.htm

Nanny was not Fit to be Moved for Some Time Yet...
... I was sitting up, with my table before me ready for my tea. Her hand looked
so pretty in its blue glove, that I was tempted to stroke it. ...
/.../macdonald/at the back of the north wind/chapter 30 nanny was not.htm

Petty Dishonesty.
... If you went to a shop and asked for a pound of tea, and were given something which
was not tea, or tea which weighed less than a pound, you would be dealt with ...
/.../the village pulpit volume ii trinity to advent/xlvi petty dishonesty.htm

... Tea has become the most valuable product of the province. Tea-planting was
commenced at the instance of Government, under its direction ...
/.../kennedy/life and work in benares and kumaon 1839-1877/chapter xx kumaon.htm

With the Rev. William Burns
... After tea and further rest, we would go with our native helpers to some tea-shop,
where several hours might be spent in free conversation with the people. ...
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Man Proposes, God Disposes
... servant to follow with the men, who made frequent stoppages to rest; and on reaching
a city through which we had to pass, I waited for them in a tea-shop just ...
//christianbookshelf.org/taylor/a retrospect/chapter xiii man proposes god.htm

Topical Bible Verses
Matthew 11:18-19
For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, He has a devil.



Drink Offering

Drink offering for Public Sacrifices Provided by the State

Drink offering: Antiquity of

Drink offering: Idolaters often Used Blood For

Drink offering: Idolatrous Jews: Offered to the Queen of Heaven

Drink offering: Idolatrous Jews: Reproved for offering, to Idols

Drink offering: Illustrative of The: Devotedness of Ministers

Drink offering: Illustrative of The: Offering of Christ

Drink offering: Illustrative of The: Pouring out of the Spirit

Drink offering: Not Poured on the Altar of Incense

Drink offering: Omission of, Caused by Bad Vintage

Drink offering: Quantity Appointed to be Used for Each Kind of Sacrifice

Drink offering: Sacrifices Accompanied By

Drink offering: Vanity of offering, to Idols


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