From: Theodore H Mann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun May 16 1999 - 15:50:50 EDT
Was existing in that place a man,
Being withered is having the hand.
(Would the) Savior offend
by attempting to mend
(On the) Sabbath? And break the command?
(Yes), there in that place was a man,
Being withered in soul as in hand.
(And I) sure wish I knew
(who the) "they" in verse two
represents. Can a Conrad expand?
Rejoice in your hearts for that man !!
Restored both in soul and in hand !!
(Was the) (1) whole congrega-
tion, or (2) FARISAIOI, pa-
tiently waiting to bring reprimand?
I hope no one tells me this is an inappropriate posting !! :-)
Dr. Theodore "Ted" Mann
Orchard Lake, Michigan
On Sun, 16 May 1999 11:21:59 PDT "George Blaisdell" <email@example.com>
>After great wresting and gnatsching of teeth...
>Was existing in that place a man,
>Being withered is having the hand.
>No hope did he have
>For his hand's healing salve,
>'Til the Annointed
>I know the drill ~
>Yaargh!! Delete!! Quick!! :+)
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