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Passover Dogs

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Passover Dogs

Postby gramps curtis » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:47 pm

I notice several of you folks connect dogs with your content or avatar...

We've all told the story many times of the Egypt Passover Plague, and seen the image of Jesus standing at the door with no knob.

Have you noticed in your Bible feeding how dogs were an important part of the picture; the event? Take a look at Exodus 11:7 and you'll see a remarkable difference, I hope.

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Postby Shann » Mon Mar 29, 2010 7:49 pm

That is pretty powerful to think not a single dog barked at the Israelites. I've never noticed that before. It could make an interesting take on the story-maybe telling the passover from the POV of a dog. Thanks for an inspiration for the mini challenge!

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