Revival Sermons

Prayer and Personal Testimonies => Share Your Favorite Bible Texts => Topic started by: ColporteurK on May 25, 2014, 07:46:19 AM

Title: Patriarchs and Prophets quote
Post by: ColporteurK on May 25, 2014, 07:46:19 AM
 This quote of course is not a text but I thought it fit in as well on this thread as any other thread. The word usage of Mrs. White it most interesting. I doubt she had knowledge of the future double meaning of a particular word in this quote. See if you can find the word I'm referring to. We read the quote this morning as my family is reading through Patriarchs and Prophets during worship time.

"The sons-in-law of Lot were making merry at the fears and warnings of the weak-minded old man. Suddenly and unexpectedly as would be a thunder peal from an unclouded sky, the tempest broke. The Lord rained brimstone and fire out of heaven upon the cities and the fruitful plain; its palaces and temples, costly dwellings, gardens and vineyards, and the gay, pleasure-seeking throngs that only the night before had insulted the messengers of heaven--all were consumed." PP. page 157-8
Title: Re: Patriarchs and Prophets quote
Post by: Tammy on May 25, 2014, 08:00:30 AM
gay
Title: Re: Patriarchs and Prophets quote
Post by: ColporteurK on May 25, 2014, 08:02:41 AM

 Isn't that interesting ?