TRY IT OUT :D

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Something I came up with doing my study on capitalism.  Don’t want to just toss it so have some fun.  Keeping this short because I don’t want to be VERBOSE (Word of the day – Merriam Webster).

  1. Luke                        ______a. Pharisee, ruler of the Jews (See John 3:1.)
  2. Nicodemus             ______b. Priest (See Luke 1:5.)
  3. Simon                      ______c. Physician (See Col. 4:14.)
  4. Zacharias                ______d. Beggar (See Mark 10:46.)
  5. Paul                          ______e. Tanner (See Acts 9:43.)
  6. Matthew (Levi)       ______f. Tentmaker (See Acts 18:1–3.)
  7. Joseph                      ______g. Carpenter (See Matt. 1:18Matt. 13:55.)
  8. Lydia                       ______h. Tax collector (publican) (See Matt. 9:9Luke 5:27.)
  9. Bartimaeus             ______i. Centurion (See Acts 10:1.)
  10. Cornelius                 ______j. Seller of purple (dye) (See Acts 16:14.)

 

  1. Zebedee                  ______a. Slave
  2. Anna                        ______b. Prophetess
  3. Dorcas                      ______c. Tax Collector
  4. Simon                      ______d. Sorcerer
  5. Zacchaeus               ______e. Dress Maker
  6. Pricilla                     ______f. Tent Maker
  7. Martha                     ______g. Homemaker
  8. Onesimus                ______h. Fisherman

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About oneta hayes

ABOUT ME Hello. To various folks I am Neat’nee, Mom, Grandma Neta, Gramma, Aunt Neta, Aunt Noni, Aunt Neno, and Aunt Neto (lots of varieties from little nieces and nephews). To some I’m more like “Didn’t you used to be my teacher?” or “Don’t I know you from someplace?” To you, perhaps, I am a Fellow Blogger. Not “fellow” like a male or a guy, but “fellow” like a companion or an adventurer. I would choose to be Grandma Blogger, and have you pull up a chair, my website before you, while I tell you of some days of yore. I have experienced life much differently than most of you. It was and is a good life. I hope to share nuggets of appreciation for those who have gone before me and those who come after me. By necessity you are among those who come after me and I will tell you of those who came before. Once upon a time in a little house on a prairie - oops, change that lest I commit plagiarism - and change that “house on the prairie” to “dugout on the prairie.” So my story begins...
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20 Responses to TRY IT OUT :D

  1. Roos Ruse says:

    Looks like my kind of fun. I saved this for later. Class and a deadline presently looming close by.

  2. Yinglan says:

    I feel like I should know this. Those names look familiar. Gurr… I should pay more attention in Bible study.

  3. pranabaxom says:

    So everyone had a trade. Unemoyment was zero, I suppose.

    • oneta hayes says:

      Don’t think so. But I have no idea what the governments role was. I have no reason to believe they had any concern. Families were intended to care for their own; the church was involved in caring for those whose who did not have family support. That’s the reason deacons were chosen – to care for the widows who were having some conflict among themselves and the disciples needed help to “serve the widows” Neither Capitalism nor Socialism can ensure that everyone has a job. If one wants a job assigned to him, Socialism would do that, I think. However, Capitalism is doing quite well on employment in the USA right now. Thanks for throwing questions at me. Extends my thinking. 😀

  4. Thanks for the fun, and a good review. I’m not sure “beggar” would count as employment, but I do notice that Bartimaeus was not expecting the government to support him, via tax payers. He was appealing to the compassion of VOLUNTARY givers. 😉

  5. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    I’M GAME FOR THIS GAME–ARE YOU?

  6. A GAME-ACTIVITY OF BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS! 🙂

  7. Faye says:

    I liked this interesting post. Not usually fond of ‘on line puzzles but enjoyed this one). Thanks.

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