Wednesday, November 21, 2012

On Eat Ye That Which God Hath Made Lawful: As a token of His grace

After we got home from Shadi's Thanksgiving devotional, Bonita and I watched a new episode of "Alaska: The Last Frontier" that included a segment on killing two turkeys, "Thanksgiving" and "Christmas," for food for winter. That segment made me think of the video clip below, I recorded a year ago. There are no dietary restrictions in the Baha'i Faith. Want ham for Thanksgiving? No problem. Turkey? Have at it.
Eat ye of that which God hath made lawful unto you and do not shun meat. God hath, as a token of His grace, granted you leave to partake thereof save during a brief period.

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