> That is not what it says. It says, "Eat meat sparingly and
> they should
> not be used only in times of winter or hunger." To me that
> clearly means
> that we should not limit our use of these things to winter or
> hunger. But
> that we are to eat meat sparingly at all times.
> John W. Redelfs
Your comments piqued my curiosity because I had always had a different
interpretation of that verse. You neglected to include the comma in
your quote and I'm wondering if you think it changes the meaning.
And it is pleasing unto me that they should not be used, only in times
of winter, or of cold, or famine.
With the comma after "used," I interpret the verse to mean that the Lord
is pleased when we use meat in times of winter, cold, or famine -- not
as you said, "sparingly at all times."
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