The Bible...Did you know? Number 1

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July 12, 2012 8:28pm CST
The covering for the tabernacle was make out of ram skins and sea cow hides. Exodus 36:19 Joseph's brothers didn't sell him directly to the Egyptians. The sold him to some Midianites who sold him to Potiphar in Egypt. Gen 38:36 When Elisha learned that Jericho had bad water, he made it better by throwing in salt water. 2 Kings 2:21 People we not given permission to eat meat until after the Flood. Gen 9:3 King Saul's wife was named Ahinoam. 1 Samuel 14:50
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@anklesmash (1416)
19 Jul 12
I already knew that the people were only allowed to eat meat after the flood.I also assumed that Joshua's brothers didn't sell him directly to the Egyptians but that's just my knowledge of how the slave trade tends to work a third party tends to catch slaves or buy them from whoever caught them and then sells them on to whoever needs the slaves to work for them.