Adventists reminded not to prepare burnt offerings for Sabbath potluck

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LOMA LINDA, Calif. — Leading Adventist nutritionists are reminding Adventists that burnt offerings are “no longer a thing” and should not make appearances at Sabbath potlucks.

“Do not try to bring back Old Testament practices just because you might be a bit more distracted than usual this week,” said Adventist Nutritional Association spokesperson, Kareem Paye.

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“If you forget your casserole in the oven for too long as you do your Friday afternoon potluck prep, throw it out and just bring a tub of Little Debbies to church tomorrow.”

Paye said that after a stressful week nobody should be taking out their fears about the future on fellow church members at potluck.

“Distraction has a way of making Special K Loaf a little too special for human consumption.”

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3 Comments

  1. Richard mills

    You must have been to my church last week. We have burnt offerings every week . I hate these sin offerings. Bring me them LIttle Debbie’s. Never burnt. Not quite sinful. Yummmmy!!!

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