These people said they worshipped God, but in reality, they worshipped their own appetites.  What?  Don’t look at me like that, Kate.  You’re on the screen for the next question.

(Missy: And how did I get involved?)

    You were in the room.  The eighteenth question of the lesson, and thus the eighth question of the hard mode to come, regards a few verses at the start of chapter 4.

(Keb: I see where this is going.)

(Missy: Not cool, sir.)

Ha ha!  Cooperation, please, ladies.  What two quarreling women did Paul try to reach out to in chapter 4?

-Euodias and Syntyche-

-Mary and Martha-

-Lydia and Rhoda-

-Tabitha and Dorcas-