Is it wrong to make devil's food cupcakes for a Bible study?

Is it wrong to make devil's food cupcakes for a Bible study?

Well? What do you think? Is it wrong to make devil's food cupcakes for a Bible Study?

Nah... I think it's an awesome idea.

You see, tomorrow is my birthday, but I have to work. I also need a treat for tonight's Bible study, and I want chocolate cupcakes; devil's food to be exact.

It's my birthday, AND I'm the one doing the baking, so I get to choose, right?

Well, that got me to thinking about whether or not it's OK to have devil's food cupcakes at my Bible study. The resounding response on my Facebook page was, "Yes!"

(I was shocked by the number of people suddenly interested in studying the book of James).

Then, I started thinking about other items that could be unusual additions to certain get-togethers.

So, can you....

...bring deviled eggs to a church picnic?

...bring caviar to a baby shower? What about pound cake?

...bring a jello mould to a wake or funeral? What about death-by-chocolate cake?

...bring Hasenpfeffer to an Easter celebration?

...bring venison to a Christmas party?

...put out sour grapes for a Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers game night?

...hand out bittersweet chocolates at a wedding shower?

...have lemons and lemonade at a divorce party? What about a bowl of cherries?

...make angel food cake for a Halloween party?

...serve punch to Ray Rice and his wife? (Too soon?)

I'd love to hear what items you can come up with!

Tonight, though, we will have devil's food cupcakes with cream cheese frosting while we study the book of James from the Bible. Sounds about right to me!

Proverbs 15:15 (CEB)

15 All the days of the needy are hard, but a happy heart has a continual feast.

Psalm 126:2 (ESV)

2 Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with shouts of joy; then they said among the nations, “The Lord has done great things for them.”

Source: Biblegateway.com

What else would you add to this list?

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