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Can you name the the HTTP response that corresponds with the Biblical clue?
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Enter HTTP Response:
HTTP Response Name
Jesus got killed, came back to life, then ascended. But apparently he's coming back again, so that ascent was merely a THIS.
Some ladies showed up to sprinkle Jesus' corpse with spices and such even though they had no plan for moving that massive stone door. Didn't matter, it was moved and he was 410.
Though his father looked for him, Joseph was THIS. Probably because his hilarious brothers sold him. Good one, bros!
God told Abraham to kill his son. Abraham was pretty cool with it even though he realized it was a total 400.
The people of Sodom were all like, 'This is freaking awesome.' But God was all, 'Just like MC Hammer's credit cards, your lifestyle is THIS.'
That Eve chick meets one stupid snake and all of a sudden she just has to eat THIS fruit.
Mary and Joseph thought they would stay at an inn and go ahead and birth the world's Savior there, but there was no room. So they were 301ed to the stable.
Moses got these 10 rules out of nowhere. Bummed about the adultery thing, his followers hoped they could still stone sinners. Moses gave a thumbs up and said it was still A-__.
Psalm 107:4 - They wandered in the wilderness in a solitary way; they ______ no city to dwell in.
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