Thyself do grace to them and bring them in.

This raises another question about meal etiquette. Is doing grace to the ambassadors continuing the theme of the great feast? Is there a saying of grace at a meal? Does it happen at the top of the meals as it does in a lot of American families? Or does it, perhaps, come along with the fruit? As in, “Thanks dear Lord for the great feast we’ve just enjoyed and before we finish up with this fruit, we wanted to give you a shout out.”

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