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Posted on 07/02/2007 6:00:57 PM PDT by laurenmarlowe
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July 3, 2007
The people kept shouting, The voice of a god and not of a man! Then immediately an angel of the Lord struck him. Acts 12:22-23
King Herod, dressed in his royal apparel, delivered an oration to an audience eager to win his favor. He reveled in their flattering response. [This is] the voice of a god and not of a man! shouted the crowd (Acts 12:22). Fear and awe of the one true God should have led him to protest, but he didnt. For his failure to give glory to God, he was immediately struck by an angel of the Lord. He suffered an excruciating death because of his lack of reverence for God.
Paul and Barnabas, on the other hand, had such a great reverence for God that they nearly panicked at the thought of being worshiped (Acts 14:14-15). Upon seeing the apostle Paul miraculously heal a man who had been crippled from birth, the onlookers shouted, The gods have come down to us in the likeness of men! Then they prepared to offer sacrifices to Paul and Barnabas (vv.11-13). When the apostles heard this, they tore their clothes and ran in among the multitude, crying out, . . . Why are you doing these things? (vv.14-15).
In these contrasting biblical accounts, we see a solemn call to give God reverence in our irreverent world. He is the only one who is worthy of glory, praise, and honor. He is the only one who merits our worship.
Ping! New thread is up!
Grilled salmon, with Pappy’s seasoning on both sides. Mmm!
Hamburgers and hotdogs.
The only downfall is also a wasted beer or two!
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I like Curly's ribs, and steak's always good.
Now, if I had a good recipe for grilled pork chops, I'd be happy. ("Good" also means "easy for a klutz like me".)
Some of the best sausage on planet earth is made by the Earl Campbel meat company. His spicy links can be found in the midwest, but I can still get them here in California here and there. Great stuff. Here is his website—
C'mon, you can probably guess already, if you know anything about me . . .
A sandwich of roast beef, sliced about 1/8' thick and piled high, hickory smoked, with the proprietary sauce of a local eatery.
My favourite BBQ? Korean, of course! LOL!
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