Friday, September 30, 2005

Chicken Ritz

Dip boneless, skinless chicken breasts in melted butter. Then dredge in a crumb mixture which is made from 1 lb of Ritz Crackers crumbled and stirred with 1/2 cup grated Parmeson Cheese.

Bake for 20 - 25 minutes on foil-lined baking sheet in an oven which has been preheated to 325.

Planned-over meal from this recipe: Homemade Chick Fil-A Sandwich

On a fresh bun, layer mayo, lettuce, tomato, and pickle before adding warm 1/4 chicken breast. Serve with chips and coleslaw.

Many moons ago, this chicken was served with a sauce, which I never prepare now. But for the sake of posterity, here it is - 1 can condensed mushroom soup and 8 oz sour cream. Stir together and warm over low heat.

Sunday, September 18, 2005

News Flash

The most important thing that one can do this week is sit under and listen to the preaching of the Word of God. What was proclaimed in the sermon you heard this morning?

Despite the fact that I heard lectures all weekend from some of the most important Christian theologians/preachers/evangelists in the US, despite the fact that a Supreme Court nominee is being questioned for his *fitness*, despite the fact that two of my daughters participated in the GSU Honor Chorus this weekend, NOTHING surpassed the sermon I heard on the exposition of the Word of God, found in Amos.

Pray that in this time of famine of sound hearing and preaching, which represents God's judgment on our apostate culture, that many more would be convicted not only to hear and but also to preach.

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Monday, September 05, 2005

Labor Day*s*

Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work. Exodus 20:9

Dont get me wrong; I love Monday mail to sift through. But do turn your attention to Chuck Colson's commentary today. Be mindful that being *able* to work six days and rest on the seventh is a blessing.

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