He was not a coward. No, not in many things. But he had an irrational fear, a foreboding almost, that someone might kill him to get at Sarah.
Beef braised in a chipotle and wine sauce until fork pull-apart tender, is perfect for that burrito, rice bowl, taco, or salad. Just add your favorite toppings.
Abraham and Sarah saw the smoke rise up from the valley, and the acrid smell of sulfur and burning filled the air. Just the day before, Abraham had entertained the three visitors. The Lord had said to Abraham, “I have heard a great outcry from Sodom and Gomorrah. I am going down to see if their actions are as wicked as I have heard.”
More concept than “recipe,” this simple salad is infinitely adaptable. Experiment with your favorite flavor combinations. Serve as a side salad (great summer side for grilled meat) or topping for greens. Add more protein (animal, dairy, or plant based) for a complete meal.
In his faithful love he promises to rebuild us, to repair what we have torn with our own two hands. He cleans our filthy wounds encrusted with the blood guilt of our rebellion. He gives us back our dead, restores what the moth has eaten. He transforms our dry deserts into fruitful gardens. He breaks our chains, clothes us, and calls us his own. He brings us home and fills our hungry souls with what is good. This is the faithful love of our Lord.