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Old 04-15-2008, 05:52 AM
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Re: MY EDUCATION OF TASTE - By Pastor James L. Gro

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You know Chicken liver is good,I like it.The beef liver is good also.
Maybe you didn't get the memo, my good brother. There is no such thing as good liver. Unless, as I said, its still in the body serving its purpose. And thats MY opinion and I'm stickin' to it.
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Re: MY EDUCATION OF TASTE - By Pastor James L. Gro

Bro. Groce writes another excellent article. If he preaches like he writes he would have to be a joy to listen too.

Thanks Bro. Groce for another excellent article and hope you will bless us with another.
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Re: MY EDUCATION OF TASTE - By Pastor James L. Gro

Excellent article, Brother Groce!!! Thank you!!!

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I therefore wonder if there is a connection in how people formulate preconceived “tastes” in regards to the things of God? Psalms 34:8a says,” O taste and see that the LORD is good:” That verse seems to tell me that there are a LOT of preconceived ideas about God, His Church and all things related that can only be changed by a personal “tasting.”

The people returned to the woman at the well to inform her that they first went to see Jesus because of what she said, but now they had seen and heard Him for themselves. I am certain a lot of preconceived “tastes” were changed by that personal experience.
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Excellent article, Brother Groce!!! Thank you!!!
Yes Indeed! Love reading his stuff and hope to hear more!!!
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Re: MY EDUCATION OF TASTE - By Pastor James L. Gro

Well written ; good thoughts; hope to see more.
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Re: MY EDUCATION OF TASTE - By Pastor James L. Gro

I spent many years in the Panhandle of Florida and yes, Mullet is a staple there. Acquired taste is something that I worked on because southern people ate much different from the Yankees I was raised with.

Good short story and easy to relate to. Would love to read more of Bro. Groce's articles.

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Do chickens think rubber humans are funny?
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Do chickens think rubber humans are funny?
Why do they call them doggie bags when they are for humans?
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If I cat nap in the day, do cats people nap at night?
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