I'm also doing ribs - pork baby back ribs:
Marinade the ribs in apple cider vinegar for an hour.
Dry the ribs well on paper towel then rub with (hehehehe my secret rub . . . I know some of the ingredients, but not all as I get part of it from a mix from a place on the internet):
A touch of Chili powder
A spoon full of "Timmie's Prime Rib Rub"
Mix and rub on the meat . . . just a light coating - let the meat rest with the rub on for 1/2 hour, then grill as low as possible (indirect heat) - about 250 degrees - for at least 4 hours - since I do this on a gas grill, I drizzle a combo (water, extra light olive oil, and touch of liquid smoke) on the ribs about once an hour.
The last 10 minutes of grilling, thinly brush the sauce of your choice (My choice is Famous Dave's devil's spit). Finish the 10 minutes, take the ribs off and let them rest for at least 15 minutes before eating . . . also have a bowl of "heated" sauce for those who want more sauce on their ribs . . . you don't want to put cold sauce on ribs!!!!
The best of all the worlds! You taste the meat, rub and sauce, with just the right "chewiness" to the meat . . . I'm getting hungry!!!!
The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD, and against his anointed, Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.
He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: