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1. Israel says its jets have hit two targets in the Gaza Strip. The targets were Hamas weapon manufacturing facilities and the strikes were in response to two rockets fired from Gaza into southern Israel.
2. Russia’s long-range missile strikes against targets in Syria have prompted aviation safety authorities to issue a safety alert to airlines flying in Iraq, Iran, and over the Caspian Sea amid growing concerns about the risk to commercial flying near conflict zones.
3. Hamas’s chief in Gaza on Friday called violence that has hit Israel and the West Bank in recent days an “intifada” and urged further unrest.
4. The United States is providing the Lebanese army with a consignment of laser-guided artillery shells in an $8.6 million arms package intended to help Lebanon defend against cross-border incursions from Syria.
5. Jordan on Friday issued a strong condemnation over the deaths of Palestinians at the hands of Israeli security forces in the ongoing violence, branding it a violation of human rights and urging international intervention.
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.
The prophetic passage of Scripture that we are looking at today is Psalm 69:28 which reads: "Let them be blotted out of the book of the living, and not be written with the righteous."
Our second coming quote for today is from J.C. Ryle. He said, "Before Christ comes it is useless to expect to see a perfect Church."
This week we'll take a hard close look at what's happening on the field in the NFL and NCAA.
That means we’re talking Houston Texans since they’re heading to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals in a Monday Night Football prime time showdown. Okay… showdown might be a tad strong, but you get the point. We’ll also look at how the University of Houston Cougars is playing after starting 8-and-0 under first year coach Tom Herman. Now don’t worry, we won’t stop there. The Aggies, Longhorns, Panther, Owls, and Tigers will not be forsaken.
Hey, it’s your show too… so you know the drill. Let me hear from you…send your requests…and it just might be part of the lineup.
Oh yeah…it’s basketball season and while the Houston Rockets are working things out, the above listed college teams are also in action. So put your game faces on, get ready for an all around update. Check back later for more details.
Get ready for an action packed hour you don’t want to miss. See you online!
Rahat Huq (@RedNinetyFour) of Rockets blog Red94.net joins Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) to preview the Houston Rockets season. Topics include: Whether James Harden can maintain and even build on his MVP runner-up season; who starts at power forward this season and whether that position projects as a strength or weakness; how much the Rockets 56 wins a year ago predicts for this year; potential playoffs matchups; the future of Dwight Howard; and a season prediction for the Rockets this year.
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The Boston Celtics are coming off a huge win over the OKC Thunder. Monday night, they travel to Houston to face the Rockets. Matt Rury and Timmy Sclafani will have you covered in the "virtual studio."
Jared Weiss will be back with the Grandstand APP Celtics Locker Room report, following Wednesday's game vs the Mavericks.
Call the guys to give your opinion on the game at 347-215-7771 and tweet @CLNSCeltsPGShow to get your tweets read on-air by the CLNS hosts!
MSL Radio's Miami HEAT expert analysts Silvia Guevara and Josh Ilori preview the Heat's match up against the James Harden and the Houston Rockets. Tune into the post-game show later tonight after the game. Tip-off is slated for 6:00 PM EST! GO HEAT!
Coach Nick discusses the NBA, particularly his hometown James Harden and the Houston Rockets, with Curtlow - a hilarious radio personality known for calling in to Sirius XM's NBA Channel on a daily basis to offer his unique insights into the game.
MSL Radio Heat analysts Silvia Guevara and Josh Ilori give their thoughts and takeaways from tonight's game between the Rockets and the Heat. Be sure to tune in at 6:00 on Tuesday for the MSL Radio's Miami Heat Pre-Game Show before the Heat host the Atlanta Hawks.
Butch Woolfolk was the New York Giants first round draft pick in 1982 after a standout college career with the Michigan Wolverines. Woolfolk is now a successful businessman, proud husband, father and grandfather. He’ll join the show to talk about the game today; his life away from the game and how he’s managed to build on the success he had on the field. And of course he’ll talk a little about the Houston Texans and share his thoughts on where they are and what they need to get to the next level.
We’ll also have some insights from the NBA. The game has changed since I covered my first game in 1986 (remember… I started in this business when I was 12!), but a lot of things have remained the same. We’ll talk about some of what made the NBA great back in the day and what makes it great today.
And we’ll take a took at what’s happening around college football. Is the University of Houston still undefeated? Just how good is this Cougars team? What about Prairie View and Texas Southern? The SWAC Championship is headed back to Houston so it seems fitting that we talk about the goings on in that league.
As always there is your part. What would you like to hear and/or talk about on this week’s show? Let me hear from you before hand or join us live. Whatever you decide it will be a fun hour of sports talk, infotainment and edutainment.
It’s October and that means there is a lot to talk about in the world of sports. If you’re a fan you’re probably overdosing on watch parties, highlights, what ifs and more. If you’re a casual bystander… you’re likely trying to navigatey all the sports talk or sports speak that sounds more like gibberish! Whatever the case, we have something for you on this week's “Chalk Talk” show. Tune in for an entertaining hour of conversation and get up to speed on what’s happening in and around the world of sports. We’ll see you online or give us a call to join the conversation.
Sports and beyond…more than just a game!
The Last Shift is the web's #1 late night sports show. On the All-NBA podcast, host Rodney Fisher reviews the past week of NBA action and previews the week to come.
On this episode, we talk about the opening of the 2015-16 NBA season.
Houston Rockets fire coach, but still not winning
NBA Power Rankings
Cleveland Cavaliers flying under the radar.
Will the 76ers ever win a game?
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