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Listen as Caleb and myself chat about his band, music in general, and his love for movies!
Wearing the Armor of God
Israel sets the example for the faithful; within the nation were two groups, those who believed theLord and those who did not. Because of the unbelief of the majority, the nation was forced to wander in the dusty and rocky Sinai desert for 40-years. We (the saved), grafted into the covenant of Israel, should take notice, why did Israel fail to enter the land? Was it because God was unfaithful? No, it was because the people would not trust Him. Why did Israel tremble in fear at Goliath, and David boldly want to fight? In both cases, the faithful trusted the Lord, Joshua and Caleb saw God open the Red Sea, they saw Him in the cloud and fire, they knew their God. David too, knew his God; He was more then capable of giving David victory (I Samuel 17). Before the battle took place in the field, it was in the mind. The minds of the 10-spies were controlled by fear. The army of Israel before the Philistine Goliath, a giant, was defeated in the mind, before on arrow flew. The battle began in the mind, just as it does for us. The armor of God gives us the ability to be victors in the battle of the mind. Putting on the full armor of God, allows us to stand against the schemes of Satan, whose goal is to pin the faithful to the ground. Here we stand, God’s warriors about to enter battle, how are we to wage war? First, we must remember Paul’s instructions, we need to put on the full armor God, having done that, we need to make the conscious decision to stand. We need to choose to stand, as opposed to being taken down by our opponent Satan.
Matthew Grant & John Wayne Murdoch return to the air on the Elite Podcast Network with another episode of the #IndyPowerRankingsLIVE! On this show, Jimmy Feltcher returns to the EPNetwork to help JWM & Matthew hype up the upcoming CCW Evansville event with some talents & more. Jer Polk also returns with the #CarolinaCorner, the prelude to the #IPRLive & on this edition, Jer has NEW PWX Champion John Skyler on the line to talk about defeating Cedric Alexander, Ricochet & Caleb Konley this past weekend & so much more!
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It might only be the beginning of the seventh week of the MLB season, but we’ve already seen our second managerial change and that prompts a full scale conversation among our Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters, Frat House Mike and the “Frat Boys” Sean and Caleb about managers, their significance, and Hall-of-Famers in the making.
All of this has been provoked by Miami Marlins’ owner Jeffrey Loria removing Mike Redmond in favor of the team’s GM Dan Jennings who comes from a long-line of star high-school players he managed 30 years ago!
We’ve seen some really good pitching so far this season, but not a “no-no.” Frat House Mike predicts there will not be too many this year. He provides a very compelling reason. Of course there could be fewer no-hitters in the future if Commissioner Rob Manfred gets his way and shortens the season.
We’re still talking Bryce Harper and Pete Rose as an analyst . . . and, is Montreal getting baseball back?
This show’s so good, you’ll just “hate” it . . . if you don’t call-in and weigh-in that is . . . at 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.
Outa da Park
Join Jerry Chiles with special guest Caleb Yarling as they go over Major League Baseball today at 12pm ET/9am PT
* American League
* National League
* Divisional races
* Players on the horizon
* If the season ended today
To listen to the show, go over to www.SportzAddix.com or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303
The Tigers and Minnesota Twins start yet another very important 3-game series at Comerica Park. Who will be in second place in the American League Central Division? Can the Tigers or Twins jump over the Kansas City Royals for first place? Ed Smith and I analyze and discuss. If the Tigers lose, will we rip on manager Brad Ausmus again? Or is this a different story? If they win, we won't worry about it.
We also talk about Caleb Swanigan's decommitment from the Michigan State Spartans Men's Basketball team and head coach Tom Izzo's "Whoop That Trick" Towel showing support for a couple former Spartans in the NBA playing in the NBA Playoffs.
Plus, the Lions sign veteran wide receiver Lance Moore, a 2016 guard named Tyus Battle has committed to the Michigan Wolverines Men’s basketball team, who has also added 2015 forward Brent Hibbits and lost Max Bielfeldt to decommitment, and the U-M Football program has dismissed wide receiver Dennis Norfleet.
Satchmo and DB discuss Caleb Swanigan committing to and decommitting from Michigan State's men's basketball team, Dantonio's approach to recruiting for football, the Spartan baseball season and Spartans in the NBA and the NHL. They also discuss the penultimate episode of Mad Men, which also featured plenty of recruiting. And they ponder what might happen in the final episode of the series.
On Gold and Black Radio, we'll look at the latest in the re-recruitment of Caleb Swanigan following the big man's decommitment from Michigan State last week, plus the addition of point guard Johnny Hill. What does it all mean for the Boilermakers next season?