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Join My Rays of Light Radio, with hosts LM Young and Leslie Wright (Nadiyah)
Tuesday at 10pm est
We will be getting together to celebrate all that we have to be thankful for this year...
Let's sit around the table together
And GREAT company...
What are you grateful for this year?
The NFL and Thanksgiving have become a tradition. Families gather to give thanks, enjoy a turkey dinner, and in many households, watch NFL football. The Detroit Lions always host the early game, and the Dallas Cowboys always host the afternoon game, and in 2006 the NFL added a primetime game. This game has no specified host team and rotates from year to year. The primetime game this year has the Chicago Bears visiting the Green Bay Packers.
The Philadelphia Eagles will visit Detroit, with a 12:30 PM ET kickoff. The Detroit Lions are 35-38-2 on Thanksgiving, and the Eagles have never lost on Thanksgiving, boosting a 6-0 record. Last year, the Eagles stuffed the Cowboys 33-10. Both teams are struggling this year and enter the game with losing records. The Lions basically need a miracle to make the playoffs. The Eagles are only one game behind the New York Giants for first place, in the NFC East.
The undefeated Carolina Panthers visit the Cowboys who have Tony Romo back. Even at 3-7, the Cowboys still have hopes of making the playoffs only being two games behind the New York Giants. Carolina continues to win games, and are etching closer to locking up home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.
The Chicago Bears visit Lambeau Field to play the Green Bay Packers, in the prime time game. The Packers need to win to maintain first place, in the NFC North. The Bears have quietly improved to 4-6 and could be mentioned in the playoff race with a win.
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20 years or so ago, Thanksgiving officially surpassed Christmas as my favorite holiday. Because that’s around the time “food” finally surpassed “new wallets and sweaters from The Gap” on my importance scale.
According to Wikipedia, 'Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated in Canada and the United States as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. It is celebrated on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday in Novemberr in the United States. Several other places around the world observe similar celebrations.' We will discuss the history of Thanksgiving, and why it still resonates so strongly almost 400 years after the Mayflower first landed on the shores of Cape Cod, in present-day Massachusetts as well as the history of the Pilgrims and Native Americans that makes Thanksgiving a holiday that brings together people of all nations, creed and backgrounds in order to celebrate who we are as people and as ONE RACE--the Human Race. So join me for this special Thanksgiving Show and I hope we can keep the Thanksgiving spirit throughout the entire year!
You and your friends are invited to join us for this powerful teaching .
Did you know people all over the planet celebrate Thanksgiving?
Yes they celebrate Thanksgiving in Korea, Canada, Brazil, Ghana and many more countries.
Some call it harvest festival and others call it thanksgiving.
We call it thanksgiving.And our celebration is based on acknowledging God in praise and thanksgiving.
In this segment we are going to look at what the bible says about thanksgiving, and how we can give thanks to God based on the example set by King David.
Join us and learn how to pour out praise to our God.