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God wants to see prayers that are filled with genuine praise and thanksgiving for what He has done in the past. He wants our hearts to be filled with awe and gratitude for His blessings. He wants us to set up memorials in our hearts testifying to the provisions He has given us.

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K-HEART SPORTS - TUESDAY - 10/10/17 - PM EDITION

The top five remain the same in both the FCS Coaches poll and STATS FCS Top 25 this week.....

    FARGO, ND - The top five remain the same in both the FCS Coaches poll and STATS FCS Top 25 this week.  James Madison is followed by North Dakota State, Jacksonville State, South Dakota and Wofford.

    One of the key games of the week pit two teams in the top 10 when No. 2 North Dakota State (5-0, 2-0 MVFC) plays at No. 8 Youngstown State (3-2, 1-1 MVFC) on Saturday evening. At least one streak will end when the Bison puts its 11-game road winning streak on the line against the Penguin's 11-game home winning streak.  NDSU was the last team to win at Stambaugh Stadium, a 27-24 victory in YSU's 2015 home finale.  

    North Dakota State is the only team in the FCS that has not allowed a passing touchdown through the first six weeks of the season.  NDSU ranks first in the FCS with 94.2 yards per game allowed through the air, more than 45 yards better than second place Morgan State.  NDSU and Kennesaw State are tied for second in the FCS with 11 interceptions behind Campbell, which has 14 picks in six games.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Paul Molitor says even he was not sure how things were going to go when he walked into a postseason meeting with Minnesota Twins executives Derek Falvey and Thad Levine to discuss his future as manager.
 
     Molitor spoke to the media today, a day after signing a new three-year contract with his hometown team. Molitor led the Twins to an 85-77 record and the team's first playoff appearance since 2010. It was a dramatic turnaround from a 103-loss season in 2016, which has put Molitor's name in the running for AL manager of the year.
 
     Falvey and Levine preferred not to discuss Molitor's status during the season. Molitor says it was "not a totally comfortable thing." But he adds that he is excited to be back with the Twins for a fourth season.
 
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     PHOENIX (AP) - The Arizona Cardinals, with the worst rushing game in the NFL, have acquired running back Adrian Peterson from the New Orleans Saints in exchange for an undisclosed 2018 draft pick.
 
     The 32-year-old Peterson has rushed for 11,828 yards and 97 touchdowns in his 10-plus pro seasons. The four-time All-Pro and seven-time Pro Bowl selection signed with the Saints during the offseason after spending his first 10 NFL seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.
 
     Peterson has played sparingly with little success for New Orleans. He's gained 81 yards in 27 carries, an average of three yards per attempt with a long run of 11.
 
     The Cardinals (2-3) are averaging a league-worst 51.8 yards per game and 2.6 yards per carry.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Cubs fans are hoping to go wild as the World Series champions try to close out Washington in Game 4 of the NLDS tonight. Rain is in the forecast and Jake Arrieta is set to start for Chicago - he hasn't pitched since lasting just three innings Sept. 26 after tweaking his hamstring three weeks earlier. Tanner Roark starts for the Nationals with his team trailing 2-1. He's from Wilmington, Illinois, about 60 miles south of Chicago, and grew up rooting for the Cubs. He is 3-1 with a 3.24 ERA in five career games at Wrigley Field.
 
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     PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Philadelphia is betting its future on Joel Embiid, signing one of the more talented, yet injury-prone, players in the game to a league maximum contract extension. A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that Embiid and the Sixers have agreed on a $148 million, five-year extension and it could increase even more if the 7-foot center reaches certain incentives.
 

 

   (Copyright 2017 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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