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Here is Christian identity: I know my past, where I came from. I came from God. I know what went wrong. I tried to play God instead of being satisfied to be a real man. I know my future. My destiny is Christ. And I know the present. I can face myself now—my problems, my hang-ups, my assets, my faults—because I have turned myself over to God.

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Minnesota Vikings kicker Kai Forbath has been named NFC special teams player of the week....

     EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota Vikings kicker Kai Forbath has been named NFC special teams player of the week after kicking six field goals in Sunday's victory over Baltimore. Forbath had a career-best 18 points in the Vikings' 24-16 victory. His six field goals included a 52-yarder and a 51-yarder. It's the second time in his career Forbath has won the award.

     DETROIT (AP) - Minnesota Timberwolves shooting guard Jimmy Butler will miss his second straight game because of an upper respiratory infection. The Wolves announced before playing at Detroit tonight that Butler won't play against the Pistons. He sat out on Tuesday at home against Indiana, which blew out the Timberwolves 130-107.
     Butler, who was acquired in a blockbuster trade with Chicago on draft night, has 40 points, 17 rebounds, 12 assists and six steals over his first three games with the Wolves while shooting 17 for 43 from the floor for 39.5 percent. Shabazz Muhammad started in his place against the Pacers.
     Butler has played an entire season only once, in his second year in the NBA with the Bulls, in 2012-13.

     UNDATED (AP) - After dropping the World Series opener at Dodger Stadium, the Astros are confident they can rebound in Game 2 - with good reason. Justin Verlander is on the mound, and he's perfect in a Houston uniform.
     The ALCS MVP is 4-0 with a 1.46 ERA this postseason, including his first career relief appearance. He is 9-0 with a 1.23 ERA and 67 strikeouts in nine outings for the Astros since agreeing to a trade from Detroit that was completed only seconds before the Aug. 31 midnight deadline for postseason eligibility.
    Just over two years after pitching for the Long Island Ducks in the independent Atlantic League, Rich Hill will start for the Dodgers in Game 2. The 37-year-old left-hander used the Ducks as a springboard back into the majors, and after going 12-8 with a 3.32 ERA for Los Angeles this season, he's about to make his first Series start. This will be Hill's third start this postseason - he's allowed three runs in nine innings and is yet to get a decision.

     CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Darrell Wallace Jr. will drive Richard Petty's iconic No. 43 full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series next year. The team did not immediately disclose a car manufacturer or sponsor in today's announcement.
     The 24-year-old Wallace, more commonly referred to by his nickname "Bubba," became the first black driver to race at NASCAR's top level since 2006 when he replaced an injured Aric Almirola earlier this year.
     Wallace won the Truck Series race at Martinsville in 2013 to become the first black driver to win at a national NASCAR series event since Wendell Scott in 1963. NASCAR says there have been at least seven black drivers in its series previous to Wallace, including Scott, who raced from 1961-73 in Cup, Willy T. Ribbs, who did three Cup races in 1986, and Bill Lester, who raced sporadically from 1999 until 2007 at all three national levels.

     BALTIMORE (AP) - The Miami Dolphins hope a quarterback change won't blunt the momentum they've gathered from a three-game winning streak. Matt Moore makes his first start of the season Thursday night against the Baltimore Ravens. He replaced the injured Jay Cutler in the second half last week and threw two touchdown passes against the New York Jets in a 31-28 comeback victory. Cutler remains sidelined with cracked ribs.

     COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) - A source with knowledge of the deal says the Los Angeles Chargers have agreed to trade receiver Dontrelle Inman to the Chicago Bears for a seventh-round pick. The source spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity today because the paperwork on the trade was still being completed.
     Inman has spent four seasons with the Chargers, catching 107 passes for 1,463 yards and seven touchdowns. He played every game last season in San Diego.
     While the Virginia product developed into a dependable NFL receiver, Inman has been inactive for the past two weeks after the Chargers activated first-round pick Mike Williams, who missed training camp and the first five games of the season with a back injury.


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