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"josh hodge" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Motor racing network under a lightning delay the track is dry and the sun is shining here at the homestead Miami speedway other than the extremely dark skies just off behind her number two and over in the back straight away where that little cell is that has the electricity in it that's the reason we're currently under the red flag big shout out to Joshua Hodges three at Josh Hodges three that hashtag NASCAR tailgate he's out cleaning his swimming pool right now trying to get it ready to go big thanks also to at hunter Mike nine zero four one out in Ohio and Brewster Ohio he's working hard there while listening to our coverage here of homestead Miami speedway and everybody else especially at live in formal I've worn out in Idaho in the month of June the photo they posted it's snowing out in Idaho right now while they're listening to us here in South Florida it's not snowing here and we're sorry that it's not snowing there you know just thinking about if you are reading those top you've got farm tractors and tractor trailers rental cars and pace cars maybe more on that if we get time backyards in hayfield where are you taking in today's race which hopefully we're gonna get back under way here shortly what else you get you mention the pace car Kip Childress pace car driver NASCAR official he just tweeted sorry Mike Bagley and they've moved by the way they did it is well he's out his car out and turned to capture sorry Mike and Dave I've got you beat he is tweeted out at MRN radio with the hashtag NASCAR tailgate the view from the pace car looking back at the field of race cars that are covered up right now well you know what Kip we appreciate you listening to the motor race the network now if you would just simply crank up that four G. T. and take it out on the race track and take thirty eight cars lined up behind you out there we would all be happy NASCAR tailgate on Twitter at MRN radio we love to see what your doing today listening to the motor racing network Winston Kelly and Steve post joining us now down inside the motor racing network broadcast center located inside the infield welcome and I wish you guys run pit road I know you do as well when should I want to start with you we were just listening to that a piece that Kurt Becker did on memories of the homestead Miami speedway and one that will always stick out for me and I want to get you to weigh in on on your thoughts on that was Kevin Harvick in it what was it back in twenty fourteen he had to win that race to win a championship he had a walk off win at Phoenix in order to put himself in position to run for a championship and then backed it up with a win here just so many memories involving so many different drivers over the years yeah and the thing that amazes me the most if you were to tell me when we started this system back in two thousand fourteen that every single winner of the race would also be the winner of the championship I would said no way is it going to happen more times than not because your four best teams typically are in the championship hunt but to say that there would not be a non championship contender I just think that speaks to how the game is elevated at that time and you know yeah and the unpredictability buys own admission Jimmy Johnson was not the fastest guy it was the worst of the four cars for in two thousand sixteen put himself in position when Carl Edwards and Joey lagano got together and just had a phenomenal resource heart and nobody was going to catch you every single year had a special memory had a special moment to it and it all began with Kevin Harvick his first year with store Haas racing and Rodney Childress and the first championship and you could just build on it from there so it be impossible for me to pick one out but that because the emotion in every single one of those victory lanes has been so incredible in its own special way but I I totally agree on that and the way he won the championships the multiple formats that he had to do to win those championships Steve post you've been down here just like everybody else year after year after year calling races here at the homestead Miami speedway what really stands out to you about this place well I think I think about this place is just a spectacular racing we have if there is a if if there is a perfect intermediate race track this seems to be yet and you don't have to look any further back than two hours ago with Xfinity series and you don't look back to last night with the truck series yesterday and you could just about every race is so good and I think that's was always so excited about coming down here in that you could without with the race truck like this with his multiple grooves if your if your car during a certain London run on the bottom we just run the middle on the top flat traffic on the way you just go to another line and raced around them if if if you're battling for the lead you couldn't you have road rage for autumn so what stands out to me about this place is just the the the diversity of the grooves and what a great race track it is and what a popular restaurant you talk to every driver to a man they love coming down here in racing because they have that right you you get behind and you can race forward you know you get and you get in trouble you don't have to write in line.
"josh hodge" Discussed on WRVA
"Ninety six point one FM welcome back to homestead Miami speedway here on the motor racing network under a lightning delay the track is dry in the sun is shining here at the homestead Miami speedway other than the extremely dark skies just off behind turn number two and over in the back straight away where that little cell is that has the electricity in it that's the reason we're currently under the red flag big shout out to Josh Hodges three at Josh Hodges three that hashtag NASCAR tailgate he's out cleaning his swimming pool right now trying to get it ready to go big thanks also to at hunter Mike nine zero four one out in Ohio and Brewster Ohio he's working hard there while listening to our coverage here of homestead Miami speedway and everybody else especially at live in formal I've worn out in Idaho in the month of June the photo they posted it's snowing out in Idaho right now while they're listening to us here in South Florida it's not snowing here and we're sorry that it's not snowing there you know just thinking about if you are reading those top you've got farm tractors and tractor trailers rental cars and pace cars maybe more on that if we get time backyards in hayfield where are you taking in today's race which hopefully we're gonna get back under way here shortly what else you get you mention the pace car Kip Childress pace car driver NASCAR official he just tweeted sorry Mike Bagley and they've moved by the way they did it is well he's out his car out and turned to get your sorry Mike and Dave I've got you beat he is tweeted out at MRN radio with the hashtag NASCAR tailgate view from the pace car looking back at the field of race cars that are covered up right now well you know what Kip we appreciate you listening to the motor racing network now if you would just simply crank up that four G. T. and take it out on.
"josh hodge" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"josh hodge" Discussed on Magnify Him Together
"Welcome back everyone to magnify him together. Other podcasts this brother Josh Hodge with you for Episode Number Twenty Two and part three of the series entitled Mighty Lessons From Mighty Men and part three is entitled Old Eleazar the son of Dodo the whole white now we've been talking about mighty lessons from mighty men in these mighty men specifically David's mighty men are men which would take up a spear like Joshua beam the hack night or a sword or a sling and they would kill another human and we wondered how could this possibly relate to us but the fact of the matter was is that they were doing God's work they were removing people that represented sin that were sinful and Paul tells us in a fusion six that we too are have armor in armaments the sword of the spirit of the helmet of salvation the shield of faith faith that that's the armor of God and while we don't fight against flesh and blood gains humans as they did we do fight against says the wiles of the devil against sin which is tricky and deceitful and so while we read of the stories in the Old Testament in particular of mighty men and women. Carrying out these actions which seem far removed from us today there are mighty lessons mighty spiritual lessons that we can take now. Today's story story is about the next mighty man after Josh being the heck night in its Eliot Spitzer the son of Dodo the whole white wow what a name we don't often think of him but definitely a memorable name so what did Eliot Spitzer the son of Dodo the Hawaii do now. There's a few things to note in his story. He has it's too versus compared to Josh beams one verse and its Second Samuel Twenty three verse nine and ten and we notice that first of all he was fighting the Philistines now the Philistines actually represented sin. Did we can see the lesson coming right away. He fought against sin. The Philistines were the people called the uncircumcised those out of covenant relationship with God. The word Philistine is related to a word which means wallow wallow in the dust like a serpent and so Elliott was fighting sin. He was fighting the Philistines now. It says they defied the Philistines to defy something. You must be active to do so you must take action. Do you remember Goliath. He says I defy the armies of Israel. This Day probably said it with a much deeper in scarier voice but that's what Goliath. Breath did he came out and opposed the living and true God and here is not the Philistines of posing. It's Eliot Spitzer and the Israelites opposing the Philistines signs. They were on an offensive. We could say now. There's something else that we notice. We noticed that Eliezer of rose <music> says verse ten that he wrote that is a word of action. Somebody who's ready to do something it was calculated and deliberate move move from him not somebody that was apathetic. He wanted to take on the Philistines but do you know what happened. It says they were gathered other to battle. The men of Israel were gone away always help left him all his brothers his brothers in arms left him and you have Eliot Spitzer by himself with a sword how disappointing how upsetting how depressing how lonely Elliot's or would have felt but what does he do it says he arose a word of action he rose and smoke the Philistines until his hand was weary and his hand clave unto the sword. It doesn't say he ever finished. Finished them off but he kept on fighting until he was weary his hand clave onto the sword and we know in Fijian's the sword is the sort of the spirit which is the word of God and he used the word of God to speak to fight against sin. That's what we must do but you know afterward says he alway- wrote a great victory you see while he stood there by himself and deliberately in in a calculated measure fought the Philistines who's never his victory. It was God's victory and it was difficult difficult. His hand clave to the sword going on an offensive in the truth isn't always easy. It might mean speaking things things that we ought to declaring the truth that are God's name would not be mocked but more importantly than all of that. Perhaps perhaps this is the lesson because here you had somebody who is by himself when all those forsook him and while he won the victory it wasn't he who won was God but it comes with the next phrase because after there was that victory it says the people returned after only to spoil. Could you imagine all of the work that he had done in all his brethren now want to return. Earn can you believe that they'll happily come along that says they returned after the spoil think about it in relation into the Lord Jesus Christ. Do you remember what it said of him. He was despised and rejected or forsaken taken of men. A man of sorrows acquainted with grief. Jesus family left his disciples left him. The Jews left him the Romans put him to death but he has borne our griefs carried. Our Soro's Jesus was forsaken. He knew the tasks that he had at hand was for the benefit others and isn't that the lesson of Elliott Zor the son of Dodo the hope that we have to stand up for what's right Stephen if we're standing alone and in so doing we might even help others we might provide them spoil benefit in the truth truth just think about it a memorial meeting on a Sunday the hours that are put in for the pianists Sousse to practice and get there early to set up from those that set up the memorial table. Perhaps they make the bread or they buy the bread and they get it ready the presider who has to organize all of the people to do. The prayers and the readings the executor you spend ten twenty thirty hours preparing some thoughts all the Sunday school teachers use those that give the prayers the readings and prepare them ahead of time those who come early to open up the collegial hall or those who stay late to close it down and you think about all of the hours and yet some people get to come sit in their seats and be refreshed by wonderful careful memorial meeting and maybe it's your. I think this is all the work that I've done in people can just show but isn't that a wonderful thing. It's our job to serve to sacrifice and to love that others might reap the benefits because that's what the Lord Jesus Christ did in a way in which we can never replicate like heated but it's also what Eliot Spitzer the son of Dodo the Ho- I did a wonderful example a mighty man providing us with a mighty lesson and remember we don't wrestle against flesh and blood like Eliot Spitzer did but we stand against the wiles of the devil we fight against sin we put our spiritual warfare in front of us taking on the armor of God taking on the power of his mind well next time in our series of mighty lessons from mighty men..