Sports Brief w/Mark Allen

Tech Baseball @ Kansas St Fri, Sat, Sun
Tech Softball @ OSU Saturday, Sun, Mon
Lady Raider Tennis needs a win against TCU Saturday to clinch their 3rd Big 12 title
The Rangers @ Mariners Fri, Sat, Sun
The Astros vs Angles Fri, Sat, Sun
Dallas Mavericks @ Houston Rockets Saturday best of 7 playoffs 1st Round.
San Antonio Spurs host Clippers Sunday best of 7 playoffs 1st Round.
KSSL Sports Mod will race @ Lubbock Speedway tonight, Races Start 8:30pm

Softball: Slaton @ Roosevelt 5:00pm THERE
Mark Allen Meurer KSSL

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Sports Brief w/Mark Allen

Texas Tech’s Amber Battle is a possible draft choice in tonight’s WNBA draft.
Dallas Mavericks beat the Portland Trail Blazers 114-98 last night.
New Orleans Pelicans beat the San Antonio Spurs 108-103 last night.
Houston Rockets beat the Utah Jazz 117-91 last night.
Los Angeles Angels beat the Rangers 10-2 in a series finale yesterday.
Houston Astros beat the Athletics 6-1 yesterday inn the series finale.

BASEBALL – Idalou 8 Slaton 3
Mark Allen Meurer KSSL
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Micah, Pt 2: Justice, Mercy and Love

Curtis BakerBy: Curtis Baker

Last week we began to look at the prophetic book of Micah together.  Micah is unique among the prophets in that he speaks to both the northern and the southern kingdoms of Israel.  Usually the prophets only speak to one or the other.  Micah is also unique in that he carries a balance between judgment and mercy.  Many of the Minor Prophets tend to lean to either one or the other.  Micah, however, speaks to both.

With this in mind, last week we saw how one of the crucial texts in the book of Micah plays out like a courtroom drama.  God has an accusation to bring against the people of Israel, and he has called the hills and mountains of the land to bear witness to the charges he will bring.  However, just as God prepares to make his accusations, a great drama began to unfold in the courtroom.  Rather than pronounce judgement on Israel, God asks, “What have I done to you to deserve your actions?”  It is a heart rendering appeal that not only touches the reader, but apparently touched the hearts of the people of Israel as well.  Mercy will often do that when judgement won’t.

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