Danforth Chapel

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It is tough to read this sign, from my picture, inside Danforth Chapel on the Kansas State University campus but it is worth reading. Danforth Chapel was built in 1949 with funds donated by Mr. and Mrs. William Danforth. It was dedicated to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to honor K-State war casualties, and is a popular venue for weddings.

To honor Veterans Day, November 11th. Let me encourage you to go to the chapel and take a moment to honor our war casualties and honor God. The sign says:

The Danforth Chapel Dedicated to the Worship of God with the Prayer that here, in Communion with the Highest, those who enter may acquire the Spiritual Power to Aspire Nobly, Adventure Daringly, Serve Humbly.

If you click on the picture it will open a new window and is better for reading.

Final Rankings November 1, 2016

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This week, in our final rankings, I thought I would list the number of points each team received in the rankings. We had 16 of the Kansas Media Team send in their rankings this week. So the lowest possible number a team can receive is 16. The team that receives a 16 is a unanimous selection as the number one team in that classification.

Only two teams received that unanimous selection as the number one team in their classification. Troy in class 2A-1A and Hanover in 8-man D-II received that honor.

The other thing that happens with the media team, towards the end of the season, most of the guys pretty much have it figured out who are the top five teams in each classification. So that usually means there are not many ‘others’ listed after the top five teams. Remember, each team must receive at least 2 votes from two different Kansas Media Team members to get in the ‘others’ listing. So the Kansas Media team member that selects some team as an ‘out of the blue wild guess’ won’t usually make the cut.

If you know any of the guys on the Kansas Media Ranking team, thank them for their dedication to Kansas High School Football. This ranking team is just the tip of the iceberg in the amount of time they give back to the game, the kids, the coaches and their parents.

So even if you don’t like what we say on the radio, sometimes, or what we write in the newspapers, sometimes, or how we rank your team, sometimes, a pat on the back or a thank you covers up a lot of that negative thinking that comes our way, sometimes.

I am sure the coaches, the refs, the A.D.’s feel the same way, sometimes. So you should thank them also. The positives of high school football far out weigh the negatives. So let us remember that as we start the playoffs and everyone gets highly emotional in the close games that are about to happen. It is a great day for football.

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Derby
2.  Blue Valley
3.  Shawnee Mission East
4.  Bishop Miege
5.  Manhattan
6.  Garden City
7.  Wichita Heights
8.  Junction City
9.  Great Bend
10.Bishop Carroll
11.Goddard

6A
1. Derby                                19 total points
2. Blue Valley                        34
3. Shawnee Mission East    52
4. Manhattan                        59
5. Garden City                       78
Others: Junction City (94)

5A
1. Wichita Heights               34
2. Great Bend                      38
3. Bishop Carroll                 46
4. Goddard                           53
5. Topeka Seaman               81
Others: Valley Center (85)

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege                   17
2. Basehor-Linwood            40
3. Buhler                                46
4. Andale                                61
5. Maize South                      76
Others: none

4A D-II
1. Frontenac                          17
2. Pratt                                    39
3. Holcomb                            52
4. Columbus                          69
5. Scott City                            72
Others: Collegiate (94), Hayden (89)

3A
1. Silver Lake                           21
2. Hoisington                          35
3. Phillipsburg                        50
4. Rossville                              59
5. Nemaha Central                79
Others: Wellsville (94)

2A
1. Troy                                                16
2. Plainville                                        39
3. Meade                                            53
4. Smith Center                                 71
5. Washington Co. & Lyndon          84
Others: Jefferson Co. North (87)

8-man D-I
1. Spearville                             24
2. St Francis                             35
3. Burlingame                          54
4. Central Plains                      55
5. Osborne                               72
Others: none

8-man D-II
1. Hanover                               16
2. Dighton                                38
3. Pike Valley                           52
4. Hartford                               65
5. South Barber                       85
Others: Wallace County(88), Beloit-St John-Tipton (94)

New members of the Ranking team for 2016
Taylor Eldridge Wichita Eagle Wichita
Bob Davidson Salina Journal Salina

Long time Ranking team members
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman KSAL Salina
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

New Coach for 2017

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Now that we have played the final game of the regular season or the first game of the playoffs the coaching carousal has begun. Salina-Sacred Heart’s Bruce Graber resigned Friday night after a long career of coaching high school football.

We knew that Andale’s Gary O’Hair had turned in his papers and said this was the end of his coaching career in Kansas and he is moving to New Mexico. Rural Vista’s coach Jeff Hostetter has also turned in his last coaching job. (Prep Power Index Tim Hostetter is a brother. Hope he doesn’t quit anytime soon.)

So if you have positive acknowledgements of head football coach resignations and new head football coach’s please let me hear from you. I don’t like rumors and one Principal and A.D. in the state is already mad at me for listing his head coaching job as open last year. I got them confused with another school and just stunk it up.

Contact us through our contact page and following coach openings on our New Coach page.

Rankings October 25, 2016

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We had a change in the top spot in Class 4A Division II after Pratt defeated Holcomb last Friday night. That is the only significant change in the rankings this week. We will rank teams one more time after this Friday nights games and then will wait until the season is all over with to do one final ranking for the entire season.

Although, in Class 5A the ranking team has all of a sudden had difficulty in deciding who should be ranked number one! I liked Pat Strathman KSAL Salina story on KSAL website where he put Class 5A teams in the hat and found his winners that way. This 5A classification is going to be very competitive and the games will be close. Sounds like special teams, field position, penalties and turnovers will decide the winner of these games.

The post season is almost here and is actually here for 6A and 5A and other classes where district games will decide those that go on and those that will stay home. Other than the beginning of football season in September, late October and playoff time is the best time of the entire season.

Get out of the house and go to a high school football game this Friday night. Go get a hamburger or popcorn and stand around and visit with your neighbors. High school football games are the best party in town, every Friday night!

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Derby
2.  Blue Valley
3.  Shawnee Mission East
4.  Manhattan
5.  Bishop Miege
6.  Garden City
7.  Wichita Heights
8.  Great Bend
9.  Bishop Carroll
10.Junction City
11.Goddard
12.Topeka Seaman
13. Buhler
14.Basehor-Linwood

6A
1. Derby          (15 first place votes)
2. Blue Valley (2)
3. Shawnee Mission East
4. Manhattan
5. Garden City
Others: Junction City

5A
1. Great Bend          (6)
2. Wichita Heights   (4)
3. Bishop Carroll      (5)
4. Goddard                (2)
5. Topeka Seaman
Others: Valley Center

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege  (16)
2. Basehor-Linwood (1)
3. Buhler
4. Andale
5. Maize South
Others: Abilene

4A D-II
1. Frontenac         (16)
2. Pratt
3. Holcomb
4. Scott City
5. Columbus
Others: Collegiate, Hayden

3A
1. Silver Lake       (11)
2. Hoisington       (6)
3. Phillipsburg
4. Rossville
5. Nemaha Central
Others: Wellsville

2A
1. Troy         (17)
2. Lyndon
3. Plainville
4. Meade
5. Smith Center
Others: Washington County, Jefferson Co. North, Valley Heights

8-man D-I
1. Spearville     (14)
2. St Francis      (3)
3. Burlingame
4. Central Plains
5. Osborne
Others:

8-man D-II
1. Hanover                 (17)
2. Dighton
3. Pike Valley
4. Hartford
5. Wallace County
Others: South Barber, Caldwell, Beloit-St John-Tipton

New members of the Ranking team for 2016
Taylor Eldridge Wichita Eagle Wichita
Bob Davidson Salina Journal Salina

Long time Ranking team members
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman KSAL Salina
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

Rankings October 18, 2016

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You might wonder why each week we seem to have a different number for the first place votes in each of our classifications? It is easy to explain.

We have 20 guys listed as being part of our Kansas Media ranking team from across the state of Kansas. But each week not everyone remembers to send in their rankings to us here at www.kansasprepfootball.com and that is why some weeks you will have 16 first place votes and other weeks you will have 14 or 18, etc. Some of the guys may be out of town for the weekend and have a full schedule on a Monday and these rankings are part of the fun part of life and it just doesn’t get done that week.

We understand, but at the same time I have let some of the guys go in the past because they did not fulfill their commitment to the Kansas Media ranking team. The commitment is to send in their rankings each week for 9 weeks of the regular season. If they just want their name on the ranking team at the bottom of this page and send in their rankings once or twice during that 9 week season then I see them as not really wanting to participate and we unfortunately remove them from the team.

Another thing, I can hear someone out there saying, “How can Wichita Heights be ranked ahead of Bishop Carroll in the rankings this week after Bishop Carroll defeated Wichita Heights last Friday night 42-41?” My answer is because that is how the vote went this week. The vote was only 4 points apart between the two teams and in some ways was just like the game, close. Most guys probably think the next time these two play, Heights will win.

I have learned over the years that I only have one vote and can’t control how each of the Kansas Media Ranking Team votes.  And I never tell anyone how they should vote, nor should I.

The playoffs are coming and we will decide all of this on the field of play soon. Can’t hardly stand the wait!

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Derby
2.  Blue Valley
3.  Shawnee Mission East
4.  Bishop Miege
5.  Manhattan
6.  Great Bend
7.  Garden City
8.  Junction City
9.  Wichita Heights
10.Bishop Carroll
11.Goddard
12.Holcomb
13.Hutchinson

6A
1. Derby          (14 first place votes)
2. Blue Valley (2)
3. Shawnee Mission East
4. Manhattan
5. Garden City
Others: Hutchinson, Junction City

5A
1. Great Bend          (12)
2. Wichita Heights
3. Bishop Carroll
4. Goddard
5. Topeka Seaman
Others: Valley Center, Maize, Aquinas

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege  (16)
2. Buhler
3. Basehor-Linwood
4. Abilene
5. Andale
Others: Maize South

4A D-II
1. Holcomb         (16)
2. Frontenac
3. Columbus
4. Pratt
5. Scott City
Others: Holton, Collegiate, Hayden, Santa Fe Trail

3A
1. Silver Lake       (12)
2. Hoisington       (4)
3. Phillipsburg
4. Rossville
5. Chaparral
Others: Wellsville, Nemaha Central

2A
1. Troy         (16)
2. Lyndon
3. Plainville
4. Meade
5. Jefferson Co. North
Others: Smith Center, Washington County

8-man D-I
1. Spearville     (12)
2. St Francis      (4)
3. Central Plains
4. Burlingame
5. Osborne
Others:

8-man D-II
1. Hanover                 (16)
2. Dighton
3. Pike Valley
4. Hartford
5. Beloit-St John-Tipton
Others: Hodgeman County, Wallace County, South Barber, Caldwell

New members of the Ranking team for 2016
Taylor Eldridge Wichita Eagle Wichita
Bob Davidson Salina Journal Salina

Long time Ranking team members
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman KSAL Salina
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

Rankings October 13, 2016

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We want to give a shout out to Coach Don Melby of Pike Valley (Scandia) he celebrated his 200th Career win last Friday night, with their impressive 58-8 victory over undefeated District 4 rival Rock Hills (Mankato). This is Coach Melby’s 35th year as a head coach. Coach Melby’s football team is 5-1 at the moment and ranked #4 in 8-man D-II.

This past Friday night was the week of the comeback victory:
Garden City trailed Wichita NW by the score of 27-0 at halftime. Garden won 46-34.

Valley Center trailed at halftime 28-14 and won 54-28 over Eisenhower.

Andale trailed Collegiate in the fourth quarter by 9 points and won 32-21. I watched that game online and didn’t think Andale had a chance to win this game after halftime.

Columbus trailed by 35-20 late in the game against Galena and won 36-35 on a two point conversion.

Those are just a few high lights from some wild games last Friday night. What is going to happen the rest of this season? One thing is for sure, you better play your best, until the final whistle!

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Derby
2.  Blue Valley
3.  Shawnee Mission East
4.  Wichita Heights
5.  Bishop Miege
6.  Manhattan
7.  Aquinas
8.  Great Bend
9.  Garden City
10.Junction City
11.Bishop Carroll
12.Holcomb
13.Andale
14.Lawrence
15.Hutchinson
16.
17.
18.

6A
1. Derby          (15 first place votes)
2. Blue Valley (3)
3. Shawnee Mission East
4. Manhattan
5. Garden City
Others: Lawrence, Junction City

5A
1. Wichita Heights   (15)
2. Aquinas                 (3)
3. Great Bend
4. Bishop Carroll
5. Valley Center
Others: Goddard, Topeka Seaman

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege  (16)
2. Andale              (2)
3. Atchison
4. Basehor-Linwood
5. Abilene
Others: Buhler, Maize South, Louisburg

4A D-II
1. Holcomb         (18)
2. Frontenac
3. Columbus
4. Santa Fe Trail
5. Pratt
Others: Scott City, Holton, Collegiate

3A
1. Silver Lake       (14)
2. Hoisington       (4)
3. Phillipsburg
4. Rossville
5. Garden Plain
Others: Wellsville, Chaparral, Nemaha Central

2A
1. Troy         (18)
2. Lyndon
3. Plainville
4. Meade
5. Washington County
Others: Smith Center, Jefferson Co. North

8-man D-I
1. Spearville     (13)
2. St Francis      (5)
3. Central Plains
4. Burlingame
5. Osborne
Others: St Paul

8-man D-II
1. Hanover                 (18)
2. Caldwell
3. Hodgeman County
4. Pike Valley
5. Dighton
Others: Beloit-St John-Tipton

New members of the Ranking team for 2016
Taylor Eldridge Wichita Eagle Wichita
Bob Davidson Salina Journal Salina

Long time Ranking team members
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman KSAL Salina
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

Rankings October 4, 2016

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We had some movement this week in Class 3A where Silver Lake has moved to the top of the pack after defeating Rossville and breaking their long winning streak. The other number ones just keep winning and moving along.

Big games this week include:
Junction City vs Manhattan
Mill Valley vs Bishop Miege
Andale vs Collegiate
Frontenac vs Labette County
Hoisington vs Nickerson
Halstead vs Pratt
St Francis vs Atwood
Dighton vs Wallace County

Every game in high school football is big and you only get a guaranteed 8 or 9 games. If you want more games you have to earn them with sweat, blood and tears during the season and during the off-season. Hope your team receives some extra games this year.

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Derby
2.  Blue Valley
3.  Shawnee Mission East
4.  Junction City
5.  Wichita Heights
6.  Bishop Miege
7.  Aquinas
8.  Manhattan
9.  Great Bend
10.Mill Valley
11.Holcomb
12.Garden City
13.Hutchinson
14.Lawrence
15.Andale
16.
17.
18.

6A
1. Derby          (14 first place votes)
2. Blue Valley (3)
3. Shawnee Mission East (1)
4. Junction City
5. Manhattan
Others: Garden City, Lawrence

5A
1. Wichita Heights   (15)
2. Aquinas                 (3)
3. Great Bend
4. Mill Valley
5. Bishop Carroll
Others: Goddard, Topeka Seaman, Valley Center

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege  (16)
2. Andale              (2)
3. Atchison
4. Louisburg
5. Abilene
Others: Buhler, Maize South, Basehor-Linwood

4A D-II
1. Holcomb         (18)
2. Frontenac
3. Columbus
4. Santa Fe Trail
5. Collegiate
Others: Scott City, Pratt

3A
1. Silver Lake       (16)
2. Hoisington       (2)
3. Phillipsburg
4. Rossville
5. Garden Plain
Others: Conway Springs, Wellsville, Halstead, Nemaha Central

2A
1. Troy         (18)
2. Lyndon
3. Plainville
4. Meade
5. Washington County
Others: Smith Center, Jefferson Co. North

8-man D-I
1. Spearville     (13)
2. St Francis      (5)
3. Central Plains
4. Burlingame
5. Osborne
Others: West Elk, Rawlins County, Clifton-Clyde

8-man D-II
1. Hanover                 (18)
2. Caldwell
3. Pike Valley
4. Hodgeman County
5. Dighton
Others: Wallace County, Rock Hills, Hutch Central Christian, Beloit-St John-Tipton, Wakefield

New members of the Ranking team for 2016
Taylor Eldridge Wichita Eagle Wichita
Bob Davidson Salina Journal Salina

Long time Ranking team members
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman KSAL Salina
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

Rankings September 27, 2016

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Rankings for this week include one change at the top of one classification. Class 5A has a new leader, Wichita Heights.

We do have some big games this week that include ranked teams so look for some possible movement next week in the order of things around here:

Derby vs Bishop Carroll
Mill Valley vs Aquinas
Maize South vs Mulvane
Hoisington vs Pratt
Holcomb vs Colby
Santa Fe Trail vs Wellsville
Silver Lake vs Rossville
Jackson Heights vs Washington County
Otis-Bison vs Wallace County.

As always, play to the whistle to stay healthy!

Super Top 10 All-Classes
1.  Derby
2.  Blue Valley
3.  Shawnee Mission East
4.  Junction City
5.  Wichita Heights
6.  Mill Valley
7.  Bishop MIege
8.  Aquinas
9.  Manhattan
10.Bishop Carroll
11.Great Bend
12.Holcomb
13.Lawrence
14.Garden City
15.Andale
16.Rossville
17.
18.

6A
1. Derby          (13 first place votes)
2. Blue Valley (3)
3. Shawnee Mission East (1)
4. Junction City
5. Manhattan
Others: Garden City, Lawrence

5A
1. Wichita Heights   (10)
2. Mill Valley             (6)
3. Aquinas
4. Bishop Carroll
5. Great Bend
Others: none

4A D-I
1. Bishop Miege  (16)
2. Andale              (1)
3. Atchison
4. Louisburg
5. Abilene
Others: Buhler, Mulvane, Maize South, Basehor-Linwood

4A D-II
1. Holcomb         (17)
2. Frontenac
3. Columbus
4. Pratt
5. Santa Fe Trail
Others: Scott City, Hayden, Collegiate

3A
1. Rossville         (16)
2. Hoisington       (1)
3. Silver Lake
4. Phillipsburg
5. Garden Plain
Others: Conway Springs, Wellsville, Halstead, Nemaha Central

2A
1. Troy         (17)
2. Lyndon
3. Plainville
4. Jackson Heights
5. Meade
Others: Washington County, Smith Center, Jefferson Co. North

8-man D-I
1. Spearville     (13)
2. St Francis      (4)
3. Central Plains
4. Burlingame
5. Osborne
Others: West Elk, Rawlins County, Clifton-Clyde

8-man D-II
1. Hanover                 (17)
2. Otis-Bison
3. Caldwell
4. Pike Valley
5. Dighton
Others: Hodgeman County, Wallace County, Rock Hills, Hutch Central Christian, Beloit-St John-Tipton

New members of the Ranking team for 2016
Taylor Eldridge Wichita Eagle Wichita
Bob Davidson Salina Journal Salina

Long time Ranking team members
Brent Maycock Topeka Capital Journal Topeka
Rich Epp OpenSpacesSports Colby
Justin Fluke KNZA Hiawatha
Kirk Seminoff Wichita Eagle Wichita
Dusty Deines KDNS Beloit
Conor Nichol Northwest Kansas Sports Hays
Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Great Bend
Adam Kadavy KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Brock Kappelmann KSCB Liberal
Tim McGonagle KSKL Scott City/Garden City
Tim Hostetter Prep Power Index & Salina Journal
BrettMarshall Garden City Telegram Garden City
Rocky Downing KFRM 550 AM
Mike Smith KMZA Seneca
Eddie Lomshek KKOW Pittsburg
Pat Strathman KSAL Salina
Bobby Nightengale Lawrence Journal-World Lawrence
Brad Hallier Hutchinson News Hutchinson

Hail Mary

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The “Hail Mary” is a pass that is used as a last chance to win a football game. The football team that must use a ‘Hail Mary Pass” at the end of the game in many ways is almost powerless. They most likely have about run out of time on the game clock or have no timeouts left or are in a fourth down situation. They are desperate.

Prayer in our own lives has turned into a ‘Hail Mary Pass” to God the father due to our lack of time, because we are too busy to pray in any other way. Most of us only pray when we are desperate.

2 Chronicles 7:14 If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

There are some very good points to ponder in the above scripture. “If my people will humble themselves, pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways…………….then will I hear from heaven.”

So to get God the Father to hear your prayers, you now know what to do.