Just Saying, Is All… | How God Will Help Tim Tebow in the NFL

May 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Conviction is self-sustaining.
Tim Tebow is a rookie quarterback. He’s also a veteran Christian. After a heavenly career at the University of Florida, the newest Denver Bronco faces a trial by fire in the NFL—which would be more worrisome news if his long-burning faith hadn’t already prepared him to pass the test.
Fear means doubting your competence.
Hope, on the other hand, means trusting your Creator.
I’m not suggesting that God will actually intervene on Tebow’s behalf this fall. Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest, and I can’t imagine that the Lord would profane His Sabbath by handling pigskin. But let’s not dismiss the possibility that Tim’s Our Fathers may really translate into touchdowns. In a league where excellence depends so heavily on mental toughness, the most hallowed QB is the one who’s holy in his own head.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Grace is in the heart of the believer.
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