An estimated forty five million viewers, Bible believing Christians and non believers all over America watched in awe Sunday as the humble Tim Tebow, dubbed God’s quarterback, confounded his mass audience and sport’s announcers as he stunned the Pittsburgh Steelers with his electrifying overtime victory when Tebow passed to Demaryius Thomas at midfield which led to an 80 yard touchdown giving the grand victory to the Denver Broncos, 29-23, making the game the fastest overtime win in NFL history.
After tallying up the game’s statistics, Tim Tebow’s college football days scripture, John 3:16 came into play again, which Tebow often wore under his eyes, a practice that was looked down upon by some commentators. As a result, the NCAA rules panel voted to disallow this practice by Tebow. Nevertheless, Google had millions of hits for John 3:16 after the game, giving the Lord the victory, and I might add, the last laugh at his foolish worldly wise people.
But that’s not all. It just so happened at Sunday’s game that Tim Tebow had a total of 316 passing yards and averaged 31.6 yards per pass. Defying all odds, the final quarter hour TV rating for Sunday’s game was 31.6.
True to His Word, its amazing how God will use a humble servant, Tim Tebow, who has given his life to Jesus Christ, and football, an object of idolatry in America, and a foolish thing in His eyes, to confound his foolish worldly wise people to bring glory to Him.
God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty; 1 Corinthians 1:27
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