The Inspiring Tim Tebow

What’s more personal to the individual than his faith? A belief in a higher order is what guides our daily lives and in ways that we don’t even think about.  It’s the basis for freedom of speech in this country.

How many athletes walk off the field and tell the ESPN guy, with a mic, that they thank God for the game they just played? You see it all the time, if you watch sports. So why is it that when Tim Tebow gives honor to God, it’s a controversy? The press is making a huge deal out of a young man who not only talks the talk but walks it, too. Maybe it’s just hard for the skeptical press to understand.

Tebow has inspired his team with his faith. They win because he believes they can win. And the fans are rallying behind them, despite the mocking and ridicule of other players and the press, in general.

Most Americans respect men and women of principle and faith.  Tebow has shown his principles, inspired his team and gathered Bronco fans behind them.

You go, Tim!


3 responses to “The Inspiring Tim Tebow

  • bydesign001

    Great post Roxy and extremely well said by all, Cali and Freedom.

    Tebow inspires us all and gives us strength.

    The media has sold its soul to the devil and is, therefore, incapable of witnessing the light.

    Their hearts and souls are closed and so dark that the love of God and Holy Spirit escapes them and so they attack and ridicule.

    As the saying goes, “AND THIS TOO SHALL FAIL.”

    God bless Tebow.

  • cali

    Tebow is godsend at this particular time. He demostrates to us how to claim our faith rather than be cowed by left, having done everything to push God and faith out of the public life, schools, courts etc..
    He is very inspiring, although being mocked does not face him – “God is not to be mocked”!
    I believe there is a reason that Tim T appeared at this time, as we as a nation are facing our destruction. Think about that!

  • Freedom, by the way

    This is a very special way of witnessing. I’ll bet he’s had more than one teammate, fan or spectator led to God through his simple acts on and off the field.

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