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“The secular crowd, New York sports writers included, have never forgiven him for any of that,” Roff continued. “When he arrived at the Meadowlands he was treated more like a circus freak than the guy who helped Denver make the playoffs the previous year and might just be the thing to get the Jets offense in line.”
Tebow tweeted “Looking forward to giving God all the glory in tonight’s 666th Monday Night Football game. Romans 8:37-39.”
Tim Tebow will deliver the Easter sermon on Sunday at the Celebration Church in Georgetown, Texas, and the expected turnout is one more indication of Tebow’s enormous popularity.
I tuned into the New York jet’s press conference on the recent acquisition of Tim Tebow, and the very first thing I heard was “I am happy to stand up for the gospel of Jesus Christ.” God bless you, Tim Tebow. NTEB is happy to continue to report on your football career as you honor the Lord of Glory.
Functioning more as an evangelist than a quarterback, Tebow brought revival to Denver and made John 3:16 one of the most re-tweeted topics since Twitter began at 9,240 tweets-per-second. So now he has been traded to the New York Jets and will be a daily fixture on the back cover of the News and the Post.
Tim Tebow has canceled an appearance at a revival organized by a controversial Ohio preacher, a spokesman for the star athlete said Wednesday. Tebow’s brother Robbie said in a phone interview that he was canceling the talk. Robbie Tebow said his brother’s speakers’ bureau hadn’t researched the event before saying yes to the invitation. The Denver Broncos quarterback and dedicated Christian had been scheduled to speak at a three-day Columbus event in March led by televangelist Rod Parsley.
While pregnant, Pam nearly lost their baby four times but refused to consider abortion. She recalled making a pledge to God with her husband: If you will give us a son, we’ll name him Timothy and we’ll make him a preacher.
Witches are planning to cast a spell to put an end to Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow’s miraculous season. Witches Lorelei and Lori Bruno were scheduled to hold a seance at noon today – Friday the 13th – at Haven Crow Corner in Salem, Mass. to fix a win for the Pats.
The best part about this story is reading that the Atheist Group that is attacking him had to study the Gospels in an attempt to try and make their case. You just can’t beat the bible! American Atheists — a New Jersey based group that promotes the separation of church and state — tells CBS Denver that the only reason Tebow is popular is because he constantly injects his Christianity among the public.
Has Tim Tebow made a believer out of you yet? Even when he remains silent on the issue, Tebow gets his message across. Just take a look at a couple of items from Sunday’s 29-23 overtime victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. 316 yards passing…”for God so loved the world…”
To God be the Glory! Tim Tebow has led the Broncos to an overtime win over the Steelers with a MIRACLE 80 yard TD pass to win in over time.
Comedian Bill Maher drew the ire of Tim Tebow fans and Christians over the weekend after a profane tweet reveling in the Broncos’ blowout loss to the Buffalo Bills. “Wow, Jesus just [expletive] #TimTebow bad! And on Xmas Eve! Somewhere … Satan is tebowing, saying to Hitler “Hey, Buffalo’s killing them,” Maher tweeted .
Tebow Time! And when the shouting was over, Mr. Tebow did what he always does—he pointed skyward and took a knee in prayer. In postgame interviews, the young quarterback often starts by saying, “First, I’d like to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” and ends with “God bless.” He stresses that football is just a game and that God doesn’t care who wins or loses.
This win did wonders for the Broncos’ playoff chances. They are now 7-5, tied with the Oakland Raiders, who lost Sunday at Miami, for the AFC West lead. The Broncos also moved into a tie for an AFC wild-card spot with Cincinnati, which lost Sunday to Pittsburgh.
Do Tebow’s constant references to his Christianity still bother you? Maybe they do. And that’s your prerogative. For what it’s worth, linebacker Von Miller, the havoc-wreaking rookie with 10.5 sacks who is among the biggest reasons for Tebow’s recent success, was inspired by that quote.