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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

John 3: 16: Tebow Mania

I was in my 6th grade when our teacher, Mrs. Japitana required us to memorize 5 bible passages everyday. One of the verses that I memorize was: John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life". He was playing in college football when I noticed this writing on his face. A stunning victory during the last game between the Broncos and Steelers made the Tebow haters smoking in anger.

Tim Tebow is a rookie quarterback therefore, all eyes are on him. Anyone new to a profession is subject to scrutiny and for this year, it's Tim Tebow.

I wonder what the Tebow haters are doing at the last few seconds of the fourth quarter? Maybe they mocked his faith. Well, that is truly expected but, LO and Behold!

I bet they have a jaw-dropping moment when 11 seconds touchdown made a huge difference from a Rookie pass! I was watching the TV Online when I found out from different sources that 3:16 is significant: Tebow threw 316 yards and set an NFL record with 31.6 yards per completion. How is that? At least now, most people learn the bible passage of John 3:16 including the Tebow Haters.

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