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Tim Tebow: “Exactly where you are, whatever you do, whatever you are going through: He loves you.

“Right where you are, whatever you do, whatever you're going through, He loves you. You were enough for his son to die on the cross, so much are you loved. Hold on to it in your time of need ... This could be your time. The breakthrough could come tomorrow or next year. However, you have the option of turning an exam into a testimony of faith. So many heroes were deeply wounded before they were sent into strong missions! ”This is what the American football player Tim Tebow said in a motivational video.

Without specifying these "times of need", it seems to be referring to the corona pandemic and the street riots, explains "LifeNews". Still out of breath from a training session and sitting on the lawn, Tebow explained: “I can tell you the following: We can trust God - whom we know - with a future that is unknown to us. Because we know how much he loves us. We know what he did for us when he sent his son. He gave the best of himself for us. "

The 37-year-old professional athlete said, “You never know what God is going to do with your life. You never know what he's preparing you for. So often in the Bible, when we look at the heroes, there have been times in their lives when they would have missed out on the real thing, if they stopped, if they gave up, if they had said, “No, God, I have enough “in the midst of the most effective and influential times of their lives.” But those who give up never know what they have missed.

In 2012, Tebow was included in the list of the 100 most influential personalities in the world by "Time" magazine. The football player is an avowed Protestant Christian and decidedly prolife. LifeNews previously reported that his mother developed dysentery during pregnancy and doctors advised an abortion to save her life. However, she refused the abortion.

Tebow knelt on the lawn for a short prayer almost before every game. He did this so often that the term "tebowing" has been used in the US ever since. Sometimes he played with the writing "John 3:16" on the cheeks. This relates to the Bible verse: "For God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son so that whoever believes in him would not perish, but have eternal life." TT “a cross. (pl)

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