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Kurt Warner: Toning Down Jesus Talk Would be More Effective for Tim Tebow

Kurt Warner was known as one of the most religious players in the NFL when he played. One of his most notable moments was when he won the Super Bowl and bellowed “Thank you Jesus!” As Christ-focused as he was, the former Rams and Cardinals quarterback quickly learned that constantly mentioning the Lord can be a turnoff for some people, so he made an adjustment.

“There’s almost a faith cliche, where (athletes) come out and say, ‘I want to thank my Lord and savior,’” Warner told the Arizona Republic. “As soon as you say that, the guard goes up, the walls go up, and I came to realize you have to be more strategic.”

Warner feels that’s a lesson Tim Tebow could benefit from.

“You can’t help but cheer for a guy like that,” Warner said of Tebow. “But I’d tell him, ‘Put down the boldness in regards to the words, and keep living the way you’re living. Let your teammates do the talking for you. Let them cheer on your testimony.’

“I know what he’s going through, and I know what he wants to accomplish, but I don’t want anybody to become calloused toward Tim because they don’t understand him, or are not fully aware of who he is. And you’re starting to see that a little bit.”

Tebow has already turned off former Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer with his constant religious mentions. Although Plummer respects Tebow’s game, he says he’d like Tebow more if he weren’t so overbearing. Many other people feel the same way. But Tebow said he won’t stop thanking the Lord any time he has the chance.

As for me, even though I don’t follow Tebow’s religious beliefs, it doesn’t turn me off. I just tune it out and respect him for all his other positive characteristics: he’s hardworking, dedicated, honest, and a good teammate. As long as you’re living your life with those types of values, your religion doesn’t matter to me. It shouldn’t to anyone else.

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  • Anonymous

    What makes you say that?

  • Anonymous

    JESUS loves you!! .  May I please have an example. THANK YOU.sefizer58@hotmail.com

  • Anonymous

    JESUS  LOVES YOU.

  • Anonymous

    But  to whom was he speaking and why.

  • Anonymous

    HE LOVES YOU .Read it and find out .

  • Anonymous

    dall2221 made a statement that is based off of faith and not fact that can’t be proven. It adds nothing to the conversation and I can just as easily contradict the statement and that also adds nothing to the conversation.

  • Anonymous

    Who really cares what Warner, Plummer, or any other ex- quarterback thinks about Tim Tebow or any other subject.
    I’m no Tebow fanatical supporter but I find it difficult to argue with success.
    I don’t care if he is religeous or if he is political……..the media and the foolish thrive on all things sesational.
    On the football field he knows how to inspire the rest of his team…….his recent wins can be attributed largley to the improved play of the defense.
    His will to WIN is his best attribute and it is contagious!

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    Then you missed a whole lot bud. And then ya wonder why we “hate”. Really, go read it again. And if you don’t want to, then at least don’t make baseless comments.

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    Then you missed a whole lot bud. And then ya wonder why we “hate”. Really, go read it again. And if you don’t want to, then at least don’t make baseless comments.

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    Nice. But I’m taken.

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    Nice. But I’m taken.

  • Anonymous

    Eric — I apologize ahead of time if you get offended by the following — but you totally missed my point.  I wasn’t trying to start a debate.   I wasn’t defending religion or anti-religion nor was I attacking either.  I was trying to explain to MastaJ a point of view – that many in our society and worldwide have – when it comes to feeling uncomfortable when religion is expressed publicly in venues not normally meant for religious discussion i.e. NFL.

    Your response seemed to immediately take a defensive tone.  You started off with “So, you’re saying that belief in God has caused “millions” to die in wars?”  I never said it was the belief in God or any god.  My comment was people have died in the name of ____.  The part you also left out is I didn’t just reference God or Christianity.  I was talking in regards to the history of religion – all religions all “gods”. 

    I am not going to deny that people have died in masses due to non-religious and non-god related events.  But at the same time you can’t deny that many have died in the name of some religion or some god.  And if you want recent examples look into the Middle East and the conflicts between the Shiites and the Sunni’s, take a look at Ireland and what happened for years between the Protestants and the Catholics.  We can’t forget the many break-off occults such as Jim Jones and David Karesh.  And then there are the violent attacks on our own soil.  Was the 911 incident not partly due to religion and did Timothy McVeigh not justify his actions because of what happened in Waco?

    I agree with Bill_Fan.  Tim Tebow is not trying to start wars and I am not attacking him for expressing himself.  I am just trying to present some context behind why some people are troubled with him vocalizing his belief on national television.  The irony in all this is I know many religious people – Christians, Muslims, Jews, and so on that agree that millions have died in the name of religion.  However, exclude the argument of religion and war – and they still find it uncomfortable when religion is expressed in public forums not designed for religious discussion.  For these people their relationship to their god is a personal one and they want to keep it that way. 

    Regardless of why people may feel uncomfortable let me re-iterate something.  Tim Tebow is not wrong for speaking out about his faith (that is his right) but some people are going to be uncomfortable with it and there is nothing wrong with them expressing how they feel either (that is their right). 

    The bottom line is, regardless if it is Politics, Religion, Sex, etc, etc….  there are those that want to profess whatever it is they believe in and there are those that believe there is a time and a place to do so.  So there is no right or wrong it is a personal thing.

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    Yup. It’s Chris Farley, the funniest man who ever lived. So I’m hoping it really does say it all. That I enjoy laughing. Speaking of which, you’ve once again proven to be a senseless hypocrite. Yanno, about casting judgment and what not. But otherwise, thanks for your insight. Jesus would be proud.

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    Yup. It’s Chris Farley, the funniest man who ever lived. So I’m hoping it really does say it all. That I enjoy laughing. Speaking of which, you’ve once again proven to be a senseless hypocrite. Yanno, about casting judgment and what not. But otherwise, thanks for your insight. Jesus would be proud.

  • Anonymous

    He knows that . So was I.That is why he died for our sins and rose for our justification .It is HIS love for you”For all have sinned and come short of the glory of GOD.”Romans 3:23.This is a spiritual battle. Our Redeemer.

  • Anonymous

    He knows that . So was I.That is why he died for our sins and rose for our justification .It is HIS love for you”For all have sinned and come short of the glory of GOD.”Romans 3:23.This is a spiritual battle. Our Redeemer.

  • Anonymous

    I agree. How can one Christian tell another not to be bold in Christ when the Bible tells us we should?

  • Anonymous

    I agree. How can one Christian tell another not to be bold in Christ when the Bible tells us we should?

  • http://www.facebook.com/james.barnes2 Jim Barnes

    why why why. It is appointed unto man once to die , and after that the judgement. Be assured of this: no excuse will fly before almighty God.The point that this little forum is trying to present is Jesus Christ is God! He is the only escape from judgement. Their is no other way! examine yourself see wheather you be of the faith Jesus is calling! Are you listening?You are commenting on what you see as physical judgement brought on by man’s sins; Spiritual death. Jesus came that You might have LIFE FOREVER!!! Please accept Him Now!!! Call unto Him. He will save you!

  • http://www.facebook.com/james.barnes2 Jim Barnes

    56 years ago I was born. I have seen alot!!! Mans biggest self justification is in the big huge numbers. The bigger the more justified they feel. All I know is 56 years. To a 5 year old that can seem like forever. 6000 years? that to me is a long long time!Read 1 timothy 6:20. Don”t let man do all your thinking for you. If you get as far as to read the verse Hopefully you will continue reading and let the LORD guide you into what he desires for you. ( Romans 12:1-3)

  • http://www.facebook.com/james.barnes2 Jim Barnes

    56 years ago I was born. I have seen alot!!! Mans biggest self justification is in the big huge numbers. The bigger the more justified they feel. All I know is 56 years. To a 5 year old that can seem like forever. 6000 years? that to me is a long long time!Read 1 timothy 6:20. Don”t let man do all your thinking for you. If you get as far as to read the verse Hopefully you will continue reading and let the LORD guide you into what he desires for you. ( Romans 12:1-3)

  • Anonymous

    Tebow is a Christian. There is a big difference in Christianity and relegion. the Bible commands us to spread Gods word to others. We are loyal to the world and worldly things, or to God and Heavenly  things. Tebow chooses God over the world.

  • Anonymous

    Tebow is a Christian. There is a big difference in Christianity and relegion. the Bible commands us to spread Gods word to others. We are loyal to the world and worldly things, or to God and Heavenly  things. Tebow chooses God over the world.

  • Anonymous

    John, In all your reading seriously try reading the Holy Bible,and Pray for Gods understanding of his word, it will change your life.
    I Pray you will make an honest effort,as it will be the most important choice you will ever make. God Bless!

  • Anonymous

    John, In all your reading seriously try reading the Holy Bible,and Pray for Gods understanding of his word, it will change your life.
    I Pray you will make an honest effort,as it will be the most important choice you will ever make. God Bless!

  • Anonymous

    Being a good person want get you into Heaven. The only way is to beleive upon the Lord Jesus Christ. John 3:16….God Bless!

  • Anonymous

    Being a good person want get you into Heaven. The only way is to beleive upon the Lord Jesus Christ. John 3:16….God Bless!

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    Ah, so god put us here to believe in him. Kinda ridiculous for an omnipotent being. Jesus forgave the very ppl that crucified him. And if he’s my creator, he can’t fault me for doubting with *reason*. So you’re telling me a murderer who repents and finds Jesus is worthy of heaven, but not me? I’ve never seen so much audacious certainty with so little sense. And you’re speaking on behalf of a god. You’d think you’d have the superior intellect. And thanks for the blessing, but i didn’t sneeze. Lol. Seriously, i can never tell if ppl are being spiteful with those words. If so, you’re breaking the 2nd Commandment. Anyway, if the fear you’re projecting onto me is the fear in your heart, it’s no wonder you can’t be convinced.

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    Ah, so god put us here to believe in him. Kinda ridiculous for an omnipotent being. Jesus forgave the very ppl that crucified him. And if he’s my creator, he can’t fault me for doubting with *reason*. So you’re telling me a murderer who repents and finds Jesus is worthy of heaven, but not me? I’ve never seen so much audacious certainty with so little sense. And you’re speaking on behalf of a god. You’d think you’d have the superior intellect. And thanks for the blessing, but i didn’t sneeze. Lol. Seriously, i can never tell if ppl are being spiteful with those words. If so, you’re breaking the 2nd Commandment. Anyway, if the fear you’re projecting onto me is the fear in your heart, it’s no wonder you can’t be convinced.

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    I won’t be swayed by the bible. It’s not the word of God. It’s the word of man as he interprets god. Why people and like it’s the one and only word, i do not know. But it’s only a sign that Christianity is one of the more pervasive religions, because it’s just more believable. I’ve already been converted from Catholic to reluctant atheist. Reluctant because I still have insecurities and fears and uncertainty like anyone else, but I can’t commit to the *wishful thinking* that is religion. And that’s not to say I don’t have delusions. I’m just not zealous with them, because I understand the context. We’re sentient beings, but we are beings, the dominant creatures – just like dinosaurs were. What did they do for those *hundreds of millions* of years without god?

  • https://about.me/brandon.holthaus SomeNo1

    I won’t be swayed by the bible. It’s not the word of God. It’s the word of man as he interprets god. Why people and like it’s the one and only word, i do not know. But it’s only a sign that Christianity is one of the more pervasive religions, because it’s just more believable. I’ve already been converted from Catholic to reluctant atheist. Reluctant because I still have insecurities and fears and uncertainty like anyone else, but I can’t commit to the *wishful thinking* that is religion. And that’s not to say I don’t have delusions. I’m just not zealous with them, because I understand the context. We’re sentient beings, but we are beings, the dominant creatures – just like dinosaurs were. What did they do for those *hundreds of millions* of years without god?

  • Anonymous

    Your exchange with jake about the bible pretty much sums it up. The bible is not meant to be taken seriously, for every zig there’s a zag.  The talking snake, the man living in a fish, the talking bush, killing your neighbor for working on the sabbath. Boiling your son and eating him the next day.  Yes I believe all this nonsense, so i’m going to rape my neighbor and then give her dad some silver, and then i’ll be required to marry her.  Holy Crap this is a barbaric piece of work anyone who believes this is the work of intelligent being should be monitored

  • Anonymous

    Your exchange with jake about the bible pretty much sums it up. The bible is not meant to be taken seriously, for every zig there’s a zag.  The talking snake, the man living in a fish, the talking bush, killing your neighbor for working on the sabbath. Boiling your son and eating him the next day.  Yes I believe all this nonsense, so i’m going to rape my neighbor and then give her dad some silver, and then i’ll be required to marry her.  Holy Crap this is a barbaric piece of work anyone who believes this is the work of intelligent being should be monitored

  • Anonymous

    I don’t need threats from a mythical being to be a good person. I evolved into a altruistic being with empathy and compassion, science has shown us we don’t get morals from religion, religion is tribal and creates division.  Read some Sam Harris or Dawkins and give science and empirical evidence a chance.  I demand evidence to formulate my logic not a bronze age myth. Science sends you to the moon religion fly’s you into buildings. I’m sorry if you’ve found my tone abrasive that’s not my goal.  I do know for a fact that a lot of folks consider science evil because it plays heck with their beliefs, that’s unfortunate theres a lot to learn, if your open to evidence

  • Anonymous

    I don’t need threats from a mythical being to be a good person. I evolved into a altruistic being with empathy and compassion, science has shown us we don’t get morals from religion, religion is tribal and creates division.  Read some Sam Harris or Dawkins and give science and empirical evidence a chance.  I demand evidence to formulate my logic not a bronze age myth. Science sends you to the moon religion fly’s you into buildings. I’m sorry if you’ve found my tone abrasive that’s not my goal.  I do know for a fact that a lot of folks consider science evil because it plays heck with their beliefs, that’s unfortunate theres a lot to learn, if your open to evidence

  • Anonymous

    The only way to heaven is through jesus. Do you have any idea how retarded that is. What about all the people who lived and died before Jesus was invented, and howbout all the folks who’ve not been told about your mythical figure. What happens to them.  Your viscious, you love thinking about people burning in your fantasy hell don’t you.  Now get back on your meds and try to be a good little retarded boy  LoL

  • Anonymous

    The only way to heaven is through jesus. Do you have any idea how retarded that is. What about all the people who lived and died before Jesus was invented, and howbout all the folks who’ve not been told about your mythical figure. What happens to them.  Your viscious, you love thinking about people burning in your fantasy hell don’t you.  Now get back on your meds and try to be a good little retarded boy  LoL

  • Anonymous

    Which one of the 5 thousand gods are we referring to.  When you understand why you reject my god only then will you understand why I reject all gods. Please read factual based data a.k.a SCIENCE. There’s no need to be this ignorant in this day of technology

  • Anonymous

    Which one of the 5 thousand gods are we referring to.  When you understand why you reject my god only then will you understand why I reject all gods. Please read factual based data a.k.a SCIENCE. There’s no need to be this ignorant in this day of technology

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch

    First off, Christianity has nothing to do with threats.  It’s about God’s plan for mankind.  It’s about love, forgiveness, and compassion.  Disagree with it or don’t believe it, but please don’t misrepresent it.
    I’ve read plenty of Harris, Dawkins, Dennett, and Hitchens to recognise where you get your ideas.  Some of them are pretty shallow though.  Maybe it’s you who should expand your knowledge a little.  We don’t get morals from religion?  I’ve heard the “scientific” explanation for morals.  Pretty easy to shoot holes through.  Even simple examples like donating blood, opening the door for an elderly woman or even some of the work I recently did in Haiti can’t be explained off with reciprical advantage or genetic preservation.  It just doesn’t fit.
    Can science explain the origins of man?  Before you start quoting Darwin and evolution, understand that evolution has no explanation for the existence of the primordial cell.  Modern scientists are now writing it off with theories that aliens brought it here.  The idea that a human cell that is more complex than the most advanced modern super computers was spontaniously created from some simple elements in a warm pond struck by lightening is rediculous.  so rediculous that guys like Richard Dawkins have recently ceded to the idea of Intellegent Design as the best explination for it.
    You talk about science and empiracle evidense, but science is not different from religion.  It’s an attempt to explain things that we observe.  Scientists were able to view galaxies with the hubble telescope that defied our understanding of physics.  They were too large to hold together.  There simply wasn’t enough mass there.  The result?  They create the idea of dark matter.  It’s the only explanation that fits the observed.  Likewise, I believe that God is the only logical explanation of why I exist.  You can choose to call me an idiot or talk down to me, but I challenge you to give a better answer.  Answer what our purpose is.  Supply a reasonable answer to the anthropic principles.  Why is the universe finely tuned?
    I make no appeals to revelation or to scriptures.  I haven’t responded to you with anything but reasonable arguments, yet you can’t help to condescend and tell me to read books I’ve already read.  I don’t have to feel threatened by science because I know it doesn’t have all the answers.  Maybe you shouldn’t feel threatened by religion because it attempts to answer some of those questions where science remains mute.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch

    First off, Christianity has nothing to do with threats.  It’s about God’s plan for mankind.  It’s about love, forgiveness, and compassion.  Disagree with it or don’t believe it, but please don’t misrepresent it.
    I’ve read plenty of Harris, Dawkins, Dennett, and Hitchens to recognise where you get your ideas.  Some of them are pretty shallow though.  Maybe it’s you who should expand your knowledge a little.  We don’t get morals from religion?  I’ve heard the “scientific” explanation for morals.  Pretty easy to shoot holes through.  Even simple examples like donating blood, opening the door for an elderly woman or even some of the work I recently did in Haiti can’t be explained off with reciprical advantage or genetic preservation.  It just doesn’t fit.
    Can science explain the origins of man?  Before you start quoting Darwin and evolution, understand that evolution has no explanation for the existence of the primordial cell.  Modern scientists are now writing it off with theories that aliens brought it here.  The idea that a human cell that is more complex than the most advanced modern super computers was spontaniously created from some simple elements in a warm pond struck by lightening is rediculous.  so rediculous that guys like Richard Dawkins have recently ceded to the idea of Intellegent Design as the best explination for it.
    You talk about science and empiracle evidense, but science is not different from religion.  It’s an attempt to explain things that we observe.  Scientists were able to view galaxies with the hubble telescope that defied our understanding of physics.  They were too large to hold together.  There simply wasn’t enough mass there.  The result?  They create the idea of dark matter.  It’s the only explanation that fits the observed.  Likewise, I believe that God is the only logical explanation of why I exist.  You can choose to call me an idiot or talk down to me, but I challenge you to give a better answer.  Answer what our purpose is.  Supply a reasonable answer to the anthropic principles.  Why is the universe finely tuned?
    I make no appeals to revelation or to scriptures.  I haven’t responded to you with anything but reasonable arguments, yet you can’t help to condescend and tell me to read books I’ve already read.  I don’t have to feel threatened by science because I know it doesn’t have all the answers.  Maybe you shouldn’t feel threatened by religion because it attempts to answer some of those questions where science remains mute.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch

    The bible talks about God revealing himself to everyone through nature and our surroundings.  Everyone makes a choice about believing in a creator or not believing.  Because I choose to believe that I have a creator doesn’t make me retarded, it just makes me a part of the 95% of the world’s population that does believe.  Are you really so self centered that you think that just because I don’t agree with you that it makes me stupid?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch

    The bible talks about God revealing himself to everyone through nature and our surroundings.  Everyone makes a choice about believing in a creator or not believing.  Because I choose to believe that I have a creator doesn’t make me retarded, it just makes me a part of the 95% of the world’s population that does believe.  Are you really so self centered that you think that just because I don’t agree with you that it makes me stupid?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch

    First off, Christianity has nothing to do with threats.  It’s about God’s plan for mankind.  It’s about love, forgiveness, and compassion.  Disagree with it or don’t believe it, but please don’t misrepresent it.
    I’ve read plenty of Harris, Dawkins, Dennett, and Hitchens to recognise where you get your ideas.  Some of them are pretty shallow though.  Maybe it’s you who should expand your knowledge a little.  We don’t get morals from religion?  I’ve heard the “scientific” explanation for morals.  Pretty easy to shoot holes through.  Even simple examples like donating blood, opening the door for an elderly woman or even some of the work I recently did in Haiti can’t be explained off with reciprical advantage or genetic preservation.  It just doesn’t fit.
    Can science explain the origins of man?  Before you start quoting Darwin and evolution, understand that evolution has no explanation for the existence of the primordial cell.  Modern scientists are now writing it off with theories that aliens brought it here.  The idea that a human cell that is more complex than the most advanced modern super computers was spontaniously created from some simple elements in a warm pond struck by lightening is rediculous.  so rediculous that guys like Richard Dawkins have recently ceded to the idea of Intellegent Design as the best explination for it.
    You talk about science and empiracle evidense, but science is not different from religion.  It’s an attempt to explain things that we observe.  Scientists were able to view galaxies with the hubble telescope that defied our understanding of physics.  They were too large to hold together.  There simply wasn’t enough mass there.  The result?  They create the idea of dark matter.  It’s the only explanation that fits the observed.  Likewise, I believe that God is the only logical explanation of why I exist.  You can choose to call me an idiot or talk down to me, but I challenge you to give a better answer.  Answer what our purpose is.  Supply a reasonable answer to the anthropic principles.  Why is the universe finely tuned?I make no appeals to revelation or to scriptures.  I haven’t responded to you with anything but reasonable arguments, yet you can’t help to condescend and tell me to read books I’ve already read.  I don’t have to feel threatened by science because I know it doesn’t have all the answers.  Maybe you shouldn’t feel threatened by religion because it attempts to answer some of those questions where science remains mute.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch

    First off, Christianity has nothing to do with threats.  It’s about God’s plan for mankind.  It’s about love, forgiveness, and compassion.  Disagree with it or don’t believe it, but please don’t misrepresent it.
    I’ve read plenty of Harris, Dawkins, Dennett, and Hitchens to recognise where you get your ideas.  Some of them are pretty shallow though.  Maybe it’s you who should expand your knowledge a little.  We don’t get morals from religion?  I’ve heard the “scientific” explanation for morals.  Pretty easy to shoot holes through.  Even simple examples like donating blood, opening the door for an elderly woman or even some of the work I recently did in Haiti can’t be explained off with reciprical advantage or genetic preservation.  It just doesn’t fit.
    Can science explain the origins of man?  Before you start quoting Darwin and evolution, understand that evolution has no explanation for the existence of the primordial cell.  Modern scientists are now writing it off with theories that aliens brought it here.  The idea that a human cell that is more complex than the most advanced modern super computers was spontaniously created from some simple elements in a warm pond struck by lightening is rediculous.  so rediculous that guys like Richard Dawkins have recently ceded to the idea of Intellegent Design as the best explination for it.
    You talk about science and empiracle evidense, but science is not different from religion.  It’s an attempt to explain things that we observe.  Scientists were able to view galaxies with the hubble telescope that defied our understanding of physics.  They were too large to hold together.  There simply wasn’t enough mass there.  The result?  They create the idea of dark matter.  It’s the only explanation that fits the observed.  Likewise, I believe that God is the only logical explanation of why I exist.  You can choose to call me an idiot or talk down to me, but I challenge you to give a better answer.  Answer what our purpose is.  Supply a reasonable answer to the anthropic principles.  Why is the universe finely tuned?I make no appeals to revelation or to scriptures.  I haven’t responded to you with anything but reasonable arguments, yet you can’t help to condescend and tell me to read books I’ve already read.  I don’t have to feel threatened by science because I know it doesn’t have all the answers.  Maybe you shouldn’t feel threatened by religion because it attempts to answer some of those questions where science remains mute.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch
  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch
  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch

    Why should someone be offended because someone gives glory to someone other than themselves.  It’s not just God, he also uplifts and praises his teammates and coaches.  You’d think that’d be more acceptable.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GMTO6GHDDYDPJMQWD23IBNAN5Y Eric Couch

    Why should someone be offended because someone gives glory to someone other than themselves.  It’s not just God, he also uplifts and praises his teammates and coaches.  You’d think that’d be more acceptable.

  • Anonymous

     I really mean God Bless you.I can do more good praying for you than arguing.