Jan 16 2012

John 3:16

Maybe you saw it during the game over the weekend…or a friend sent it to you in an email…that’s how I found out.

This commercial during the Denver Broncos vs.New England Patriots Game…with just kids…reciting the bible verse, John 3:16

You know the one…For God so loved the world that he gave his only son that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

For some reason it meant more, because it came from children.  There was no other advertisement or product, just the bible verse.  Focus on the Family did the add. 

This whole thing of course has been inspired by Tim Tebow and how he puts that on those black things under his eyes…whether you like the guy, or not, it’s cool how one person can make such an impact. 

Because he had that verse on his face…90 million people searched John 3:16 in google…

Makes you realize if you just lovingly, show what you believe and not hide who you are… at your job, at your school, you make an impact. 

Someone did that for my family.  I remember my mom telling me a story about how she was down and depressed…sitting at a baseball game…and saw this women in front of her that seemed so happy.  My mom, got the guts up to ask her, “what makes you so happy?” 

In the stands of Wrigley field in Chicago…this lady boldly said, because I have Jesus in my heart…

Just be who you are…wherever you are…

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1/18/2012 10:01:28 AM
Joey United States

Loved when this commercial came on! Had just completed a 2 day event at our church and the Father's love was already welling up in my heart, this just gave me that extra boost after coming home  to watch the game. Being from Denver, Tebow's faith has been a topic of much conversation. Here's an article that really shows how he lives it out off the field.


Have a blessed day!
1/25/2012 11:47:20 AM
KEB~><~ United States
Jesus with his hands up high lives ...........i personaly tbjnk hes  hes more buts thTs cause I no him more in my opinon  no greater love will ever touch the earth I got both feet on it
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