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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Tebow in the Termite Mound

In the Babylon of Daniel the prophet, worshipping the wrong God openly got you a one-way ticket to the Lion's Den. The same offense today gets you thrown into America's leftist media Termite Mound. Bill Maher, Bill Press and their ilk are to our social fabric what the termite is to architecture. The two Bills spearheaded the recent vicious attacks on Tim Tebow. His crime, he openly loves Jesus. Then he started to win games, culminating in last week's wildcard game. John 3:16 became the number one Google search the following morning. The introduction to the Good News of salvation through Jesus Christ went out to millions. God was glorified, and some were certainly saved, which is primarily what Tebow and every believer prays for. Entertaining football is a bonus. Go Tebow! –Dale
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Anonymous said...

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this Daletoon featuring Tim Tebow. You can't keep a good man down, especially when he is on God's side!

This Tebow testimony is such an inspiration, especially when Cjristians are being vilified on the Left and Christian principles are constantly mocked. God bless!

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Go Tebow!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful inside and out!

Mid Stutsman said...

Amen, and Amen!! God is glorified through this young man's courageous stand for what he believes...and no amount of chewing him up and spitting him out before the world is going to change the impact of his testimony!! Those two "bills" will have to stand before Almighty God and give an account of their venomous words...wouldn't want to be in their shoes!
Stay strong in the Lord, Tim!!

Anonymous said...

So I take it that the Patriots defense is of the devil. XD

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