TIM TEBOW FINALLY ADMITS HE WAS MORE PASSIONATE ABOUT SPORTS THAN HIS SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST. Daniel Whyte III President of Gospel Light Society International, who has publicly rebuked Tim Tebow for canceling a meeting with the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas, years ago, to curry-favor with homosexuals to keep his job with the New York Jets, says, ever since Tebow did that, all of his attempts to play professional sports have failed. Whyte still says Tebow needs to go back to First Baptist Church Dallas and apologize to Pastor Jeffress and the First Baptist Church and speak for free, if they will let him. Whyte says, for the record, he likes Tim Tebow as a Christian brother and believes that if he had not done that against God, Jesus Christ, and the Word of God and kept the Lord first and stood for the Lord in the public square, he would have taken a NFL team to the Super Bowl and won it because Tim Tebow is a winner as far as football is concerned.

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TIM TEBOW FINALLY ADMITS HE WAS MORE PASSIONATE ABOUT SPORTS THAN HIS SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST. Daniel Whyte III President of Gospel Light Society International, who has publicly rebuked Tim Tebow for canceling a meeting with the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas, years ago, to curry-favor with homosexuals to keep his job with the New York Jets, says, ever since Tebow did that, all of his attempts to play professional sports have failed. Whyte still says Tebow needs to go back to First Baptist Church Dallas and apologize to Pastor Jeffress and the First Baptist Church and speak for free, if they will let him. Whyte says, for the record, he likes Tim Tebow as a Christian brother and believes that if he had not done that against God, Jesus Christ, and the Word of God and kept the Lord first and stood for the Lord in the public square, he would have taken a NFL team to the Super Bowl and won it because Tim Tebow is a winner as far as football is concerned.

Christian athlete Tim Tebow opened up about his tendency to prioritize sports over his walk with Christ. He challenged thousands of young people gathered at Passion 2023 to live their lives defined by a passion for sharing the Gospel with the lost.

“I would humbly, this morning, challenge me, first and foremost, and maybe all of us, to say, what will be the greatest passion of our life? What will be the greatest passion of our life? Will our greatest passion at the end of our life will it be for the cause of Christ?” the 35-year-old said from the Passion Conference stage in Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday morning.

Tebow said there are two primary reasons many don’t truly pursue their passion for the cause of Christ: passion for the world and apathy. The college football star who won the Heisman Trophy in 2007 before playing in the NFL and later playing minor league baseball shared that he has in the past had more passion for sports than for faith.

“I think, in my life, my greatest passion so far in my life hasn’t been for Jesus. I’d say it’s honestly probably been for sports,” he admitted. He defined “passion” as “caring so much for something you’re willing to suffer for it.”

“So far in my life, I’ve been more willing to suffer for a game than I ever have for Jesus. Why do I say that? Because I’ve given up more in my life to win the game than I ever have for Jesus,” he added.

“It doesn’t mean that I’m not passionate about Jesus. I am passionate about Jesus. I love Jesus. I’ve just been more passionate about a game. …  I spent more time watching film, studying, preparing for defense than I ever have studying Scripture.”

“It doesn’t mean those things are wrong,” he continued. “Being passionate about sports isn’t wrong … being passionate about your job, your occupation, I would say it’s a good thing. But is it more than Jesus? Is it more than the call in your life? Is it more than hurting people? Or is it in its proper place?”

Tebow said that at other times, Christians are simply apathetic to living a passionate life for Christ, adopting the attitude of “I don’t care.”

“Sometimes [the Christan life] can hurt, it can suck, it’s not easy. And so I’m just going to choose apathy,” he said.

Source; CP, Leah MarieAnn Klett

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