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Joy

In inspiration, joy, music on December 12, 2011 at 2:12 pm

I’LL BE THERE

© By Anonymous

~When no one is there for you~
~And you think no one cares~
~When the whole world walks out on you~
~And you think you’re alone~
I’LL BE THERE
~When the one you care about the most~
~Could care less about you~
~When the one you gave your heart to ~
~Throws it in your face~
I’LL BE THERE
~When all you need is a friend~
~To listen to you whine~
~When all you need is someone~
~To catch your tears~
I’LL BE THERE
~When your heart hurts so bad~
~You can’t even breathe~
~When you just want to crawl up and die~
I’LL BE THERE
~When you start to cry~
~After hearing that sad song~
~When the tears just won’t~
~Stop falling down~
I’LL BE THERE
~So you see I’ll be there until the end~
~This is a promise I can make~
~If you ever need me~
~Just give me a call and’~
I’LL BE THERE’

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Tebow

In inspiration, joy, winning on December 12, 2011 at 1:11 am

No matter how you feel personally about Tim or his faith in the Lord you have to realize his true power lies in his ability to get the most out of others…  He helps others to believe in themselves and that  no matter what….  They can WIN!!!

 

Tim Tebow does it again

tim tebow

 

A football player!

getting it done...

more of tims magic

Tim Tebow is one of the more polarizing figures in sports today. Fans love him with a manic passion, while his detractors constantly heap vitriol. In an interview for a feature story in the Dec. 19 issue of TIME magazine (available online and on the iPad to print subscribers), Tebow talks openly about the cause of these extreme emotions — his very public faith, epitomized by his habit of  “Tebowing” during games. Tebow once told a group of prisoners: “If you have Jesus Christ in your heart, you are going to spend eternity in heaven. If you don’t, you’re going to spend eternity in hell.”

Such a strict religious view is offensive to some people. But Tebow, when asked if he regrets anything he has said publicly about his faith, responds: “No, sir. Some of the things that have given me the most joy in my football career are the different times when I’ve spoken about my faith. Whether it was wearing Bible verses under my eyes in college, or wearing John 3:16 in the national championship game … Because every time I do that, that’s humbling for me because I know where my strength comes from. And I want to honor the person that gave them to me.”

Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/12/08/tim-tebow-and-faiths-place-in-football/#ixzz1gHJMW2QX