Old Tim Tebow and his Broncos were beat again this weekend, but there are two events from that game that I think about so much more important than the Patriots dismantling of the Broncos.
First, you may or may not have read the ESPN story last week that referenced some of Tebow’s extra curricular activities around the games. This I think it worth considering. It’s seems that Tim Tebow will invite one family that has had some issue in their life ( injury, disability, etc) to the Broncos game. He provides travel to and accommodations at the game. He gets them on to the field before the game, and gives them great low-level tickets. He also spends time with them before the game and sometimes up to an hour afterward.
And then during his post game presser Sunday he referenced how much spending time with his guest for that week meant to him.
That’s pretty sincere, and a great example.
Your gifts may not be as extravagant as his gifts, but I think you will be able to be just as impactful. I think it would be interesting to see from the recipient’s perspective which “gift” held the most meaning. I am going to guess that the time he spends with them, and the genuine concern he shares with them is probably the best.
So today, lets take another lesson from the young man Tim Tebow, as we watch him live his faith. I am betting that there are people around you today that you can lift up and impact as well.
9-11God didn’t set us up for an angry rejection but for salvation by our Master, Jesus Christ. He died for us, a death that triggered life. Whether we’re awake with the living or asleep with the dead, we’re alive with him! So speak encouraging words to one another. Build up hope so you’ll all be together in this, no one left out, no one left behind. I know you’re already doing this; just keep on doing it. 1 Thessalonians 5:11The Message (MSG)