Thursday, January 29, 2015

Does God Care Who Wins the Super Deflated Bowl?

Are you a Super Bowl Watcher?


Have a favorite team?
I found this post by Janet Dennison interesting.  You might as well.

2 comments:

  1. It was a good article. I think I've probably mentioned a time or two, lol, that football at our house has always been BIG. Hubby is a BIG fan, my youngest son is a BIG fan, and my daughter is a BIG fan...me? well I watch every once in a while. Truthfully hubby tapes most of the games he is interested in and then watches them in the evening back in the guest room where he can fast forward to his hearts content and leaves me to watch what I'd like in our family room. The super bowl I watch with him. The bad part is my daughter has been a New England/Tom Brady fan for years and years...they are HER team. So the fact that they are going to the super bowl this year and the whole deflated ball controversy has had MUCH discussion. Who knows what happened....will we ever know for absolute certain? I don't know. Do I think God cares about any of it? I guess I don't think He cares anymore about this then He does any events or things in our lives that might be going on that in comparison to serious subjects seems trivial. But I do believe He cares about us. Both the fans watching and the athletes who play. So He will no doubt use everything He can to bring good, just as Satan will no doubt use everything he can to present the evil side. So it makes it like everything else that goes on in my mind. God is ALWAYS there loving us and we are ALWAYS there messing things up. lol. Sooo sorry for this long rambling comment. Yes, we will be watching, and yes these parents over here will be rooting for our daughter's favorite team (since our's didn't make it in...(the Chargers) lol). However, I will be glad when it's over.....secretly.

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  2. I don't believe he does, Elizabeth! In fact, one of the things that annoys me most on those rare occasions when I see televised sports events is when players are seen to be praying before a play (or when they go up to bat). Players on both sides are doing it, and just why would God take sides in a silly game, I ask you!

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