Tim Tebow pulled off another miracle yesterday, with a last-second 80-yard pass in overtime to lead his Denver Broncos NFL team to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Just before that play, I saw Tebow on the bench, obviously praying ("Tebowing," as some joke). I also felt led to pray, this way:
Then he took to the field and this miracle suddenly happened! He threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to break the tie and win the game!
- "Lord, whatever my brother Tim is praying, I am in agreement with him. Give him favor. In Jesus name."
Also, I learned that in that game yesterday, Tim Tebow threw for 316 yards. Does 316 sound familiar? (As in John 3:16).
I don't normally pray for sports events, but in 1982 I prayed for North Carolina in the final game of the NCAA national championship basketball game in New Orleans, where my son, Scott, and I were in attendance. I took him as his high school graduation present. UNC had been Scott's favorite team all year. It was Michael Jordan's freshman year. Just seconds after I prayed, just before the end of the game, a Georgetown player inexplicably threw the ball to a UNC player, sealing the game for UNC. It was clearly a miracle, and God's gift to Scott!.