“The best way to understand the world and political affairs, is to acknowledge the depravity of man; the depravity of human nature.” – [Pastor emeritus Nathan Bickel]
Aaron Hernandez And Tim Tebow: The John 3:16 Connection
The Yahoo article was posted as a mockery to the fake Christian football “hero,” Tim Tebow, who used to wear John 3:16, in a black inscription under his eyes, during key football games.
Remember that the supposedly deceased Aaron Hernandez was a fallen football “hero,” and thus it is easy to make the connection to Tim Tebow and conclude that the Control System (C/S) likely reported that Hernandez is dead for the specific purpose of mocking Tim Tebow – and mocking the faith of Christian Believers who put stock in Tebow’s claim that he is a Believer.
Hernandez was just acquitted of double murder charges this past Friday (April 14). He was already serving time for a different murder, so the acquittal was actually good news for him. That means there were fewer reasons for Hernandez to commit suicide because he does have at least one child, and the baby mama of that child was in court last Friday to hear that Aaron was acquitted of those charges.
I have since learned that Tim Tebow and Aaron Hernandez were team mates (same football team).
And the phony report about John 3:16 on Hernandez’ forehead was a nod to “the mark of the beast” on the forehead (more mockery of God’s Word). Unlike the (fake Christian) Tebow, who had John 3:16 painted under his eyes, the narrative about the Hernandez use of John 3:16 has him painting the mark on his forehead.
Note: The above mini-commentary authored by a Moralmatters viewer.
“When did big government and its mainstream media tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?”
“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”
“The best way to understand the world and political affairs, is to acknowledge the depravity of man; the depravity of human nature.”
– [Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel]
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