Fueled By Faith: Former NFL Star PRAISES Chris Pratt For Speaking Out

By Vickie Ferguson | Tuesday, 29 November 2022 20:30
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Fox News shares Tim Tebow’s thoughts and goals about a person’s mission in life.

In his new devotional series “Mission Possible,” Tebow shared his observations about how an individual should be diligent and faithful in dealing with hard times.

In an interview with Brian Kilmeade Saturday on “One Nation,” Tebow said, “[My mission] is a lot of things.” “Number one, it’s to encourage people that they have a mission, that they’re here on purpose for a purpose. It’s to encourage them that we don’t have to waste it, that we get to live it out.”

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Through 2-5 minute devotionals, Tebow wants to encourage and inspire listeners to challenge and change the way they think and realize their identity and God’s love. Individuals need to step outside of their comfort zone and understand what matters to them the most in life and how to “live by convictions instead of emotions.”

“We know life can be hard for people, and there can be disappointing moments, but even in the disappointment, we can still choose to trust God. We can trust God with the pain, trust him in the disappointing times.”

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Tebow noted that in a world that tears people down, his devotionals empowered his words and provided encouragement.

Kilmeade compared Tebow, who is open about his faith, to actor Chris Pratt, who is also open about faith and has faced criticism for being so forthcoming. Tebow responded to Kilmeade’s comparison by explaining how he chose to navigate criticism aimed at him by breaking his people-pleasing habits.

Tebow replied to Kilmeade, saying, “I’ve heard Chris share... We’re friends with some of the same people. “I think that when you do stand for something, you will get criticized, but I ultimately believe that when you believe you’re standing for what’s right and what is true and sustaining to try to honor God, even though all of us fall short. I still think that it’s worthy, and it’s worth it.”

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