Tebow's Easter sermon expected to draw 30K

There are 20 comments on the Apr 6, 2012, KOAT-TV story titled Tebow's Easter sermon expected to draw 30K. In it, KOAT-TV reports that:

Tim Tebow is used to drawing capacity crowds, and it will be no different Sunday when he delivers an Easter sermon.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at KOAT-TV.

First Prev
of 3
Next Last

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#1 Apr 6, 2012
Now THIS is what Tebow should be doing full time! I'd have more respect for Tim if he'd go on to evangelize and not use the NFL as his pulpit. He's said in nearly every interview he's done which is maybe 3 that the NFL is a distant second to his ministering and evangelizing but he knows the NFL grants him the biggest stage from which to sermon. He cares not if he wins or loses only if he was able to turn a soul and make another's day nice. That's cute and all but it's all about the W's in pro sports. Last I checked, the NFL granted him a $6million advance. What does the bible say about credit?

That attitude is why he's notorious for being a lousy player in practice and why he's not gotten any better as a QB. It's also another reason he's so polarizing. His religious fame far outweighs what he's actually earned in the NFL and it's the reason why people believe he was gifted the job.

He's an excellent minister of Christianity no doubt but he's a lousy QB. His evangelizing comes first and foremost and the NFL lies somewhere in his top 5. He needs to put as much time, effort and enthusiasm into becoming a better QB as he has evangelizing. If he can do that, then one can truly hold out hope.

Since: Apr 12

Honolulu, HI

#2 Apr 7, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
Now THIS is what Tebow should be doing full time! I'd have more respect for Tim if he'd go on to evangelize and not use the NFL as his pulpit. He's said in nearly every interview he's done which is maybe 3 that the NFL is a distant second to his ministering and evangelizing but he knows the NFL grants him the biggest stage from which to sermon. He cares not if he wins or loses only if he was able to turn a soul and make another's day nice. That's cute and all but it's all about the W's in pro sports. Last I checked, the NFL granted him a $6million advance. What does the bible say about credit?

That attitude is why he's notorious for being a lousy player in practice and why he's not gotten any better as a QB. It's also another reason he's so polarizing. His religious fame far outweighs what he's actually earned in the NFL and it's the reason why people believe he was gifted the job.

He's an excellent minister of Christianity no doubt but he's a lousy QB. His evangelizing comes first and foremost and the NFL lies somewhere in his top 5. He needs to put as much time, effort and enthusiasm into becoming a better QB as he has evangelizing. If he can do that, then one can truly hold out hope.
well said, expert
Bill R

Shedd, OR

#3 Apr 7, 2012
Hmmmmm....Tebow to speak to 30,000. How many
former and active famous pros wouldn't speak to
a group one-tenth that size for less than
$30,000?
Kornback Rattler

Carlsbad, NM

#5 Apr 7, 2012
Voice of Reality wrote:
<quoted text>
Mikey Vick would if it were about a three dog night.
LMGDAO!

This racist maggot got swing on that Vick sack even on a Tebow forum.
Kornback Rattler

Carlsbad, NM

#7 Apr 7, 2012
Voice of Reality wrote:
<quoted text>
Sir, it is funny that you make that statement seeing how you are the admitted gay blade of the Vick Support Group.
What's funny "pig", is just how many ways you find to swing on Vicks scrotum.
Vick Hater

Calgary, Canada

#8 Apr 7, 2012
Voice of Reality wrote:
<quoted text>
Sir, it is funny that you make that statement seeing how you are the admitted gay blade of the Vick Support Group.
What's funny pig, is just how many different ways you find to swing on Vick's scrotum.

S.A.D.
NEXT!!

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#10 Apr 7, 2012
Kornback Rattler wrote:
<quoted text>
LMGDAO!
This racist maggot got swing on that Vick sack even on a Tebow forum.
Racist maggot doesn't even begin to describe the insane one.
Kornback Rattler

Carlsbad, NM

#11 Apr 7, 2012
Voice of RACIST PIG wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh God, now an idiot from the land of kanuckeer wants to attack me, can I live with the idea that this little man from an even smaller country does not like me? What the hell, his opinion is about as important as the Knucker military, they have five people and they are all excellent shots.
..........more of your "dicktective" skill on display..........eh pig?
Jennifer

East Amherst, NY

#12 Apr 7, 2012
I'm sorry, but I honestly think Tebow makes a better minister than a quarterback {as evidenced by the four interceptions thrown against Buffalo}, but even I wouldn't go to a church where he's on the pulpet {number one, I'm Catholic}, because there would be too much emphasis on how many TV news vans show up. And he should prostelitize on the football field, because negative-sounding people will come out of the woodwork.
Vick Hater

Calgary, Canada

#13 Apr 7, 2012
Voice of Reality wrote:
from an even smaller country.
More "dictective" skills on display.
Vick Hater

Calgary, Canada

#17 Apr 7, 2012
Voice of Reality wrote:
Funny, how being an open Christian is worse to some people than a proven and convicted felon.
Funny is how you admitted to making under 35k a year as patrolwoman, now that is some funn/sad shyte pig.
Detriot

Yorktown, VA

#18 Apr 7, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
Now THIS is what Tebow should be doing full time! I'd have more respect for Tim if he'd go on to evangelize and not use the NFL as his pulpit. He's said in nearly every interview he's done which is maybe 3 that the NFL is a distant second to his ministering and evangelizing but he knows the NFL grants him the biggest stage from which to sermon. He cares not if he wins or loses only if he was able to turn a soul and make another's day nice. That's cute and all but it's all about the W's in pro sports. Last I checked, the NFL granted him a $6million advance. What does the bible say about credit?
That attitude is why he's notorious for being a lousy player in practice and why he's not gotten any better as a QB. It's also another reason he's so polarizing. His religious fame far outweighs what he's actually earned in the NFL and it's the reason why people believe he was gifted the job.
He's an excellent minister of Christianity no doubt but he's a lousy QB. His evangelizing comes first and foremost and the NFL lies somewhere in his top 5. He needs to put as much time, effort and enthusiasm into becoming a better QB as he has evangelizing. If he can do that, then one can truly hold out hope.
hmm, lousy QB? 2 NCAAF Titles, 4 bowl games. NFL 7-4; 1-1 IN THE PLAYOFFS.Manning, 1 million yards passing and only a 1-1 SB with on 1 playoff win in years...
Vick Hater

Calgary, Canada

#20 Apr 7, 2012
Voice of Reality wrote:
<quoted text>
Please provide the quote where I stated that, canucker.
Sad is coming from a little country where all the men look like lumberjacks and the women look like their brothers.
Should I also link the quote where you admitted you were kicked off the force for wearing womens underwear also?

Or the link where you admitted to profiling African Americans?

We can go down that road.
Vick Hater

Calgary, Canada

#21 Apr 7, 2012
Voice of Reality wrote:
canucker.
Sad is coming from a little country where all the men look like lumberjacks and the women look like their brothers.
A wonderful illustration of your "dicktective" skills once again. Wow, you're one dumbsonofaslut.
Kornback Rattler

Carlsbad, NM

#22 Apr 7, 2012
Vick Hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Should I also link the quote where you admitted you were kicked off the force for wearing womens underwear also?
Or the link where you admitted to profiling African Americans?
We can go down that road.
I remember reading that post too, I wouldn't waste my time trying to find it. We both read what the racist PIG posted.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#23 Apr 7, 2012
Vick Hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Should I also link the quote where you admitted you were kicked off the force for wearing womens underwear also?
Or the link where you admitted to profiling African Americans?
We can go down that road.
He's also said that the terrorist act on the Murrah building(OKC bombing)was a good thing, he's a raging homophobe and he's also massive bigot but he loves Jesus so it's accepted.

Oh and his/her "police career"? He/she is a CAREER CRIMINAL trying to act like somebody in law enforcement. A real officer of the law would NEVER say "the OKC bombing was a good thing".

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#24 Apr 7, 2012
Detriot wrote:
<quoted text>hmm, lousy QB? 2 NCAAF Titles, 4 bowl games. NFL 7-4; 1-1 IN THE PLAYOFFS.Manning, 1 million yards passing and only a 1-1 SB with on 1 playoff win in years...
It doesn't matter what you do in college especially when you're a member of a football team that is TOP 5 IN RECRUITING EVERY YEAR! I think Tebow's teammates at Florida had just a little to do with their titles too.

In Denver, every Bronco teammate interviewed after they gave Tebow the boot said the bulk of the credit for their TEAM winning was due to the DEFENSE KEEPING THEM IN BALL GAMES. When you've got a "QB" who looks and is playing like a scared sh*tless highschooler for 3.5 quarters it doesn't take a genius to figure out who the credit should go to. All Tebow really had to do is have ONE scoring drive the entire game. Pathetic.

That's the problem with you tebow-maniacs is that just because you're in love with the guy because of his "beliefs" you automatically and blindly give him all of the credit. LOL there wasn't one Bronco that came out and said they'd rather have Tebow than Manning or that they'll miss Tebow the player. His own mates! Oh yea but they must be sinners or thugs or variations of right?
hoopsnow

Panama City, FL

#26 Apr 7, 2012
By attracting millions of new fans to NFL football and becoming the most recognized celebrity in the nation, he is now using that worldwide visibility as a leverage to spread his faith and values to inspire millions to God and to lead moral lives. NFL football serves to combine Tebow's love of the football with a monumental platform to spread the word of God. Giving a sermon to 30,000 live participates on Easter Sunday and the ten's of millions that will watch it on TV, the internet, YouTube, radio, and audio recordings is a devastating phenomenon that has liberals such as yourself bouncing off the wall in frustration. God be with you brother.
hoopsnow

Panama City, FL

#28 Apr 7, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
Now THIS is what Tebow should be doing full time! I'd have more respect for Tim if he'd go on to evangelize and not use the NFL as his pulpit. He's said in nearly every interview he's done which is maybe 3 that the NFL is a distant second to his ministering and evangelizing but he knows the NFL grants him the biggest stage from which to sermon. He cares not if he wins or loses only if he was able to turn a soul and make another's day nice. That's cute and all but it's all about the W's in pro sports. Last I checked, the NFL granted him a $6million advance. What does the bible say about credit?
That attitude is why he's notorious for being a lousy player in practice and why he's not gotten any better as a QB. It's also another reason he's so polarizing. His religious fame far outweighs what he's actually earned in the NFL and it's the reason why people believe he was gifted the job.
He's an excellent minister of Christianity no doubt but he's a lousy QB. His evangelizing comes first and foremost and the NFL lies somewhere in his top 5. He needs to put as much time, effort and enthusiasm into becoming a better QB as he has evangelizing. If he can do that, then one can truly hold out hope.
why not build churches and hospitals in locations in the Phillipines, travel several weeks each summer visiting and giving sermons and love to hundreds of villages in the Phillipines, provide monetary and personal support to charities in the U.S., marry a moral woman and love and raise moral children that make up the moral backbone and strength of this great country, instead of spreading moral decay throughout this once great country - and play NFL football.

By attracting millions of new fans to NFL football and becoming the most recognized celebrity in the nation, he is now using that worldwide visibility as a leverage to spread his faith and values to inspire millions to God and to lead moral lives. NFL football serves to combine Tebow's love of the football with a monumental platform to spread the word of God. Giving a sermon to 30,000 live participates on Easter Sunday and the ten's of millions that will watch it on TV, the internet, YouTube, radio, and audio recordings is a devastating phenomenon that has liberals such as yourself bouncing off the wall in frustration. God be with you brother.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#30 Apr 7, 2012
LMAO, I'm no liberal you judgmental fool. I'll give Tebow this, he's a smart dude. He's blatantly using the NFL which ultimately pays HIM to evangelize for FREE!

I'm also not frustrated with Tebow. There's many more scum bags or false prophets as you call them doing worse now or ready to take his place. I'm concerned that this could end up being the crusades all over again. Christians are being brainwashed in many ways, especially about bigotry and prejudices aimed towards them. Christians make it out as if they're the minority and the world is out to get them and to see them all gone when the fact is Christianity is the overwhelming majority going to and fighting in wars to this day in the name of God. THAT, is what frustrates and terrifies me.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 3
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Tim Tebow Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Tim Tebow officially signs one-year contract wi... 4 hr Gas Released 7
News Mike Tyson Gets Back Into Boxing, Tim Tebow Lea... (Aug '13) Apr 22 sam paolantonio 20
News Report: Eagles Sign Tim Tebow Apr 22 tom wingo 19
News Tim Tebow is working out for the Philadelphia E... Apr 3 Perverted Troll 22
News Predicting Each NFL Team's 2015 Season If They ... Mar 30 Fake IP Land 3
Tim Tebow Among The Players Considered To Parti... Mar '15 Mark Mehall 1
News Elway insists he's not looking to trade Tebow (Jan '11) Jan '15 Brady Chub Club 151
More from around the web