Check out Isaiah 49:16: See, I have written you in the palm of My hands...My thought exactly!
It's good enough for God, but not for liberal buttworms... figures.
We could REALLY get the "secular humanists" fired up with something like THIS, from chrissandel.com:
I can even see a whole series of "Tebow/Bible verses under his eyes" connection here. :o)
I can even see a whole series of "Tebow/Bible verses under his eyes" connection here. :o)For those who may have missed this story, here is a nice SUMMARY, from www.buzzcrunch.net:
Tim Tebows eye black reads Ephesians 2: 8-10.
This is what is pasted on Tim Tebows face as he played tonight his final game as a collegiate quarterback. Tebow has always been showy about his being a Christian so we are not really surprised to see his eye-black that way. Many of his team mates have also bible verses on them as they play.
Ephesians 2: 8-10. For by grace are ye saved through faith
Its no surprise that Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow would play the Sugar Bowl with a Bible verse written under his eyes. Hes been known to wear a different Bible verse at every game.
Tebows Bible verses are so expected now, that during and after every game, Google and Twitter light up and go viral.
Tebows Bible Verses get the Google Juice
A devout Christian, Tim Tebow uses choice Bible verses as his way of spreading the word of God. Judging by the number of Google hits and Twitter juice, he certainly does get plenty of attention. According to Nola.com, Tebows choice for last seasons BCS championship game against Oklahoma, John 3:16, drew a reported 93 million Google hits that day.
Anyone that knows their Bible verses might be intimidated by Tebows Christian tactics. Although Tim Tebow is a big, hulk of a quarterback that can plow through any football team, hes also a gentle man. The Bible verse under his eyes one game read, Psalm 23:1, which is The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
And how could any competing team member get mad at a quarterback that has Ephesians 4:32 written under his eyes?And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christs sake hath forgiven you.