Super Bowl Sunday : 2017 Updated February 5, 2017 at 10:26 am

Super Bowl Sunday : 2017

Good old Pope…. quite the example.

Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. (1 John 2:15)

 

The Game of His Life!


Tom Brady of the New England Patriots might be in the game of his life on Super Bowl Sunday, February 5, 2017 but I will be in church.

Oops, guess I will not be in church thanks to King County Prosecutors, King County Courts and of course, in-spite of all evidence, those do-no-wrong King County Judges.

Oh well, as King County Prosecutors stated in so very many ways…“So what”

 Better a little with righteousness than much gain with injustice.   (Proverbs 16:8)

Bonus: As King County Prosecutor Jason Simmons asked, “What are you going to do when your church can’t meet anymore?” Guess I’ll ask my wife …oops can’t do that either. Oh well, “so what” it is kick off, or kick-out, time – enjoy. For me, it’ll be prayer time.

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Saturday, February 4, 2017

Article Reference

(pro32.ap.org)—HOUSTON (AP) — There’s no hiding it. One edge the New England Patriots have over the Atlanta Falcons in Sunday’s Super Bowl can’t be denied: experience.

It’s a factor never to be scoffed at when the AFC and NFC champions meet for the league title.

Sure, New England (16-2) has a bunch of young players — 16 with four years or less in the NFL — and the Falcons (13-5) actually have four guys who have played in a Super Bowl: Dwight Freeney, Courtney Upshaw, Dashon Goldson and Philip Wheeler. Don’t let that mislead you.

 When a team has a quarterback and a coach in their seventh Super Bowl together, along with a slew of players who helped it win the championship just two years ago, well, that’s the kind of experience that can be key.

Just ask Tom Brady.

 

 

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