He must increase, but I must decrease. (John 3:30)
If Russell Wilson isn’t an example of a Christian man who knows where his strength comes from, who his Real Boss is, I don’t know who is? To have a Playoff NFL game start so poorly yesterday for the Seattle Seahawks, and then have the NFC Team end up winning the game is, as far as Wilson, I, and many are concerned, God’s favor at work!
Wilson is a gifted Quarterback; his faith in God is one of his core strengths. Like another God-fearing, Christian NFL Quarterback, Cam Newton (post), I’ve featured Wilson (Ask, Seek, and Knock post) on this site before.
- To have a zero (0) Quarterback Rating in the 1st quarter of the Sunday afternoon football game against the Green Bay Packers and then, in the last 5 minutes of regulation and Overtime, go 179 degrees and win was a sight to see. A miracle perhaps. Guess what? Who better to spark a Miracle than the Lord and a God-trusting Quarterback like Russell Wilson!
- Wilson gave credit to God and his Team in an emotional, post-game Interview:
- The New Testament scripture (John 3:30) that led this blog can be found on Russell Wilson’s Twitter home page.