Coincidence: Yes Or No ? Tim Tebow Throws John 3:16 Yards In Sunday’s Game Against The San Diego Chargers posted by on January 9, 2012


Tim Tebow pulled another miraculous victory for his Denver Broncos on Sunday against Ben Roethlisberger and the San Diego Chargers. And while miraculous wins are becoming commonplace for Tim and his Team, what really stood out was his total of 316 yards thrown, and 31.6 Average yards per pass.

The moment has caused searches on John 3:16 to skyrocket on the internet, which is arguably the most important Scripture in the Bible to most Christians… basically summing up the purpose of Jesus Christ’s Life and Death on the Cross.

Coincidence ? Yes or No ?

Garry “Prophecy” Sun for SunOfHollywood.com

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