John Kinard 
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Re: “God doesn't like the Clemson Tigers

Can't help it, I have to make a comment on the above article that Chris Haire posted in the Charleston City Paper concerning the way the Clemson football team shares their faith in Jesus Christ. Chris maybe you need to learn what it means to be a Christian. Its more than just winning games. There are Christians on every team and they pray to God. God is not a respector of persons, he loves everyone and he makes winners out of everyone by believing in Jesus Christ as their savior. He does care about what his children want but he cares more about where they will spend eternity. I admire the coaches, staff and football players that they are standing up for their faith in Jesus even in the loss of a game. They are still WINNERS!! I am a Gamecock fan and even though I wanted the Gamecocks to win I hold in very high admiration what the Clemson Tigers stand for in their faith. It is every sports teams goal to win games but you can't win every game. But what every team can do is play the best they can with a high standard of integrity and a high standard of good sportmans conduct which I have seen on the Clemson team. The bottom line is, it is every Christians job to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. We don't save people but we can introduce them to Jesus and show them how much life means when Jesus comes into your life. It doesn't mean all is going to be peaches and cream and it doesn't mean we will win every time but it does mean we have someone we can go to in prayer and he will help us through the hard times. I could write a lot more but I will stop here. Jesus loves you to Chris.

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Posted by John Kinard on December 2, 2013 at 6:43 PM
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