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This NBA Superstar Stands Up for GOD In A HUGE Way!

Lebron James

With the left constantly trying to ban religion from public spaces, it’s great to hear that one celebrity is refusing to check his faith at the door. When asked the other night whether or not the return of injured players would help turn around his Cleveland Cavaliers, Lebron James responded that there is only one Savior that could return and solve all problems:

When you get your guys back, you prepare just as you prepare before. There’s only one guy ever in the world that everything will be all right when He comes back and that’s Jesus Christ. Other than that, you can’t bank on nobody being OK.

Watch this amazing video of Lebron standing up for his Christian faith:

H/T: QPolitical

Share this if you think we need more celebrities willing to take a stand in support of Christianity and REFUSE to remain silent about their faith in GOD! 

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  1. RaSheed says:

    Sir, I had to stop after your first comment. I am probably one of the most hardcore and straight up kind of folks when it come to the word of God and your comment in in error and judgmental. Unless you make a “righteous judgement” and as the Word of God declares and that is regarding to sin. There is no sin in LeBron James’ comment. For one, in the Word of God, Jeremiah 17:9 {NKJV] declares, “The heart [is] deceitful above all [things], And desperately wicked; Who can know it?” So, just as he, LeBron James, may have his flaws and come up short, so do you. Do you really think that YOU know his heart?

    Secondly, as person who claims to be Christian, your’e abusing the right to judge on the wrong things. John 7:24 [NKJV], “Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment.” There is truth within this man and like everyone else in this dying world, they are looking for the Kingdom, even if their ways are not perfect. I say this not to excuse sin or agree with sin, but even King Daivd, one who broke every last command meant there was, was seeking truth on the “inward parts” and after all he did was still considered a man after God’s heart. I don’t know LeBron personally, but I as a man of the Gospel, would love to preach the Kingdom to one who is seeking.

    One thing LeBron can not be in this case is a liar as you are accusing him because In the Book of 1 John 2:22 it says, “Who is a liar but he who denies that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist who denies the Father and the Son.” I in no way saw him deny Christ!

    Lastly, even is he, LeBron, is not on it 100%, and I am just speculating because I don;t know what goes on is his heart or household, Apostle Paul said this in Philippians 1:18 [NKJV] “What then? Only [that] in every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is preached; and in this I rejoice, yes, and will rejoice.”

    The Gospel message was preached and many people who support LeBron head Christ’s name and they are now responsible for that word. So, quit wasting time trying to criticize is areas that have no value in advancing the Kingdom. You should be trying to encourage him more than trying to cut him down. If this was a overtly sinful thing, then I may agree with you more. However, you are wrong on this one!

    1. RaSheed says:

      CORRECTED VERSION!

      Sir, I had to stop after your first comment. I am probably one of the most hardcore and straight up kind of folks when it come to the Word of God and your comment is in error and judgmental. These comments do not draw people to Christ, but repel. Unless you make a “righteous judgment” and as the Word of God declares then you should be doing all you can to to bring him fully in. and Make a “righteous judgment” when it involves sin. There is no sin in LeBron James’ comment. For one, in the Word of God, Jeremiah 17:9 [NKJV] declares, “The heart [is] deceitful above all [things], And desperately wicked; Who can know it?” So, just as he, LeBron James, may have his flaws and come up short, so do you. Do you really think that YOU know his heart? If you believe you do, then you’re in error again. Please do not claim spiritual discernment, that’s a cop out.

      Secondly, as person who claims to be Christian, you’re abusing the right to judge on the wrong things. John 7:24 [NKJV], “Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment.” There is truth within this man searching for a way out and like everyone else in this dying world, they are looking for the Kingdom, answers, and those to help them through the “door”. Even if their ways are not perfect, they can still find Christ in their sinful ways. I say this not to excuse sin or agree with sin, but even King David, one who broke every last commandment there was, was seeking truth on the “inward parts” and after all he did was still considered a man after God’s heart. I don’t know LeBron personally, but I, as a man of the Gospel, would love to preach the Kingdom to one who is seeking. That makes our job a little easier than one you are trying to persuade constantly.

      One thing LeBron can not be, in this case, is a liar as you are accusing him to be because in the Book of 1 John 2:22 it says, “Who is a liar but he who denies that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist who denies the Father and the Son.” I in no way saw him deny Christ! It sounded to me he was claiming Him to the fullest.

      Lastly, even if he, LeBron, is not on it 100%, and I am just speculating because I don’t know what goes on is his heart or household, Apostle Paul said this in Philippians 1:18 [NKJV] “What then? Only [that] in every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is preached; and in this I rejoice, yes, and will rejoice.” If you try to claim the fruit inspection, well, you’d be shamed by that too because he is one one the very few athletes that actually sows back and does much good with the money he makes playing basketball. So, he is even exemplifying fruits of the Kingdom. He may not be doing all, but doing more than many so called Christian folk today. If LeBron supported your posting or giving to your church, I bet your tune would be very different.
      Lastly, the Gospel message was preached and many people who support LeBron heard Christ’s name and they are now responsible for that word. So, quit wasting time trying to criticize in areas that have no value in advancing the Kingdom. You should be trying to encourage him, LeBron, more than trying to cut him down. At least he is trying! If this was an overtly sinful thing, then I may agree with you more. However, you are wrong on this one!

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