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He’s Peyton

September 14, 2012

The cover article in the current issue of Sports Illustrated is on Peyton Manning.

His season opener a few days ago against the Pittsburgh Steelers ended with a 31-19 Denver win.

From that article comes this great sentence  —

“Asked to assess Manning’s play, Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin

conjured up the gaudiest of superlatives: ‘He’s Peyton.'”

What would happen if we took that same approach and used “the gaudiest of superlatives” to speak of God?   Like when someone marvels at a sunset, “Yup, that’s God.”  Maybe when an amazingly perfect array of things happen that seem like a pleasant coincidence, “God’s still in business.”

Just keep “the gaudiest of superlatives” focused on our Lord.

Give it a try today.

See you back here soon.

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