Virgil Green, # 85 of the Denver Bronco’s, won his first Super Bowl on Sunday. The “Big 50 Super Bowl” winner played with the Colorado team since 2011 when he was drafted. A topic of controversy emerged from a lot of liberals. They heard Virgil Leo Green will write something on his right wrist band before every game.
Besides the Beyonce in Black Show that she performed for the Black Lives Matter radicals, Virgil showed them all up. His secret weapon is something written on the right wristband which separates him from the crowd.
Charisma News reports that at each game, 27-year-old Green takes the time to write something very personal on his wrist tape to remind him exactly who deserves the credit for his incredible success.
Green told the online newspaper that he intentionally brings Jesus into every game by“praying before every game and writing on my right wrist tape ‘Faith’ and ‘Psalm 91.’”
Some of Psalm 91 reads, “If you say, ‘The LORD is my refuge,’ and you make the Most High your dwelling, no harm will overtake you…For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways;”
That’s the secret weapon. The power of God dwells in his heart and soul. He shares his spiritual secret with Charisma News and his fans.
1) Being a Christ follower means: Believing that Christ died on the cross for my sins and putting my full trust and faith in Christ through the good and bad times.
2) Something most people do not know about playing in the NFL is: There is a lot more studying than expected in terms of watching film and knowing the playbook.
3) I intentionally bring Jesus into my game by: Praying before every game and writing on my right wrist tape ‘Faith’ and ‘Psalm 91.’
4) The most memorable moment of my football career has been: Beating Boise State my senior year at Nevada for the first time in 10 years and winning the WAC Championship.
5) One piece of athletic advice I’d share with kids is: You have to be willing to work. No matter what, let nothing stand in the way of the pursuit of your dreams.
6) One piece of spiritual advice I’d share with kids is: Never be embarrassed of your faith. People will try to make it seem like being a Christ follower is weird. Like Ephesians 6:10-18 says, “stand firm.”