With apologies to Slate, the Tim Tebow Messiah Watch is our occasional look at the growing body of evidence — quotes, signs and wonders, excessively fawning prose — that the Florida quarterback is the Lamb of God.
Witness: 10-year-old Kris Huggins, via The Florida Times-Union's Mark Woods
Practice wrapped up. The rest of the players were off the field. And Tebow was about to leave, too, when the officers said something to Tebow.
He trotted over to where Kris was standing, introduced himself and said, "Do you want to play some ball, buddy?"
Ask Kris if he remembers what his reaction was and he says, "It was like in the movies when someone's jaw falls the ground."
He was wearing sandals. When he left their house on the Southside, he wasn't exactly planning to run routes and catch passes from Tim Tebow. But did he want to play some ball?
Tebow and Kris started in the south end zone, working their way toward midfield. Tebow telling him where to run. Kris running, catching the ball - he only dropped one - and then throwing it back.
"He said I have a really good arm," Kris said.
His mother has told him that before. But somehow it's not the same as hearing it from a Heisman Trophy winner. Afterward, Tebow grabbed a ball, signed it and gave it to him.
Pertinent Scripture: Mark 10:14-16
He said to them, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. I tell you the truth, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it." And he took the children in his arms, put his hands on them and blessed them.
Please submit any evidence that Tim Tebow is our Redeemer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You don't have to be a Tebow fan to appreciate this story [Florida Times-Union, via TimTeblog]