“I always have to lean on my faith, and I have to give glory to God and let God really work through me and work through my heart and try to grow. That's really how I try to grow and evolve as a person. »
The Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl 23-20 on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. In an interview last week with Sports Spectrum, the Rams defensive back, Jalen Ramsey, testified to his faith and its impact on his personal and professional life.
“Without my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, I am honestly nothing. Without his grace and mercy and dying for my sins, I mean, I'm nothing. I'm a sinner by nature, and I'm not perfect, and that's why I need the Lord so much. »
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The Super Bowl winner explains letting God work in him.
“I always have to lean on my faith, and I have to give glory to God and let God really work through me and work through my heart and try to grow. That's really how I try to grow and evolve as a person. […] We will never be able to understand how great God is because he is so great. He is so powerful. But [by] staying in constant meditation of the Word and prayer, I can stay at peace, I can stay humble, I can encourage others, and hopefully, I can let His light shine through me. »
After the Super Bowl, on Twitter, the player gave glory to God and thanked Jesus.
SUPER BOWL SUNDAY❕
ALL GLORY TO GOD❕
THANK YOU JESUS❕ pic.twitter.com/S2iybNpmFW
—Jalen Ramsey (@jalenramsey) -
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