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Where This Star Clemson Tigers Quarterback Finds His Identity Will Inspire You (Hint: It’s Not Football)

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Proverbs 22:4 tells us, “The reward for humility and fear of the LORD is riches and honor and life.” Scripture, especially the book of Proverbs, is absolutely packed with confirmation of one simple truth: God loves a humble heart.

Although his incredible skill and vision on the field have Trevor Lawrence pegged as a “once in a generation” football player, the Clemson Tigers quarterback is staying humble because he knows where his true identity lies: in Christ.

Lawrence, a freshman QB, threw 327 yards and three touchdowns at the 2018 Cotton Bowl in December, helping to carry the Tigers to a stunning 30-3 victory against Notre Dame.

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“The true freshman Lawrence looked more like an NFL quarterback than a guy who was in high school last year,” The State wrote, detailing Clemson’s Cotton Bowl victory.

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“He’s just so poised. He just sees it. And he’s got a gift of an arm,” Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said, praising the young athlete after the game. “But I just love his humility and how consistent he is with his preparation, day in and day out. Easy, easy guy to coach. Easy guy to get behind and support. His teammates love him.”

While his performance on the field was nothing short of legendary, it’s his faithful humility off the field at a post-game press talk that really made Lawrence shine.

“Football is important to me, but it’s not the biggest thing in my life. My faith is,” Lawrence said. “That just comes from knowing who I am outside of [football].”

In spite of how promising his future in football may seem, Lawrence is keeping a humble heart rooted in God’s truth. “I just know that no matter how big the situation is, it’s not going to define me,” he continued.

“It’s just putting my identity in what Christ says and who He thinks I am, and who I know that He says I am,” Lawrence added, smiling.

Lawrence’s talent on the field isn’t to be discounted, but it’s his love for Jesus and his humble heart that are really going to take him places!

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Howard Stern Says Donald Trump Secretly ‘Loves’ Mike Bloomberg: ‘He Knows How Strong The Guy Is’

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Radio shock jock Howard Stern should probably stick to the same old tired oversexualized schtick he used to discuss on his program because his attempts at doing political commentary leave a whole lot to be desired, as you’ll see for yourself when you read his comments about President Trump and Michael Bloomberg. According to Stern, Trump, who has been feuding with the president during a very heated Democratic Party presidential primary, secretly loves Bloomberg. Here’s more on this from The Washington Examiner: “I’ve talked to Donald a million times privately about Bloomberg. We both agree that he was one of the best f—ing mayors on the planet,” Stern said Monday on his SiriusXM radio show. “Donald loves Bloomberg,” he added. “That’s why he doesn’t want him running.” Trump has escalated his attacks on Bloomberg in recent weeks, mocking his height and debate performance as the Democrat pours hundreds of millions of dollars into his campaign. But Stern asserted it’s all a farce. “He knows how strong the guy is,” Stern said. “He loves him. We all love him. Donald would even say, ‘He’s better than I am.'” Stern went on to say that if Bloomberg cinched the nomination it would result in a “hell of a debate” between the two billionaires, going so far as to say that people who voted for Trump would vote for Bloomberg. As of right now, Bloomberg is polling in third place, though he is not participating in the primaries due to be held before Super Tuesday.

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President Trump Rips Into CNN’s Jim Acosta After Being Accused Of Lying: ‘Worst Record In The History Of Broadcasting’

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President Trump, the world’s foremost expert in counterpunching against the leftist mainstream media, recently came out with fists of fury flying — in a proverbial sense — against CNN’s Jim Acosta after the reporter accused him of lying. During an afternoon press conference during his time in India, Acosta asked President Trump if he would make a pledge not to accept foreign assistance in the 2020 election, to which the president stated, “I want no help from any country.” Here’s how the rest of the incident played out via The Washington Examiner: “I haven’t been given help from any country. And if you see what CNN, your wonderful network said, I guess they apologized in a way for — didn’t they apologize for saying certain things that weren’t true?” the president inquired of Acosta, referring to CNN’s coverage of Russian interference in the 2016 election. “Mr. President, I think our record on delivering the truth is a lot better than yours sometimes, if you don’t mind me saying,” Acosta said to Trump, who fired back at the anchor’s history of reporting. “Your record is so bad, you ought to be ashamed of yourself. You probably have the worst record in the history of broadcasting,” Trump said. The president and CNN have a track record of hostility with one another, something that is completely understandable given the fact that CNN and other left-wing networks have dedicated their air time to pushing narratives that aren’t fully factual in a bid to undermine the current administration. Trump, unlike previous presidents, isn’t afraid to dish out what he gets first, which is one reason so many people love him. The question now is when will Acosta learn to stop being so hostile and actually do his job?

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