Now That Everyone Knows That The NFL Is RIGGED, How Are There Christians On The Football Field?

“All liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone.” -Revelation 21:8

Somehow or another, the American people have mistakenly made entertainers and professional athletes as people of importance so much so that they have put their idols, the players and teams, in the place of Christ (Exodus 20:13; Acts 4:12).

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With all of the information coming out concerning the NFL and how it is rigged (scripted) from start to finish (Ephesians 4:14), one has to ask themselves why they are still watching it.

Yet, the point that I want to make here is the blatant hypocrisies of those who play the Christian in the midst of acting out the deceptions.

“He that saith, I know him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him.” -1 John 2:4

Recently, a meme came out with Patrick Mahomes, quarterback (notice on the videos above that the quarterbacks are sought out in order to rig the games) for the Kansas City Chiefs, kneeling down and the meme read that he goes out onto the field and prays for 2 hours before every game that he plays.  He says, “My Christian faith plays a role in everything I do.”

This contradicts the Word of God in every way.

The Lord condemns the idolatry of sports (Jeremiah 11:13).  Those who are born of the Spirit of God do the things that the Spirit leads them to do (Romans 8:14).  I don’t find the apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, teachers on a football field.

Christians do not lie or deceive others.

Apparently, Patrick Mahomes and his worshippers did not know that Scripture is clear in this matter when it tells us:

“A false witness will not go unpunished, and he that speaketh lies shall perish.” -Proverbs 19:9

Furthermore, the reason that his worshippers posted this meme was an attempt to justify themselves with the deceptive and unjustifiable acts of one that they worship.

In conclusion: Do not deceive yourselves into believing the Mahomes does not know what he is doing.  He just signed a 450 million dollar deal with the NFL.  This is where his heart is and it is who he serves (Matthew 6:21), so much so that he is willing to deceive others into believing what he clearly is not.

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