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Former NFL star Deion Sanders vowed to praise God like there is no tomorrow in a recent Instagram post.
But the star of OWN’s Deion’s Family Playbook isn’t limiting the glory to God in just one Instagram post. Rather, the praise flows through his social media feed.
“God was there when many of yall talked about me,doubted me,lied on me,cheated me,turned your back on me,bet against me,hated on me,stole from me and tried to kill me physically & verbally. THAT’S WHY I PRAISE HIM LIKE THERE’S NO TOMORROW! #Truth @revjahwar@twh_phd” he wrote in one post.
In another, he shared, “Get Ready baby your time has come! You’re about to receive your breakthrough & your blessing. Stay focused and don’t look back at yesterday trials & tribulations. You got this baby. It’s your time but please don’t forget how u made it thru & who brought u thru. In JESUS Name let us all shout AMEN!!! SEND THIS TO EVERYONE THAT NEEDS TO HEAR THIS IMPORTANT MESSAGE RIGHT NOW.#Truth @revjahwar.”
In the NFL, Sanders played for the Atlanta Falcons, the San Francisco 49ers, the Dallas Cowboys, the Washington Redskins, and the Baltimore Ravens, winning the Super Bowl with both the 49ers and the Cowboys, according to his website.
In baseball, he played for the New York Yankees, the Atlanta Braves, the Cincinnati Reds, and the San Francisco Giants.
Now the versatile athlete coaches kids through his Truth program.
“I’m walking in my calling!#Truth #Truthcamp2016,” he says of the program.
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