In the clip, Allen talked about sensing there was something spiritual that happened at that moment. “I was just going around and, I was just going around my team saying, ‘God is real.’ You can’t draw that one up, write that one up any better.”
NYHEIM HINES RETURNS HIS SECOND KICKOFF FOR A TOUCHDOWN OF THE GAME! pic.twitter.com/kZ8qOm5Unc— BennyGIFs (@BennyGIFs) January 8, 2023
After the clip, he went on to detail how he’d never been struck like that before. “I’ll be the first to admit, I haven’t been the most devoted Christ-follower, in my life, and I’ve had my different beliefs and thoughts and ideas … but something got hold of me there, and it was [something] extremely powerful that … I couldn’t deny. Even though he was brought up in a Christian home, his mind was much more preoccupied with football all of his life until he watched what happened with Hamlin. The were other incidents suggesting that something spiritual might have been going on for many people. ESPN Analyst Dan Orlovsky actually stopped in the middle of a show to pray for Hamlin. The Bills’ head coach Sean McDermott gathered the team together to pray for Hamlin. There were prayers that were even going out over various social media platforms. And these are just some of the incidents that happened to get publicity. We can only hope, and perhaps pray, that what has happened actually has a lasting impact, and that things don’t go back to business as usual as Hamlin continues to progress in his healing. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
“God’s real. You can’t draw that one up any better.” — Bills QB Josh Allen after their win over New England pic.twitter.com/jcs2zJGp34— Sports Spectrum (@Sports_Spectrum) January 8, 2023