Who Was The Best NBA Player Of All Time, In Your Opinion?
NBA Christian Players
I had always loved NBA basketball ever since 1969, when I was nine years. Being a Christian for many years now, I look at basketball differently than I once did. I still really LOVE basketball,but now I look at the players not only for the fantastic athletic dunks, flashy moves, 3-point long-range shots, and all the rest of the skills and abilities of the NBA players, but now, as I have gotten older I also look at their personal life such as being Christian, how they live their lives, how they talk and handle themselves with the media and what they do for the good of the community.
NBA players can quickly get wrapped up in the spotlight and fame and forget their humble roots. More and more Christian players choose to honor God on and off the basketball court and through their talents. They share their faith with people who may have never gotten to know Jesus otherwise. These NBA Christian players of faith are not shy in their convictions. They live for God by giving back to charity, speaking the Word on social media platforms,and sharing their faith with teammates, coaches, and fans. Below you will find a list of NBA Christian players scoring big on the hardwood courts and in the lives of countless NBA fans worldwide.
“Father. Thank you for sending your Son to pay the penalty for my sin. Right now, Lord, I am naked before you. For you only look at my heart. I ask you right now, Lord, to forgive my son. And I know that as you forgive my sin—that sin that you forgave and went to the cross for—is from past, present, and future. I believe that rose from the dead. And right now, I ask you, Jesus, to come into my life. I thank you for coming into my life. Make me, Lord, that person that you want me to become. Amen.”
Once Saved, You Are Always Saved!
I want you to know that if you said that prayer. If you said it seriously, that would be great. I want you to know that if you confess it, you believe that you are saved this day forever in your heart. No one can ever take that away from you. And I only ask that you go to a Bible-believing church and read your Bible. You see, physically, we must eat or weaken ourselves and dry up. Spiritually if you’re not in the word of God, your soul will dry up, and temptation will become even greater to you.
Curry wrote that he loves to point people toward “the Man who died for our sins on the cross. I know I have a place in Heaven waiting for me because of Him, and that’s something no earthly prize or a trophy could ever top.”
David was a gentle giant with great finesse and mobility. He was a fantastic athlete that got his professional start in the NBA in the 1980s. David played center for the San Antonio Spurs and is known for many accomplishments as a player. Being included in the 1992 Olympics on the “Dream Team” was outstanding. Robinson was part of two championship teams in San Antonio for over a decade and even won the league MVP award in 1995.
“I’ve learned how to be open and bold about my faith, but in terms of my influence, I try to lead in a godly way. What that means for me is to serve them, whether doing the dirty work, like cleaning up a sweat on the floor, or carrying equipment bags.”
“I Need To Be In The Word Daily.
I read and pray in the morning and at night. It helps me get off to a good start in the morning, and at night I look back at what happened during the day.”