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Iron Will: What one man needed to survive the blessing and the curse of the NFL
by Jay Foreman
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Jay Foreman’s entire life revolved around football—from the moment he was born to an NFL great to the day he retired from his own professional football career. In between, his many successes were paired with some hard lessons. His honest look back reveals the cost of being a champion.
In this in-depth personal memoir, Jay explores his football career and how it changed him, describing his unique childhood and his life before, during, and after his time in the NFL. He was ready for some of the challenges—but others knocked this accomplished linebacker completely off his feet.
With his father’s legacy at his back, Jay proved himself as a Nebraska Cornhusker, where he was a starting member of the 1995 and 1997 championship teams. He went on to play with the newly established Houston Texans in the NFL, but the addictive professional-athlete lifestyle soon took its toll. He could get anything he wanted, and this changed him—and it changed the people around him.
Today, Jay focuses on nonprofit work in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he has established the Foreman Foundation. His raw and real life story offers an illuminating glimpse into the joys—and perils—celebrity status affords.
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Iron Will: What one man needed to survive the blessing and the curse of the NFL Jay Foreman
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Read More My first read thru was probably more indictment and confusion10:38 May our hearts always overflow with praise, worship, thanksgiving and love unto Him who first loved us and gave His Son to die for us even while we were still sinners and may our lives bring glory to His Name! foreverblessed says: August 22, 2013 at 4:50 am Amen royalpalm! May our lives be to His glory, Maybe a sidepath, but this verse in Psalm 103:1 Bless the Lord o my soul This verse kept me busy, wasnt it the other way around, God blessing usWe have a wonderful time togetherI was so sorry for all the wrong thinking
Peters first evangelistic message both confronted his listeners with their sin (Acts 2:23,36), and invited them to be saved (Acts 2:38-39)But if I have faith in Jesus, and follow Him with all my heart, I have to say that out aloud, and fear will go awayThe Ps are Prayer, Perseverance, Patience, Practicing Faith, Peace& There are more I cant rememberOne can look for the indictment in any situation because that may be how they think does it mean that it is really there? An angry person accuses others of anger when it may not really be there but because they think that way they think others do toSteve swwagner says: August 20, 2013 at 8:28 am Steve, Thinking along those same lines as I also read the headlines this morningReading the bible does not save me, did not save meIn fact, Revelations 20 where Jesus stands at the door and knocks is written to ChristiansWe should not lessen any of His commands or words by ignoring any of them, or add to or give them any greater command over us than what He gives themSeems to me that Jeff catches here the difference between what God says in telling us our story and why he tells usAnd then there are those that think that because one has difficulties in defeating a sin that they are not saved; or that Christians never sin after salvation
Or, how many of us would lay our only son on a bed of wood made up for a burnt offering or sacrifice of a life for God? Yet, God used such extremes to test and approve the faith of othersoneg2dblu says: August 19, 2013 at 11:13 am goldengirl& any learning curve is cyclical in nature, we take one step forward and sometimes we fall back when we are learning tgo walk, and only by being tested by trial, do we stand to be approvedWhen we depend on always trying to please God I do not think we fully understand that God, even tho we may sin, looks at us through the sacrifice and atoning work of the CrossI know intellectually God loves me and cares for me as no other, but in my heart I still see myself as a shameful sinner and even though I have given my heart to the Lord time and again I still feel lostIf you belong to an internationally organized church they should have outreach ministries that you can volunteer through or aid in how ever capacity you can
If you would hold on in calling to Jesus, He will respond! Sometimes He waits a long time to answer, but do not give upWe already know we have His blessing, because we have His love and His word tp prove itWhile You loved us while we were yet sinners, then You died for usIf He did not love us and desire fellowship with us I dont think He would have given us the Word at allBecause I do not have to avoid the hard parts, the indictments, I need to see them as they are, and respond to them accordinglypoohpity says: August 20, 2013 at 4:00 pm Isnt being lukewarm combining them both indictment and invitation? Is it not like having ones foot stuck in two worlds? Artle says: August 20, 2013 at 5:33 pm The most important message is very simple 171bf2437f
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