Thoughts from the weekend:
Our services were just wonderful yesterday. There was a great spirit, and God was there. In the second service, 5 or 6 people raised their hands, stating that they desired to connect with Christ and start a relationship with Him.
I am truly thankful that the Lord takes the time to minister to us!
Well, the Colts and the Saints are in the Super Bowl.
Should be a good one.
Peyton Manning is some kind of quarterback. He doesn't have much around him (as far as offensive weapons), and yet all he does is continue to win. One of the true greats of all time.
Now then, concerning the Saint-Vikings game, I was thrilled that the Saints won.
I'm still not feeling very good about the way that the Vikings piled on the points at the end of their game with the Cowboys (and can't wait until the Cowboys and Vikings play each other in the regular season next year - what goes around comes around), and felt like the Vikings got what was due them.
They didn't help themselves with all of the turnovers, especially the fumbles.
To all of my friends (and foes) who root for the Vikings - "You still haven't won a Super Bowl".......
Yet at the same time, it was a little bit of a disappointment for me to this extent - Brett Favre is truly a "warrior". The man is one tough guy.
A truly great quarterback. Not a great, great quarterback, but a very good one. He still, even as he threw (probably his last pass) that last interception, consistently makes bad choices toward the end of the game. Yet, again, I admire his toughness and his love for the game.
My Super Bowl prediction?
It's a tough one.
But here it is:
Indianapolis 35 - New Orleans 31.
I think Peyton rules the day - once again.