My Tim Tebow moment.

Three days ago, a mysterious post went out to all my subscribers titled “319.”

I didn’t write any such post, nor send it out, and when you clicked on the title, you were sent to a dead zone.This made me hysterical for a few hours, since this is a new blog and I want it to be perfect, or at least not a total annoyance.

My husband, the football fan, said, “Wow, what was that 319 post? It was like a Tim Tebow moment.”

Tim Tebow, as you may not be aware, is the quarterback for the Denver Broncos, an ardent Christian, and often appears on the field with the number of a gospel passage written on his eye-black, particularly John 3:16: which reads “And God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.”  The fact that Tebow threw an overtime, Hail Mary pass to clinch a victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday — a game in which he threw 316 passing yards and averaged 31.6 yards a pass, threw the winning pass to a guy born on Christmas Day, and earned TV ratings of 31.6 is just .. a coincidence.

My Bible verse, 3:19 is a little more sinister and I think bears witness to the ghost in the wordpress machine: “And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.”

Yikes!! I’m hoping you don’t get any more 319’s from me … and I apologize for the snafu, although clearly, darker forces are at work here. Anybody got garlic??

Happy Saturday, y’all !!

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