Give Him Six Touchdown Jesus Christ

Give Him Six Touchdown Jesus Christ using a sports analogy on how Jesus won. #bgbg2

Give Him Six Touchdown Jesus Christ

Give Him Six Touchdown Jesus Christ using a sports analogy on how Jesus won. #bgbg2

The late John Ward, Sports Announcer for the University of Tennessee Volunteers, primarily from 1965 until 1999, and known to fans as the “Voice of the Vols”, would say, “Give Him Six, touchdown Tennessee!” When Tennessee would score a touchdown.

In American football, a touchdown is worth six points. The football player must catch the football and run into the end zone to score.

However, we all know that Jesus didn’t play football!

However Jesus won and gave us the best thing ever! Eternal Life with Him! He defeated Sin and Death and won the victory on the Cross of Calvary!

To get to celebrate in this victory, one must be born again, accepted Jesus by putting their trust on Him and Him alone. Knowing it is nothing we do, but what He did!

I am a Tennessee Vols fan, but I will say Jesus is the ultimate volunteer! He gave Himself freely for us! No greater love than one to lay down their own life for another! (John 15:13)

“O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?” The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law; but thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”

1 Corinthians 15:55-57

Side note, when a football player scores a touchdown or a field goal (kicking the football between the goal posts) the referee will hold up both hands in the air. That almost reminds me of how we do when we are praising Jesus in worship.

So, Jesus Christ, who won the victory is like scoring that winning touchdown! Give Him Six Touchdown Jesus Christ!

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