World Cup Soccer Player Gives Glory to God
Within the secular environment of the World Cup and the anti-Christian environment of Qatar, Bukayo Saka is giving glory to God.
From Fox News. For any soccer player, the first time representing their country at the World Cup can be a whirlwind of emotions to say the least.
England’s Bukayo Saka is one of many that graced the pitch in Qatar wearing their country’s uniform for the first time. It can be an overwhelming situation for veterans and rookies alike, with immense amounts of pressure from coaches, fans that made the trip east, and especially everyone watching back at home.
But Saka has found his own way to deal with the emotions and nerves of playing in his first World Cup: Putting faith in God.
Saka has said that he reads the Bible every night and that hasn’t changed in Qatar.
“Yeah, I’ve been continuing to do that out here with my Bible every night. For me, it’s really important to, obviously, have the presence of God in me all the time,” he told reporters in Qatar recently. …
— Pete Greig (@PeteGreig) December 6, 2022
Relaxation through religion has worked for Saka, whose impact for England has allowed them to reach the quarterfinals. …
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(Excerpt from Fox News. Photo Credit: Canva)
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