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For Deion Sanders, Fame Wasn't Enough, He Need Jesus (GLM#5)

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He was the baddest and most gifted athlete ever to come out of college when he left Florida State. They called him "Prime Time", and he is one of the few athletes who lived up to his nickname in the pros. He
is known as one of the most versatile athletes in the history of sports. He played two pro sports at multiple positions, oftentimes at the same time. He has played for the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers, winning the Super Bowl with both teams. He has also
played baseball with the New York Yankees and the San Francisco Giants.
 
He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011. When he talks about how he came to Jesus Christ, he describes how that in spite of the fact he had money, women, fame, and status in the world of sports, he still felt empty on the inside and even thought about killing himself. However, after having a conversation with a fellow teammate, he went home, opened his Bible to Romans 10:9, and gave his life to
Jesus Christ. He has never been the same, and the joy of the Lord beams from his face today. His name is Deion Sanders.

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