It’s really easy to make fun of Tim Tebow, as he went from a great college quarterback to a not great NFL quarterback to a minor league baseball player in the New York Mets system. But when Tebow deserves credit, he gets credit, and my goodness does it sound like he deserves credit for this.
We don’t know too much, but Tebow made his debut in the Arizona Fall League on Tuesday. His highlights included going 0-for-3 at the plate, jumping face-first into the wall while in the field, and saving the life of a fan with prayer. Tebow was chilling with some fans during a post-game autograph session when all of a sudden, one man started having a seizure.
So Tebow did what any good Christian would do: he laid his hands on the man and began to pray. According to reports out of Arizona, this led to the man’s seizure coming to an end.
It’s really, really easy to make fun of Tebow, but to his credit, he has always seemed like a pretty good dude – he famously consoled a family during an in-flight medical emergency earlier this year. And listen, y’all can joke around about this, because anything involving Tebow is ripe for humor, but I’m gonna refrain at the risk of the Lord striking me with a bolt of lightning.