Tim Tebow's Inspirational Bible Verses & Tweets to Help Broncos at Super Bowl

A lot of prognosticators out there don't give your Denver Broncos a prayer of defeating the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 on February 7.

But what if that prayer was really, really powerful? And delivered by Tim Tebow?

Tebow, of course, was the Broncos quarterback prior to the arrival of Peyton Manning, and plenty of people locally still wish he was leading the team — no doubt because they remember when The Chosen One seemed to achieve victories by way of divine intervention.

There's a reason TIM TEBOW'S 10 MOST MOTIVATIONAL BIBLE VERSE RECOMMENDATIONS & WHEN TO USE THEM is among our most viewed posts of the past five years.

Fortunately, Tebow doesn't suffer from a shortage of such material. On his Twitter feed, he regularly tweets out Bible verses and inspirational quotes or sayings that the crew from Denver could definitely use about now.

As a bonus, Tebow has now publicly declared that he's rooting for the Broncos on Sunday — which shouldn't come as a surprise.. In a tweet last year, Tebow referred to the dog seen above — originally dubbed Bronco, then renamed Bronx during his brief stint with the New York Jets — as Bronco again.

Praise be. Count down our twenty favorite motivational tweets, capped by a verse that seems perfect for Cam Newton. They're illustrated with Tebow-shared twitpics.

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