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‘The Kingdom Belongs to You, Lord’: NFL Coach Begins Presser By Reading The Bible

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The Baltimore Ravens secured a significant victory, and coach John Harbaugh, instead of immediately praising his quarterback, expressed gratitude to his Creator citing a verse from the Bible.

This act follows a recent incident where a player’s religious remarks were edited out by NBC.

Additionally, Jim Harbaugh, John’s brother and Michigan head coach, also spoke out in defense of faith.

“Greatness, power, glory, victory, and honor belong to you because everything in heaven and on earth belongs to you. The kingdom belongs to you, Lord,” Harbaugh read.

The Ravens now await the outcome of the Bills-Chiefs game to determine their opponent for the AFC Championship next weekend.

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