NFL’s Benjamin Watson Gives God the Glory for His Family and Shares Photos of His 2 Year Old Son

(PHOTO: FACEBOOK/BENJAMIN WATSON) Benjamin Watson with his two sons, Isaiah and Judah.
(PHOTO: FACEBOOK/BENJAMIN WATSON)
Benjamin Watson with his two sons, Isaiah and Judah.

Outspoken Christian National Football League player Benjamin Watson recently posted photos of his infant son on Facebook and remarked about how every time he thinks of his son, he’s reminded of how deserving God is to receive the utmost highest praise from believers.

Watson, who is an 11-season NFL veteran and a tight end for the New Orleans Saints, commemorated his son, Judah’s, second birthday by posting a collage of Judah’s baby pictures on Facebook to share with his fans.

“Baby picture alert!!” Watson wrote. “It’s always fun and nostalgic to look back at baby pictures on our kids’ birthdays. On March 19, 2013, we were blessed with our second baby boy. We named him Judah, which means ‘God be Praised.'”

Along with the photos, Watson shared a faithful sentiment about how his son has brought him to a deeper understanding of God’s worthiness.

“Every time I see or think about him I’m reminded that God deserves our praise in all circumstances,” Watson continued. “Even the tough ones. I can’t believe our baby is turning 2 already. He’s a strong boy, both physically and in spirit, and I can’t wait to see what God has planned for his life. Happy Birthday Son! Daddy loves you!”

Along with Judah, Watson and his wife, Kristen, have three other children whose names were inspired by the Bible and Watson’s Christian faith: Isaiah, Grace and Noami.

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Samuel Smith

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