Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant Shares Church Experience, Says God’s Commandments Are Not ‘Old Fashioned, But Well Fashioned’

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) makes a 38 yard catch past New York Giants cornerback Corey Webster (23) in the first half during their NFL football game in East Rutherford, New Jersey, September 5, 2012.

Dallas Cowboys pro-bowl wide receiver Dez Bryant took to his social media accounts on Sunday to share his thoughts on what he learned at church that morning.

Bryant, who regularly uses his social media accounts to voice his opinions or share thoughts of encouragement, posted a message to Twitter around noon on Sunday in which he shared a verse from the Old Testament and reflected on the lesson he discovered in worship that morning.

“I learned more about myself today in church,” the former Oklahoma State Cowboy wrote. “Regardless of your upbringing, good or bad, keep the honor of authority in the fore front [sic] of your life because their is blessing when you choose to honor in spite of the circumstances.”

Bryant then cited Deuteronomy 5:16: “Give honor to your father and your mother, as you have been ordered by the Lord your God; so that your life may be long and all may be well for you in the land which the Lord your God is giving you.”

“Instead of us looking at the commandments as old fashioned we should look at them as well fashioned,” Bryant stressed. “I hope everyone is having a blessed Sunday.”

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Samuel Smith