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Team Hoyt Story : Very Inspirational Story of Father’s Love to His Son

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I have watched this clip several times and I cannot stop being inspired everytime I view the same again and again. It’s a concrete demonstration of a father’s love to his son. In my deep thoughts, I realize how God’s love is being manifested to mankind. God offers a love more than our earthly father could give. God’s desire is to lavish His unconditional love to anyone. A love that is beyond all measures. A love that is endless. A steadfast love. For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, Jesus, that whoever (that’s you and me) believes in Him (Jesus) should not perish but have everlasting life( John 3:16). God offers a free gift. A gift of eternal life, that is through His Son, Jesus Christ. It is not about the good things we do but it is about His unmerited favor, called grace, so that no one will boast. It’s up for grab and all we have to do is receive God’s gift.
Truly, God is our perfect Father!( Matthew 5:48)

Team Hoyt Story

Team Hoyt is the inspirational story of a father, Dick Hoyt, and his son, Rick Hoyt, who compete together in marathons and triathlons across the various states in the United States of America. They strives to help those who are physically disabled become active members of the community. Team Hoyt’s message: “Yes You Can!” Read more about Team
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