Nike’s pre-World Cup commercial is a genre all by itself. Combining stars, incredible moves and hilarity, these commercials have come to be the groundhog announcing the coming of soccer’s pre-eminent contest, awaited for soccer-lovers around the world for four long years. This year, Nike takes a very real situation, kids imagining themselves their favorite player, and they become them. One kid mispronounces a player’s name and becomes a mailman named Iniesto. The Hulk, a Brazilian star, moves into goal, which is not his position. So a friend tells him he can’t be Hulk, so he becomes the U.S. goalie, retaining the green color with his uniform.
The road to greatness is when you imagine yourself like a Biblical hero (I don’t think the Christian short will ever be produced). Aspiring is inspiring. And it brings about incredible things for God. That is the basic meaning of: Elijah was a man just like us. — James 5:17. Dreaming is seeming.
I love futbol. Even more, I love God. I think I’ll work more at becoming a Biblical hero rather than a soccer hero.
great share – thanks – and the little foot moves are incredible. ready for some soccer…..
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It is coming.
Great post! Cannot wait for the World Cup. Rooting for the Netherlands to win it all but will be loving every match!!
good luck to Netherlands! It would be good to see them win a World Cup!
I agree with you!
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Football not my thing, give me NFL any day
But I love the post and the meaning behind it
Since I became a Christian I have always thought of myself a bit like Paul.