Major League Baseball Player AARON JUDGE Who is Now the Home-Run Leader of All Time Within a Single Season is a Born-Again Christian Who Gave God the Glory After he Hit the Record-breaking Home-run With a Steph Curry-like Praise After he Finished Running the Bases. This is His Amazing Story. Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, Says, Thank God For His Loving White Parents Who Raised Him up the Right Way For the Glory of God. Thank God For All of the FEW Parents–Black, White, Red, & Yellow–Who Raise up Good Children For the Glory of God. This is a Miraculous Success Story That Grew Out of a Bad and Painful Situation. However, None of us Should be Shocked at God Because God Has Done This in the Lives of Many People Who Came Out of a Bad Situation. Be Humble and Obedient and He Will do the Same For You. Give God All of the Glory!
Major League Baseball got a new home-run king this week. Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees reached 62 home runs for the season against the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night, setting a new American League record.
The 30-year-old’s incredible accomplishment is now helping restore enthusiasm among baseball fans, coming many years after previous players’ home-run records were marred by steroid use.
A devout Christian, Judge’s personal story of faith and adoption is right at the center of his remarkable journey.
“What a night. Such a blessing from God to share that moment with so many special people! Thank you @RogerMarisJr, the Yankees, my teammates, my family and all the Yankee fans for such an incredible day!” Judge tweeted.
Judge credits both his adoptive mother and father with instilling in him the intangibles necessary for a Major League Baseball career. He didn’t succeed in spite of being adopted — he succeeded because he was adopted.
Two days after he was born, Judge was adopted by his parents Patty and Wayne, who were school teachers from Linden, CA.
During an interview with The New York Post in 2015, the very private ballplayer spoke about his adoption story and how he felt about his non-biological parents.
“I feel they kind of picked me,” Judge said. “I feel that God was the one that matched us together.”
Source: CBN, Steve Warren