If you haven't, please read them now, because you will realize that Don Cherry has been hurt and treated evil by people I believe were non-Christian/unbelievers.
To me, that is not-unusual.
Because Don Cherry IS Christian.
And, Christians are quite often treated badly in an evil way.
If you want to find out about Don Cherry, read this article by christopherapage.com that is entitled, Stanley Cup Special part 2 - In the Corner -Don Cherry CBC broadcaster: http://christopherapage.com/uncategorized/stanley-cup-special-part-2-in-the-corner-don-cherry-cbc-broadcaster/.
If you can read this article, it would be a blessing. I wuill share some of what was stated (I copied/pasted):
Last time I wrote about an icon of U.S. hockey broadcasting – Doc Emrick, and his faith in God. Today, I will do the same north of the border. I grew up watching Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday nights. Coaches Corner was always an entertaining part of the program. In that brief segment during the first intermission, host Ron MacLean and former NHL coach Don Cherry would give their opinion about something that was going on in the hockey world at the time. Don Cherry tends to be a very divisive figure. He is loud (both in voice and in wardrobe), opinionated, and outspoken. He would occasionally spark controversy with his comments and people tend to either love him or hate him. But enough people loved him that he was named to MacLean Magazine (no relation to Ron that I know of) as one of the 10 greatest Canadians in history. I didn’t mind him most of the time. He is entertaining and passionate about hockey and I can get that.
It also stated (I copied/pasted):
In this video, Cherry speaks of a desperate prayer that he made at the age of 36, worried about what the future would hold. He felt God answer his prayer by telling him to “go back to hockey” and 2 years later, he is coaching in the N.H.L. In the book “Along Came God: Miracles in Everyday Life” by George Slater. Cherry tells his journey from being unemployed to His successful return to hockey. The credit? Cherry says “I remember my first game behind the Boston bench[…] I thought back to my room in Rochester where I couldn’t get a job sweeping floors and how I asked the Lord for help and to show me the way[…] In only three years He pointed the way back and I was on top of the world. In just three years, and they say there is no God!” The Lord rescued me in my darkest hour. If you are having a hard time in life like I was and you believe, He will help you”.
What a blessing Don Cherry has been!
I do believe that in the past, Don Cherry was happy with those people who were happy and felt badly for those who felt bad and/or cried.
Thinking about that, made me think of Roman's 12:15, "Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep.".
Amen! Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep.
Please realize that Don Cherry is going through a horrible time in his life... persecution, while he has been good to people.
So, as God wants us to do, if ever I'm able to see him here on earth, I'll know if I will rejoice with him, or cry with him, regarding the persecution he has been going through.
However, knowing that he is getting older, I may not ever see him here on earth.
But, I know that once both our lives end here on earth, I'll see him, when we are both with our Lord, Jesus Christ... who we gained salvation and everlasting life with, because we both trusted in/believed upon Him.
When that happens, I will rejoice!
For this, I am truly thankful!
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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