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Celebrities Who Honor The Lord For Their Victory

Some celebrities really value their relationship with God for every victory because they know without him they would never have made it. These are some of them;

Steph Curry

Throughout his record-breaking career, Curry has reminded fans that without God, what he does would be worthless. The star demanded that his favourite Bible verse, Philippians 4:13, be imprinted on his shoes.

Natalie Portman

You saw her in the movies Black Swan, the Professional and Star Wars, but you probably didn’t think she was religious.

“The older I get, the more I realise how different it is to be a Jew in a Jewish place as opposed to a Jew in a non-Jewish place,” she said in an interview with The Telegraph. “It’s definitely a different feeling in terms of how freely you can be yourself and celebrate your culture and religion.”

Dani Alvez

Considered one of the best tattooed footballers by The Telegraph, his arms are adorned with Catholic images and dedications to his family. A cross and a portrait of Jesus Christ on his left arm stand out.

Whenever the Barcelona wingman scores a goal, he is seen whispering to the sky as if to pay an ode to the higher deity. Other tattoos include that of his mother and other family members.


A born-again Christian, the Brazilian footballer is famous for his “I BELONG TO JESUS” branded T-shirts that he shows off every time he scores.

His public confession of his faith and sheer talent saw him become the world’s first footballer to gather 10 million followers on Twitter back in 2012. Many argue his proclamation to Jesus’ love has endeared him to many Christian sport supporters.

Manny Pacquiao

After his much publicised bout with Floyd Mayweather, he donated some of his proceedings to the church. During an interview on religion while in America, he said: “I’m happy because I found the right way, salvation, born-again. We are required to be born-again, all of us. Christ said unless we are born-again, we cannot enter the kingdom of God.”


The world called her crazy when she started taking religious classes but she was clear on what she wanted to do.

“I was accused of being brainwashed. Of giving away all my money. I was accused of all sorts of crazy things.”

She added: “Now, you would think that studying the mystical interpretation of the Old Testament and trying to understand the secrets of the universe was a harmless thing to do. I wasn’t hurting anybody. Just going to class, taking notes in my spiral notebook, contemplating my future. I was actually trying to become a better person.”


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