Talk (and listen) to a hand!
On Monday, during a diversion between a Dallas Cowboys and a Arizona Cardinals, Jordin Sparks — who was tapped to sing The Star-Spangled Banner — had a special summary for America.
During her performance, viewers saw “Prov 31: 8-9″ created on her palm (above). Upon serve inspection, it refers to a following hymn in a Bible:
“Speak adult for those who can't pronounce for themselves, for a rights of all who are destitute. Speak adult and decider fairly; urge a rights of a bad and needy.”
It appears a American Idol alum is siding with a athletes who are vocalization out opposite military savagery and secular inequalities.
After Sparks’ appearance, Twitter went crazy with reactions. See a best ones (below):
The hymn created on Jordin Sparks palm while singing a inhabitant anthem tonight for a Cowboys Cards game… You 👏🏼 go 👏🏼 lady 👏🏼 pic.twitter.com/L6EkAevOup
— Jenna Medvigy (@JennaMedvigy) September 26, 2017
Jordin Sparks…. haven’t listened that name in years.
— Dee ♎️ (@AciddPrincess) September 26, 2017
I’m not religious, though a hymn Jordin Sparks referenced during a inhabitant anthem was pleasing and powerful. Please mind those words.
— Alexa B (@alexasbrain) September 26, 2017
#ImLookingForwardTo examination all a false Christians try to come for Jordin Sparks usually to comprehend they’re contradicting themselves pic.twitter.com/GRE7sMDTI3
— Savannah L. Barker (@savannah_lb) September 26, 2017
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