Christianity is a life vest to the drowning man. It is the job of the Christian to offer rescue from the waves, it is the job of the unsaved to decide whether or not to put the vest on.
Deep within the innermost being of every man there exists the innate recognition of truth. Countless supernatural, scientific and historical proofs testify to the inerrant truthfulness of Christianity. Confronted with ultimate truth, the sin-steeped soul has but two options: vainly attempt to deny, defame, disprove, and suppress the truth; or be transformed by it.
Whether a man trusts Christ with his whole life or rejects Him completely, what a person believes about Jesus Christ defines every life.
No man can choose for another. Faith cannot be assigned, instituted or enforced. It can only be shared.
Today is the day.
This is the hour.
This is your moment to determine what you will do with the truth.
Sin is found not in temptation, but action. While all are tempted, the wise consider their impulses and base their conduct not upon transitory emotions or feelings, but upon the solid foundations of truth and logic.
Roman Reigns wrestles in a tactical vest.
One would think that the oft referenced WWE rulebook (which contains such gems as the thirty day mandatory title defense rule – only to be enforced when a fan favorite character is in possession of a championship) would have some guidelines concerning appropriate ring attire.
Even the most eccentric characters, like Sting and The Undertaker, generally stick to some variation of spandex tights and traditional wrestling boots decorated to accentuate their personas. The fact that such awesome sauce weirdos would wear spandex in the ring instead of something (arguably) more fitting with their personas would suggest there are indeed guidelines concerning ring attire.
Therefore, we’re left with two options concerning good old Roman Reigns and his ring gear:
- Body armor is illegal, and he simply doesn’t give two pouty smirks what the rules say because he’s a big ‘ol cheaty pants.
- The other option, of course, is that body armor is perfectly legal in a WWE ring, Roman Reigns is a genius for wearing it, and everyone that chooses to go into battle wearing itty-bitty bikini briefs is an utter and complete idiot.