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I am not a Kyle Busch fan; in fact, I really really did not like him at all. However, after he got hurt something in him changed. He matured and realized how lucky he is to get to do his dream job. He also became a real Christian during this time. When he won the Brickyard 400 and talked about God in victory lane, I was so happy! God got glorified through a race being won! I was so excited, and I realized that I might actually have Kyle Busch’s phone number. So I decided that I was going to call it on Tuesday and tell him thank you for thanking God in victory lane...

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Comment by Snusser on September 9, 2015 at 2:41pm

That's right HBK, and I'm just saying what she said and I believe what she said. I don't have a reason to believe that he hasn't changed and I'm going to believe that he did because she told me and I can see it in him.

Comment by NascarCowboy 4 (HBK) on September 9, 2015 at 1:49pm

Regardless of what our personal opinion is of someone, we are told in Matt 7:1-6 not to cast judgement on one another. We have no right to question someone's faith, that is between them and the Lord for He is the only one who knows a man's true heart. He will take care of those who falsely proclaim His name. 

Not trying to start any arguments here, just stating what the Bible says

Comment by Snusser on September 9, 2015 at 10:54am

Tombo, I wouldn't believe it either, but I heard it from his grandma. His grandma seems like a trustworthy person who knew that Kyle wasn't doing right before. I told her my opinion of him before and she agreed with me. He was really a bad person and she told him that, but now she said he's changed and I believe her.

Comment by Tombo on September 8, 2015 at 12:22am

no way,ive talked to a guy that worked for jgr in 2012,that now works for another team,and said a lot was wrong with kyle and his role at jgr was really in jeapordy.gibbs and the sponsors met and agreed to changing kyle image in order to keep him at jgr with his sponsor.gibbs insisted on kyle using God and that it would reverse the image he has shown over the years..

God warned us of people like him.i believe theres a word for it when people go to church and speak of God only for public image.i think it talks about it in the 2nd corinthians .

Comment by Maria on September 7, 2015 at 10:57pm

Tombo is right, he hasn't changed.

He has always been a Christian and talked of God, people just weren't paying attention before. He is a good man. One of the reasons Coach keeps him on board.

Comment by Tombo on September 7, 2015 at 12:17am

he hasnt changed.hes a fake for the cameras.

just trying to get fans to like him,but I don't fall for falseness like hes been handing out.

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