Home Living Today Sports He won a Super Bowl but lost his son. Is he mad at God? You just have to listen. Jonathon M. Seidl

He won a Super Bowl but lost his son. Is he mad at God? You just have to listen. Jonathon M. Seidl

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Trent Dilfer is remembered for a lot of things. He won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in 2000 and was an ESPN analyst for almost 10 years up until this last year. His bald head is one of the most recognizable in football. But what many people might not know is that Dilfer’s life was marked by extreme tragedy near the end of his football career. He lost his 5-year-old son, Trevin, suddenly in 2003 to a heart disease.

Five years old. Let that sink in for a second.

That kind of tragedy could lead many to question God, to be angry at him. But Dilfer’s outlook is much different.

“People say, ‘Why would you believe in this Jesus? Come on!’ And I get it,” he told The Increase. “And I simply say, ‘You have no idea. I have experienced a peace during the greatest time of loss any parent could ever have, that is so real. And I truly feel like it washes over me at times.’”

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