It wasn't dramatic, but the Broncos won.
St. Therese of Lisieux, a Doctor of the Church, promoted as her foundational spirituality the "Little Way." It simply means doing the day to day, ordinary things of your life for the love of God and His people. It means giving your attention and your best efforts to the daily routines of your responsibilities, your family, your job or ministry...your life.
It's not dramatic, not thrilling. No one will notice it....and even if they do, they probably won't care.
It doesn't matter, counters Therese.....you're doing it for God...not for human approval. Ash Wednesday's Gospel (Matthew) warned against doing things so that others would see us. St. Paul tells us that whatever we do, we
should do it in the name of the Lord.
So no matter how boring, tedious, mundane, your own "game of life" might be, give it all you've got...even if you have to "grind through it." You are playing a much bigger game than the superbowl!
By faithfulness....and God's grace, you will certainly win!