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Brock Purdy: Reverend at his church showered him with praise and spoke of 49ers rookie QB's faith

The story of the year in the NFL is undoubtedly that of rookie quarterback Brock Purdy, who has the San Francisco 49ers one step away from a Super Bowl berth, and as the days go by, and he continues to win playoff games, the 23 year old receives praise from everyone around football, but now it was the reverend of his church who spoke highly of the young sensation.

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Reverend Franklin Graham, executive director of Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, was the last to congratulate Purdy on his victory over the Dallas Cowboys and assured that he is a man with great faith in God and Jesus Christ.

In the days leading up to the Cowboys game, Purdy explained to reporters how he was trying to stay in the moment amid all the attention swirling around him and his team.

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"It was a great reminder of where my identity is and where it lies. And that's in Jesus. And I still lean on him. Again, the next day I didn't go out and throw for 500 yards and he was a great quarterback, but it was this peace I had with him knowing that, 'Hey, no matter what I'm going to have to go through for a college soccer, God and Jesus will be my identity. Whatever I find, I won't be influenced by that. 'I have a great foundation in that,'" Purdy confessed about the game against the Cowboys.

Purdy could become the first rookie to play in the Super Bowl in NFL history as long as he accomplishes the difficult mission of defeating the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 29.

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