It's tough to choose from everything that Tebow has achieved in his short football career, dating back to his high school football days at Nease High School in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, then on to the University of Florida, to the Denver Broncos and now the New York Jets, but we have compiled a great list of highlights.
Let's hope Tim enjoys his birthday, and here's to 25 tremendous more Tebowments.
Tim Tebow "gator chomps" Oklahoma Sooners defensive back Nic Harris as he led his Florida Gators to the 2009 BCS National Championship title.
The Gator Chomp came directly in the face of Harris after Tebow picked up a first down late in the fourth quarter. Of course, Tebow was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct. But who cares? Tebow and the Gators won the BCS championship!
Tim's Denver Broncos teammates gave him the world's greatest haircut back in 2010—a nice Friar Tuck cut with the chinstrap beard.
While there is no actual footage of the haircut taking place, there are plenty of tremendous pictures.
Tim opens up about the infamous "Tebowing" fascination that took the world by storm last football season, in this ESPN interview with Hannah Storm.
A full glimpse of Tebow pulling off a miracle at the hands of the Chicago Bears in a late December game in Denver.
Listening to Tebow talk to Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs is gold!
Tim gets very emotional after his No. 1 ranked Florida Gators lost the SEC Championship game against No. 2 Alabama, 32-13, on December 5, 2009, in Atlanta, Georgia.
This picture was seen EVERYWHERE for months.
On March 22nd, Tim Tebow was traded to the New York Jets.
Check out his first full interview with the crazy New York media!
Tim speaks with children during the Tebow Evangelism Mission Trip in the Philippines.
Tim delivered a sermon on Easter Sunday at the Celebration Church in Georgetown, Texas, and 15,000 people attended to hear him speak.
Florida quarterback Tim Tebow preaches a sermon with inmates at the Lake City Correctional Facility.
One media member during SEC Media Days asked Tim Tebow if he was "saving himself for marriage"—Tim's answer says it all.
Have to love the way he handles these questions.
Tebow drives the Denver Broncos 95 yards down the field to score the game-winning touchdown vs. the New York Jets' top ranked defense.
This was one of many great Tebow comebacks.
After a tough loss to Ole Miss on September 27, 2008, Tim Tebow offered a heartfelt apology to his teammates and all fans in "Gator Nation" for his poor performance.
Expectations were high for the Florida Gators to go undefeated and Tebow assured all his fans that they would never see a team work harder than his Gators would for the duration of the season.
Tebow's jump pass is often imitated on the playground, but no one has attempted to pull it off in collegiate or professional sports.
Big up's, Tim!
Tim Tebow announcing that he was returning to the University of Florida for the 2009-2010 season! It is safe to say that everyone in attendance was a little bit excited.
The Tim Tebow-led Denver Broncos beat the Houston Texans, 24-23, for Tim's first win as a starter.
This is one of the most epic Tim Tebow moments.
Halftime at the 2008 BCS championship game vs. the Oklahoma Sooners, Tebow gave a speech to remember. You can just FEEL the energy!
On December 8, 2007, Tebow was awarded the Heisman Trophy, finishing ahead of Arkansas' Darren McFadden, Hawaii's Colt Brennan, and Missouri's Chase Daniel.
He was the first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy.
Tebow played a big role in the Gators' victory in the 2007 BCS National Championship game against Ohio State. He threw for one touchdown and rushed for another, finishing with 39 rushing yards.
This was Tim's first ever national championship.
Tim Tebow and the Florida Gators defeated the No.1-ranked Oklahoma Sooners in the 2009 BCS National Championship game, 24-14.
This was Tim's second national championship.
During Tim's junior year at Nease High School, he suffered an injury to his right leg late in the first half of a game. Originally believed to be suffering from a bad cramp, he actually played the entire second half with a broken fibula, at one point rushing for a 29-yard touchdown.
After the game the extent of the injury was discovered and he was held out for the remainder of his junior season.
After months and months of deliberation, from hundreds of schools heavily recruiting him, Tim Tebow finally announced that he would be playing college football at the University of Florida.
Didn't turn out to be such a bad choice, huh?
Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers during the first round of the NFL playoffs. Tebow threw for a career high 316 yards and two touchdowns, including an 80-yard TD to Demaryius Thomas on the first play of overtime, as the Broncos won 29-23.
Tebow completed 10 of his 21 passes in the contest, setting the franchise record for quarterback rating in a playoff game (125.6) and an NFL record for yards per completion (31.6) in a playoff game.
Media sources noted Tebow's passing yards (316) and yards per completion (31.6) evoked the Bible's John 3:16. The Nielsen ratings for the game also peaked at 31.6. John 3:16 was the top search item on Google the next morning, followed by Tebow and Tim Tebow.