14 today at Midoriyama. 80 out, it was a nice afternoon for some sweat.
Wanting to put together an awesome workout, for two weeks I’ve thought about today’s workout. But for some reason nothing would come to mind. I guess I had “writers block” as they say. The only thing that would come to mind is laying down some exercises and getting through the work out. So I got my chalk out and lay down 32 exercises in the parking lot. With a plan in mind I wasn’t sure if it was going to work.
Time to begin. So we start with some side saddle hops, then mosey over to the parking lot. Five minutes in, I can already tell this wasn’t going to be pretty. Trying to give some instruction of my plan that I had concocted, it didn’t look like anyone was buying in to what I was selling. With that we lined up in the parking spaces and started. We changed the routine several times, next thing you know time was coming toward an end. With the work out feeling like a disaster, we rounded up and headed back to the start for some mary.
Speed for need at the Belmont 5K. Sign up or come help anyway.
Memorial day Murph.
Weezy and his daughter.
Gastone and family.
I’m sorry guys, there are others that I’ve forgotten.
Today’s workout was very disheartening at first, but ended my thoughts toward the father and his son Jesus. My church has gotten a new pastor whom has taught me many things about seeing God‘s will in our lives. As I thought about the work out, all I could do is think about what was God‘s will for me and the rest of the PAX. For me, today showed me that we are all not leaders all the time. That sometimes we are merely a vessel in which Christ uses. Today I was merely used by Jesus to gather the men in one area to fellowship together. I also learned that Christ was teaching me patients. He was teaching me how to put self aside, and put my savior first.
be patient and persevering. Always seeking the will of the Lord.
Today told me that even if things don’t turn out the way you have planned them, it always turns out the way God has planned. God always has a plan for us even when it is not obvious! We must learn to look toward the father for our answers!
I want to close by thanking all the man who came out today to sweat with me. Most importantly I want to thank our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for showing compassion on a sorry sinner like me.