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Its All About the Bands

AO: Sandlot
Q: Bayou
PAX: Two Gloves, Fenway, Ruby, Honey Do, Runt, Bayou, Quick Draw
FNGs: None
SSH IC + 1 Burpee
TTT IC + 2 Burpees
IW’s IC + 3 Burpees
Hillbillies IC + 4 Burpees
Abe Vigotas IC + 5 Burpees
LBAC-F IC + 6 Burpees
LBAC -R IC + 7 Burpees
Air Presses IC + 8 Burpees
Flutters IC + 9 Burpees
Michael Phelps IC + 10 Burpees

THE THANG:  x 5 Rounds

Thang #1 – 5 Rounds
– 10 Jump Squats
– 10 Merkins (V)
– 10 Big Boys (V)
– 10 Mountain Climbers IC
– 3 Burpees (V)

50 Yd Mosey / 50yd Banded Lateral Steps



– Merkin Challenge
– Mount Mitchell  5/20
– Memorial Day Murph 5/29 @ Sandlot
– DEKA – 6/24 – Charlotte; HC’s
– Contribute to Hasbro’s Baby Fund

Prayer Requests:
– Biggie Smalls – Back Surgery
– Swingline’s Mother
– Brother who lost house in a fire


Today’s Verse:

“Instead, be kind to each other, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, just as God through Christ has forgiven you.”
‭‭Ephesians‬ ‭4‬:‭32‬ ‭NLT‬‬

Today’s look:

Paul’s final verse of this section offers three brief commands. First, he explicitly tells his readers to exhibit kindness. The focus is not merely on generic helpfulness. Paul is specifically thinking of compassion for other believers in the congregation.

Second, Paul uses the Greek word eusplanchnoi, which means to be “tenderhearted,” or “compassionate.” It is sometimes taken to mean “strong-hearted,” as well. Paul’s use of it here focuses on the idea of showing sympathy. Believers are not to be known for a harsh attitude, but rather for compassion. The account of the Good Samaritan offers Christ’s picture of living with compassion toward others (Luke 10:25–37).

Third, Paul commands readers to forgive one another. This instruction comes with an explanation, referring to the forgiveness believers have received from Christ (Matthew 18:21–35). Forgiveness is a unique characteristic of the Christian faith. Scripture often includes reminders of God’s forgiveness toward us. For example, Matthew 6:12, part of the “Lord’s Prayer,” asks God to “forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.” Matthew 26:28 reminds us that the blood of Jesus was specifically “poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.”

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