• When: 2018-03-17
  • QIC: Columbo
  • The PAX: Inuit, Swamp Thing, Ocho-Cinco, YHC Columbo

A Favorite

With a majority of #theherd PAX training for the P200 Saturdays Jumanji numbers have been small.  Today 4 responded to the call to get better on a cool, clear morning for YHC’s favorite workout.

After disclaimer and opening prayer the PAX moseyed to the walking track for warm up of SSH, hip rotation then bear crawl to the next light pole.  Little baby arm circles, Imp Walkers then lunge walk to the next light pole.  TTT, Hillbilly walkers bear crawl back to the light pole.  LBCs, Mosey to the big baseball field to the left field foul pole.

THE THANG:   5 squats.  Run/jog/sprint to the 1st light pole 5 merkens.  Run/jog/sprint to next light pole 5 LBCs.  Run/jog/sprint to right field foul pole 5 iron crosses.  Run/jog/sprint to the edge of the infield 10 monkey humpers.  Run/jog/sprint to the back stop do 20 calf raises.  Run/jog/sprint to the edge of the infield 10 monkey humpers.  Run/jog/sprint to the left field foul pole and plank for the 6.  Rinse and repeat by 5, except for the monkey humpers and the calf raises stay the same, going up to 25 and then back down to 5.  A total of 125 each of squats, merkens, LBCs, iron crosses.  A total of 90 monkey humpers.  A total of 180 calf raises.  Mosey to the shovel flag for a few rounds of merry (Ray Charles, dying cockroach, reverse crunch, X and O).  And recover.  Good work and effort as always.

COR/Announcements:  Mission convergence 03/31/20108.

PRAYER REQ:  Waylon, Ocho’s family dog.

Closing prayer


YIRAH: Which means FEAR

When my wife and I saw this red sky over our backyard in Georgia, we called our girls to see it too because we were in awe. We were in awe of the colors, the shapes, and the God who created this spectacular scene.

The Hebrew word we translate as “awe” is yirah, which also means “respect, reverence, and worship.” Yirah also means “fear.” I grew up thinking to “fear the Lord” meant to be afraid of Him, but as we watched this stunning sunset, I didn’t feel fear. I felt awe and reverence. I felt yirah.

Having the type of awe and reverence for God that motivates us to do His will is the beginning of wisdom. Do you fear the Lord today?

2 Cor. 13:5 5Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates?

Proverbs 1:7 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.

Devo from the study series “7 More Hebrew Words Every Believer Should Know” The Bible app.