• When: 2020-01-07
  • QIC: Juice
  • The PAX: Niles, Lumberg, El Chapo, Brita, Squatter, Juice


Endure the Mystery Q

Brita put a call out for someone to Q today as the sheet was empty.  YHC decided to commit. The decline in temps has resulted in a decline in pax at the ‘bush.  This morning 6 of dropped the #drp and and decided to try to get a little better.  3 for SL.

Conditions:  a perfect 41 degrees.  Light wind out of the SSW.

Disclaimer
Prayer

Mosey to the Hexagon for COP, all IC
SSH x 20
Burpees x 5
TTT x 20
Burpees x 5
Windmill x 20

Find a bench
10 dips, Lunge to bench on opposite side
10 dips, 15 incline merkins, Lunge to bench on opposite side
10 dips, 15 incline merkins, 20 step ups, Lunge to bench on opposite side

Circle up for Plankarama, all IC x 10
Shoulder Taps
Flutter Kick
Mtn Climber
Freddie Mercury
Peter Parker
Hello Dolly
Parker Peter
Gas Pumps

Mosey back to parking lot for ELEVENS.  Run to the far end of lot and do SQUATS, return to flag and do MERKINS.

Return to Hexagon for Plankarama, all IC x 10
Gas Pumps
Parker Peter
Hello Dolly
Peter Parker
Freddie Mercury
Mtn Climber
Flutter Kick
Shoulder Taps

Find a bench
10 dips, 15 incline merkins, 20 step ups, Lunge to bench on opposite side
10 dips, 15 incline merkins,  Lunge to bench on opposite side
10 dips

Return to Flag for COT

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Devo: Hebrews 11:23-29

As human beings, we often have a difficult time perceiving what the Lord is doing in our life. We are limited by the passage of time, the confusion of present circumstances, and a lack of understanding regarding God’s goals and His means of accomplishing them. That’s why studying the lives of men and women in Scripture helps us see how the Lord worked in previous generations. God’s relationships with the faithful in earlier times are helpful examples for us today.
When we face uncertainty, we can look to Moses’ example. His life was unpredictable and full of hardship, yet he “endured, as seeing Him who is unseen” (Heb. 11:27). In Greek, the root word for “endurance” refers to the capacity to bear up under difficulty. Moses successfully persevered under pressure by keeping his focus on God rather than on the events surrounding him.
From Moses’ example, we learn that this is what the Lord desires for us as well. Although we may want out of a difficult situation as soon as possible, this may not be God’s aim. It is not His goal to make us as comfortable as can be but, rather, to transform us into the image of His Son. And endurance helps us get there.
If God calls us to endure pain, hardship, or uncertainty, we can find encouragement in knowing we’re never alone. Part of “seeing Him who is unseen” is realizing that God’s grace and comfort carry us through every situation. The Lord doesn’t want us to simply grit our teeth and bear hardship; He desires that we trust Him and bring glory to His name through our dependence.

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