YHC was glad to see another AO open up near him. This place has all kinds of possibilities. YHC thought he had it all planned out before he got here. The plan got changed up after Wee Wee mentioned the pull up bars out back still had not been broken in. The PAX can blame that on him. Great work this morning men. Glad to have had the chance to work with you all.
COP at the Circle:
SSH x 20 IC
6 ct Burpees x 15 IC
TTT x 20 IC
IW x 20 IC
Mosey Behind the school at playground for The Thang:
Round 1, 10 dips then 1 lap around the playground
Round 2, 10 dips, 15 decline merkins, 2 laps around the playground
Round 3, 10 dips, 15 decline merkins, 20 incline merkins, 3 laps around the playground
Round 4, 10 dips, 15 decline merkins, 2 laps around the playground
Round 5, 10 dips, 1 lap around the playground.
Group up in threes. AMRAP pull ups and 200 Big Boy Sit Ups as a group. 1 man starts at pull up bars, while another on sit ups. Other man runs from pull up bars to sit up station. Man from sit up station bearcrawls to relieve pull up man. Rinse and repeat until group has 200 BBSU.
Mosey to brick pile. Each man two bricks.
20 x Curls for the Gurls
20 x Tricep Extensions
20 x Lateral Raises
Elevens on small hill near loading dock. Tricep Extensions, Big Boy Sit ups
Bearcrawl up the hill 10 TE, Crawlbear down the hill 1 BBSU. Rinse and repeat until 1 TE and 10 BBSU’s.
Return Bricks, Mosey to flag
1 minute of MARY
20 x Gas Pumps IC
Cheech 10k this Saturday 11/11 @ Ballpark Rd
The Reaper special edition on this Friday, Marine Edition
Namarama: John Gagan, works at Ft Jackson, rides motorcycles > steel horse > moped > Moped
Drysdale, Family pet of 15 years is being put down. Explaining to kids will be tough.
Moped, Mother-in-law and wife. Wife surgery this Friday.
13 I believe that I shall look[a] upon the goodness of the Lord
in the land of the living!
14 Wait for the Lord;
be strong, and let your heart take courage;
wait for the Lord!
Waiting is one of the most difficult disciplines Christians are called to practice. This is especially true when a heart’s desire is within reach and we feel sure God is about to come through with that blessing. But the Lord always has a good purpose when He asks us to wait, even when we cannot discern His motive for months or even years. Although difficult, waiting is essential to living a successful Christian life of obedience and reaped blessing.
One of the main reasons believers step out of God’s will—and consequently out of fellowship with Him—is overeagerness to act on their own, without first receiving divine guidance. Too often, we make this mistake while trying to do something we believe will bring pleasure to the Lord. But the way to please our Father is by following the Bible’s frequent exhortations to wait.
It is possible, however, for us to confuse waiting with idleness. Pausing for further instructions from God requires a determined stillness—a decision not to act until He provides clear direction. His plan for our life requires no guesswork on our part; He will give instructions when the time is right, so we must be in prayer and in the Word if we are to receive His directives. God works in this way because His plans are interconnected: What we do affects others as well as ourselves, both now and in the future.
Waiting is hard. We don’t want to stand still when our natural inclination says, “Grasp the prize before it slips away!” But wise believers wait until they have heard from God. Only then can we step out with confidence that we are walking in His will.