Conditions: *brisk n bearable* 45*
As most of the Lexington #Pax were attending Gauntlet, YHQ stepped up to Q those who stayed behind. Bar Crawl still on IR, me coming off kidney stone surgery and welcoming a new member Bublé, we decided to take this time to show him what all Detention has to offer. Here is how it went down:
-Arm Circles x 20 IC Fwd
-Arm Circles x 20 IC Rev
-TTT x 3ct @15 IC still the Pax least favorite
-Squat x 3ct @10 IC Feel the burn
-Mosey out parking lot to first corner of school yard.
-20 merkins IC
-Mosey to far right of school yard to curb
-20 step ups, 20 Merkins incline, 20 decline
-Mosey to corner, 20 LBC, 20 BBS, Barcrawl laps
-Mosey to basketball court
-Lunge across, 20 Merkins
-Mosey to Block Pile, grab block
-20 Man makers IC
-20 Overhead Press
-20 tricep extensions
-Mosey to walk track- Make lap, stopping at each corner and alternate 20 LBC & 20BBS
– Mosey to low stairs by principal
-Sprint up on side of stairs and down other
-Stand on stair- 20 calf raises- inward, outward, regular
-Sprint up both sets of stairs
-Mosey back to shovel flag
Days like today are sometimes good. smaller crowd to allow the Pax to put in work, but not seemed rushed doing it. New Pax members often struggle with holding up the PAX, but this was the perfect opportunity to encourage new pax that F3 is you against you. The push is great, it is rewarding, it makes you better, but you (new pax) getting out of bed, attending has already made you better than you were the day before.
-4/27: F3 5k coming up 4/27 (see Thumbs Up for details)
The symbol of a cross representing the cross of Christ. Just as the rainbow is a sign of God’s promise to not destroy the earth with water, the cross is a sign of God’s eternal promise of salvation. As Jesus, Son of God, died on a cross, the cross would forevermore represent God’s covenant of grace and love. The cross is a symbol reminding us that Jesus died for our sins. For those who believe in Jesus, the cross represents a covenant of everlasting life with God in heaven.
Rainbows and crosses are just two ways that God reminds us of His covenants, or promises, to us. What other ways does God remind you of His promises for your life? Be encouraged and hopeful because the Lord will never let you down, He will keep every promise. Sit down with His word and ask Him to show you His promises for you today. You might be surprised at the reminders that He will give you. And never let a rainbow or a cross go unnoticed…take a moment when you see them and give God praise for keeping His promises.
Our mission is to evangelize the lost and awaken the saved to live empowered lives by the Work of God and His Holy Spirit. This devotion hit close to home as we had to attend another funeral of a child who battled childhood cancer to the end. He was strong, he was courageous, and he loved the Lord. He inspired so many people, and yet he was only 12. He is sorely missed and his legacy will continue on.