• When: 2020-02-25
  • QIC: No Help
  • The PAX: Rocking Chair (Respect Respect), Thumbs Up (Respect), Buttermaker (Respect), Shandy, Strut, Ball Boy, Tail Pipe, No Help


That was a drag..

Swole season continues.  Also, we wore bright colors for Faye #F3forFaye

Weather: 54°

The Thang:

Intro, disclaimer, prayer

Mosey to outdoor gym parking lot for COP

SSH x 10 IC
LBAC x 10 IC f/r
Merkins x 10 IC
OH Claps x 10 IC
LBAC x 10 IC r/f
Merkins x 10 IC
TTT x 10 IC

Mosey to Boneyard Brick Pile and grab two Boneyard Bricks, mosey to outdoor gym and pull out tires with rope attachments

Three pax line up on tires and pull/drag tires approx. 20 yards while other pax perform exercises, once done with the pull/drag pax rotate.  Rinse and repeat for approximately 20-25 minutes.  Last 10-15 minutes the tire pull/drag was replaced with one pax completing dragging the tire approximately 1/5 mile (this was awful, it’ll definitely be done again).

Exercises:

  • Front Raise
  • Lateral Raise
  • Shoulder Press
  • Incline Merkins x 10
  • Incline Brick Fly’s x 10
  • Curls x 20
  • OH Triceps Ext x 20

Put the bricks up and mosey back to the flag

COT

Announcements

2/29 – F3 Graveyard 6-year anniversary at 0630
5K run in downtown, cross country style scoring
Cereal fundraiser for LICS

Prayer Requests

Continued prayers for Dear Diary
Continued prayers for RC’s friend
Continued prayers for my cousin Adam

BOM/Devo

Suffering, such a fun topic.  However, it’s something that needs light shed on it.  Suffering happens daily, and we’ve all experienced it in some way or another before…some more than others.

Recently at church, the story of Job came up.  Job was blessed beyond measure, and then in almost a blink of an eye…he lost almost everything.  I’d recommend reading Job 1.  You’d think after all that happened in Job 1, Job 2 would be better…well the suffering continued as Job had boils from head to toe.  No doubt, Job suffered…but his faith remained strong.

A part of Job died, how could it not have with the suffering he went through.  Just like a seed; buried, dark, cold…

What the seed can’t see is that the light is still there, someone or something is still tending to it.  Water gets to it, but it still feels the pressure and the darkness of suffering…but then something happens.  Life breaks through, what was once suffering is now growth into something new that can produce more life.  The seed is now transformed, and that’s what suffering can do to each of us.  We may not always understand it, understand why it happens…but regardless, we need to keep our faith and know that even though we can’t see it at times during our suffering the light from above is always shining on us.

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