Today was YHC’s first Q at Ambush. This is the closest AO to home, but because of work being just across I-20 from Graveyard, rarely visited by YHC. There are some tough customers out here. YHC will be back.
#TCLAPS to Juice and Paper Jam for raising over $10k for Mission Lexington with the DamToDam Relay.
#TCLAPS to the 6 men who ran Stride Lite before boot camp this morning
Conditions: 45 and WINDY
Mosey to block pile, grab blocks
Circle Up near court yard
Merkins x50 (Good Form) OYO
SSH x40 IC
MTC x30 IC
TTT x20 IC
LBAC x10 IC
OHC x10 IC
LBAC Rev. x10 IC
PAX partnered up in groups of 3
.25 mile loop around parking lot. 1’s begin at crosswalk on southern side of the loop, doing curls for the girls. 2’s start by running to 3’s. 3’s will start at the halfway point, on the northern side of the loop, doing tricep extensions with blocks AMRAP.
Relay style: 2 relieves 3, 3 relieves 1, 1 relieves 2, and so on until 500 curls are done. Roughly 100 feet before each team mate finishes their run, cones were placed to indicate a sprint to the finish.
When all teams are done, meet back at start for Mary:
LBC x30 IC
A. Hammer x15 IC
Flutter Kick x15 IC
BBSU x10 OYO
Find a parking line for agility work
Front/Back x50 OYO
Toe taps on curb x50 OYO
Side/Side x50 OYO
1’s – Shoulder Press, 2’s run to 3’s. 3’s block burpees. There was enough time for each partner to do one portion of the loop.
Return blocks to pile. Back to flag.
– February 21st – Northside Men’s Dinner – Buy Tickets DM Juice for more info
– P200 March 22nd – 23rd — Lumberg is looking for a runner for ‘Reheated Leftovers’. DM MacGruber or Iron Mary to get hooked up.
– March 2nd – F3 Lexington 5 year convergence @ River Bluff (Graveyard), 6:30am. Multiple options available (UF, BC, BY).
– March 2nd – Columbia 1/2 and Full Marathon by Run Hard
– March 16th – Lexington Race Against Hunger (New Route)
– Juice’s M lost her dad / Thanks for men of Ambush and F3 Lexington for the card that was signed
– Paper Jam traveling to Greenville to pick up father-in-law after surgery
– Unspoken for Lumberg
19 “I know all the things you do. I have seen your love, your faith, your service, and your patient endurance. And I can see your constant improvement in all these things. 20 “But I have this complaint against you. You are permitting that woman—that Jezebel who calls herself a prophet—to lead my servants astray. She teaches them to commit sexual sin and to eat food offered to idols. 21 I gave her time to repent, but she does not want to turn away from her immorality.
The church in Thyatira was dutiful in their love, faith, service, and patient endurance. Yet Jesus did have a complaint against them. This “Jezebel” — reference to the Old Testament wife of Ahab — was a self-proclaimed prophet, teaching sinful practices as doctrine. What would this have looked like? Probably a lot like today… are Christians today not asked to be tolerant of things they know are sinful? Are we not labeled as bigots or close-minded if we stand firm in Biblical teaching?
Don’t be like the church in Thyatira. Don’t allow worldly influences or false teachings to infiltrate your church. Use the Standard to guide your actions. It is all written in the Word.
Love others. Be kind to all, but don’t participate in things that convict you of sin.
This passage speaks to us right where we are, today. Let us not make the mistake of thinking that because this appears in Revelation, that it’s not relevant to us now.